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2+ Extended serious layer shifting

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Posted · 2+ Extended serious layer shifting

Ok so, Ive been using an Ultimaker 2+ Extended recently and after a big print Ive found a serious issue that has make the entire print useless. 

It seems that, around 81mm or so, the entire print layer has shifted, massively, as can be seen below. 

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What are the probably causes of this issue? Is it just the servo belts that potentially need tightening? Or is there possibly another issue that I need to resolve? 
I also got an ER05 code, which has the Z-axis being broken, but I think that was due to me running out of filament, the other prints that I have done seem to be fine, but none of them approach the 80 mark

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In addition to this issue, another piece that I printed is ugly and spotted with extra filment. Is there a particular cause for this? Or is it just because of neighboring prints? 

 

For context, im using 0.8mm extrusion of 3mm PLA, 20% infill

 

Thanks in advance! 

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