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Artifacts in print

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I have printed a few things with the UM2+ using the provided filament and Cura with default settings for UM2+. Every one of my prints has weird artifacts in the print.  You can see these in the image below.  Not the part thats curling up from the bed, but the actual marks in the sides.

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I am not sure if this is related but my first print was a test print that was on the SD card.  It printed a large circular wall around a small flat square.  The wall printed perfectly, but the top of the flat square was fuzzy and un-level.

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