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Moved and now have problems

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Hi all, I had my printer setup and dialed in perfect, gave me no problems. Then I moved, after setting the printer back up I've had nothing but issues. I've checked the visual troubleshooting guide but didn't see anything like what I have.

The problems are very random, if i try to use a brim the first line that prints is fine then it starts getting globby and there's no solid lines. If I try a raft first layer pritns fine then it all goes to hell. I've tried the extrusion test and it printed fine for some reason. I've included a picture of a raft, don't have one of a brim yet. I've tried different materials, temps, speeds, I have no clue what is going on and I'm at my frustration limit.

 

 

 

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