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problem setup tronxy p802m prusa i3 with cura

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Hello to all guys, I'm here because I need help with cura software 2.4

The printer I have is a tronxy Prusa i3 p802m I've always used with repetier host and I never had any problems.

Lately I downloaded cura because I was reading that is higher and easier to use.

Start by saying that I had to force the update of the printer software for it to be recognized by cura and so I modified the 0.92 version I found on another site.

I set the printer profile as explained in the various guides by setting the size of the bed and of the extruder. In the section of gcode I left reprap (marlin) etc. Everything ok except when I go to start printing where I immediately noticed that the extruder makes a move without sense and sometimes print, then go over and back again to print etc etc. I think it is a problem of gcode but i tried all settings (reprap, repetier, makerbot etc.) but nothing change. Maybe someone can help me?

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