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Tevo Tornado help... oozing

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Hi,

I'm using a Tevo Tornado. Just got it recently. I aligned the bed and made adjustments accordingly. I'm new to Cura. Attached are failed photos of my recent prints. My nozzle is at 190° c and hotbed at 60°c. Attached is a screen shot of my settings. I use pretty strong hairspray for adhesive. It sticks well. 

 

I'm at a loss and could really use some tips how to improve the oozing and details of my prints. Thx 

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