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Try a fresh spool or try to dry it out. I use Inland PLA a lot because I live near a Micro Center. I live in Denver, CO so moisture isn't a big concern to me.
If you don't think that is the problem, try this...
If the print seems uniformly thin, I would try to increase the flow rate. On Vert's Marlin 2.0.x builds, I find the setting at Configuration : Advanced Setting : Steps/mm : Esteps/mm :. My printer shows 98.0. If I wanted to increase the flow rate 5% I would use 103.0, for a 10% increase 108.0. I've pushed my Ender 3 to 115% flow rate on one of my filaments to get better prints.
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