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    I tried another new filament (a white PLA), and...

    I tried another new filament (a white PLA), and it worked perfectly. I'm going to guess the grey CR-PLA was a dud, unfortunately.Thank you for the help!
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    Thanks again for the help. I tried printing again...

    Thanks again for the help. I tried printing again via Cura with the new settings you recommended. I then tried to print the same thing via Prusaslicer (with the temperatures set to 210 C for the...
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    I'm pretty sure I did - heated it up to 240 C,...

    I'm pretty sure I did - heated it up to 240 C, removed the ABS filament, then pushed the PLA filament through the extruder so that it (should've) caught all the remaining ABS.
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    Ah, sorry. I'm not used to asking for help on...

    Ah, sorry. I'm not used to asking for help on these issues :)So - The printer is a new one, basically two weeks old. Creality Ender 3 Pro. It managed to print some intricate creations in ABS, but...
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    I don't think it's moisture. I've been using a...

    I don't think it's moisture. I've been using a brand new CR-PLA filament, which I opened from its wrap just a week or so ago (and immediately faced said issues).
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    PLA doesn't print well on Ender 3 Pro, using Cura

    Hi everyone,

    I have a new Ender 3 Pro printer, and am using Cura as my slicer of choice (set to PLA / ABS according to the material I'm printing with).

    ABS prints come out very well, but the...
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