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ironing is creating gaps between infill and perimeters

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so this is my 2nd time using ironing.  the first worked well on white pla, with default settings, leaving a very smooth finish.  doing it again with black pla and it's creating gaps between the infill and perimeters.  i've tried increasing the flow to 20% and 30% and speeds at 20mm/s.  anything else i should try?

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