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Ultimaker Original+ Extrusion Problems - Push Plastics

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Hey guys,

So recently I have started having extrusion issues with Push Plastics filament on my ultimaker original +. Here is a picture of what has been happening: https://goo.gl/photos/zbVacZdinst3HN2g9 I'm not sure if the issue is print settings or what, but I am printing fine right now with my one spool of ultimaker filament, but I have a stack of Push Plastics PLA that I want to use! I can post print settings as needed (I don't want to just copy and paste them all here) but I print at 210 on the nozzle and 60 on the bed and have gotten multiple successful prints before this started happening!

Ideas or suggestions?

If you have any questions feel free to ask, I need your help to figure this out

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