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Cura 2.3 print is not sticking to bed

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Old Cura used to work fine, now print does not stick to bed.

Looks like its not extruding enough filament e.g. making a squished line on the print bed.

Bed is calibrated, Slic3r works fine. I have set the same settings as in Slic3r.

I am printing 3D benchy, brim works fine, but when the bottom logo starts it just drags it off the bed.

What is going on?

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Old Cura used to work fine, now print does not stick to bed.

Old Cura as in 15.x? And "Used to Work fine" as in 15.x doesn't work anymore or new Cura (2.x) doesn't work?

Somethings gotta be different: Flow, Bed Temperature, Hot-End Temperature, Initial Layer Height, Print Speed, Jerk, Acceleration, etc.

What Printer are you using? Filament Type: PLA, ABS, etc? Can you post screenshots of your profile settings?

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