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Unrequested Temp setting in Cura 2.6 gcode output

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I have a new 3d delta printer from others, and am using your newest Cura 2.6 release.

In slicing a 3dbenchy model and generating the Gcode, it is adding a M104 S200 command in the type:skin section of the first layer.

It starts correctly, then jumps the temperature up to 200. I have looked at the Cura settings and can find nowhere do i have 200 set anywhere. Ive checked machine settings, filament, and profiles.

Doing a search of the profile for temp lists all the lines that mention temp (love this feature by the way) but none of them have 200 degrees.

The issue is reproducible.

Hopefully these pic uploads work.

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