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Puzzling Gap in the 3D print.

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Hi,

My UMO+ was just assembled and I'm trying to fine tune it. Recently, I noticed I couldn't print more than certain height and the height of failure varies. I'm not sure if this is a slicer problem or hardware problem. With full faith in the slicer, I tightened the feeder and that doesnt seems to fix the problem. Your help is greatly appreciated.

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