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Have you tried printing some other parts with these same settings (and same filament)?
If not, give that a shot to make sure your printer/settings are still correct.
It's pretty hard to tell what's going on from those images.
Based on the lines/strings going around the inside of the circle, it almost looks like it's printing an overhang that is too steep. I'm not sure why it would be doing that unless you were printing it upside down. I can't tell for sure, but it doesn't look like they're upside down.
Due to the thickness of the strings, I don't think it's normal "stringing", it's more like the filament isn't depositing/sticking between layers very well. If I had to guess, I'd say that either the temperature is too low (maybe?) or your live-z adjustment is too high. Have you tried running a live-z test to calibrate the nozzle height?
I would also recommend bumping it down and only print 1 part at a time until you have your settings dialed in.
For what it's worth, I have a Prusa i3 mk3, and those printed with no issue for me.