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Problem during printing (Ultimaker Original)

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Hello,

With my Ultimaker Original, I can't print objects correctly.

At the beginning of the printing, everything works correctly, the object begins to be visualized. But

It's only after nearly a minute that the impression shifts and no longer follows the right trajectory.

I've fixed the feeder, I don't see where the problem comes from.

Here is attached a picture of an impression.

Hoping for an answer

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do you know why the fan doesn't work? Did it work before as it should be?

In my situation in both cases (2 different printers) there was a loose fan wire underneath and after readjusting everything worked again. Why or what would you change about the motors?

I guess that the motors are loosing steps if they get too hot...

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