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Most people complain about the filament not sticking on build plate but mine is vice versa. At first it used to be very good. When I removed the magnetic bed the project would come off easily but for a few days it is like I glue it to the bed with epoxy. It is impossible to remove and when I remove the black projects from the bed I see white color at the bottom of the object printed. Maybe because of too much force but I don't know why this happens.

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  • $\begingroup$ Increase the distance between the nozzle and the bed, for hints see this answer. $\endgroup$ – 0scar May 20 at 13:39
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Had this problem on my second print. The nozzle was too close to the bed. The only way I got it all off was to heat the bed. Then the PLA became a bit softer and came off pretty fast.

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This usually happens when your nozzle is too close to bed during the first layer.
Quick fix is redo bed levelling.
Clean your build surface.
Watch you first layer enter image description here

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  • $\begingroup$ You know the very first layer it does around the object. The thin layer. It seems very hard to remove. How can I remove that? It seems like pressed instead of printed $\endgroup$ – asduskun May 20 at 18:07
  • $\begingroup$ The very first layer it does around the object is called a skirt. If your build surface if removable then remove it. Use something like a putty knife with a thin and sharp edge to remove the residue particle. Watch this $\endgroup$ – Mayoogh Girish May 21 at 6:54

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