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So, I had a similar issue on my printer (take note however that I was using windows 8 and a Lenovo laptop)
For me, I had to change a setting in the slicer for "filament". I had to choose "PLA_0" after it was previously set to "PLA_70"
You may want to try using the Cura software. It usually yields much greater quality prints and is much much easier to use.

Just so you know, in around a few months your mainboard is gonna give up. When that happens, you'll want to upgrade the mainboard to an Arduino Mega 2560 and a Ramps 1.4 motor shield.

If you have the money, time, and will to do it now, then do it. If not, just ride out the mainboard until it gives up