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Really bad print quality, any ideas?

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hey guys ive been trying for ages now to get some good prints, but i just cant seem to get any better results, ive just replaced the belts and made them tighter but still getting bad prints, ive tried changing about every setting. its so frustrating, heres some photos

Thanks,Tom

P.S i haven't got an ultimaker its an anet a8, hope you guys can still help

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