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Posted (edited) · Small layer shift in Y direction partway through print

Hello all,

I recently tried to print some taller items using my Ultimaker Original Plus and I have consistently been seeing a very small (but very annoying!) layer shift roughly 2cm into my print. I have tried tightening down all of my pulleys and squared the entire machine numerous times but this issue persists. I have attached some images below and was wondering if anybody could help me diagnose this issue.

Thanks!

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