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    First layers in one section of each print not laying down properly

    A consistent section of my prints, the back left 10% or so, wont stick properly to the heated bed. This is always in the same relative location and proportional to the size of the print. So the area not working on a small print, works fine in a larger print wherever that physical area is no longer in that "back left 10%" region, which is always the left, back-most part of the print area. (see boxed areas in the photo for the issue area)

    Please help! This started suddenly and I have no idea what is causing it.

    I am using Cura 4.0 and a Monoprice Mini Delta printer
    I have printed the same designs before without this issue and tried reslicing it and even resetting the Cura settings but there's no change at all.
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    #2
    I had a similar problem with Anet A6 and got it solved after changing throat and nozzle. Into the throat the teflon was damaged and I changed the nozzle too.

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      #3
      I dont think the nozzel or throat need replacement, printing in general is going very well. I think it's an issue with leveling

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        #4
        If you have a steel rule, check to see if you have a warped build plate. Also double check tension on your wires/connectors when the table moves out, it could be a loose connection that is bumped/shifted when the plate moves. Thats all I can think of, sorry.

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          #5
          It did the same to me, finally I started using glue in the tube and I always lubricated it before printing and the layer got better fit

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