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Cura 3.1 Extruder X Position

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 I an a long time user of Cura and updated several times over the past years.  I just updated to 3.1 and cannot use my printer AT ALL.

 

I download a print file and receive an error message "Unable to Slice with the current settings.  The following settings have errors, Extruder Prime X Position, Prime Tower X Position.

I installed 3.1 and changed the settings from duel extruders to 1.  I have gone into the settings and un-checked everything that was associated to Towers and it had no effect.

 

The program will not allow slicing, I am dead in the water.  

 

Can someone tell me what settings need to be changed to correct this.

 

I also tried to down load an older version and 3.1 keeps coming back

 

HELP !

 

Jim

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