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why am i getting Stringing despite having made no changes?

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As i said i haven't made any changes to anything, it's the same machine, the same filaments and the same settings. but all of a sudden i have quite pronounces string issue.

i assume there is a direct or indirect problem with retraction. but i cant find anything! it looks to to be working normally.

i have not disabled retaction and can see the feeder / filoment doing the motions.

ive played around with temperature and retraction settings which seems to have little affect.

I've taken apart and reassembled the feeder despite it seeming to be fine anyway.

and I ive removed and reinserted the bowden tube, in case there was movement.

any thoughts?

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