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temperature not output correctly, always 210

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Not matter what I put in the values on the right of the screen, in my profile, or material, my material_print_temperature is always 210.  The bed is output correctly.  I've enclosed a screen cap of my settings.

 

This is my initial gcode ...

 

;Sliced at: {day} {date} {time}

G21        ; metric values
G90        ; absolute positioning
M82        ; set extruder to absolute mode

M107                               ; start with the fan off
M104 S{material_print_temperature} ;Start heating extruder
M140 S{material_bed_temperature}   ;Start heating bed

G28                           ; Home all axes.
G29                           ; Auto-level the bed.
G0 X253 Y0 F9000              ; Move to the right of the bed.

M104 S{material_print_temperature} ;Start heating extruder
M140 S{material_bed_temperature}   ;Start heating bed
M109 S{material_print_temperature} ;Wait for extruder to reach temp before proceeding
M190 S{material_bed_temperature} ;Wait for bed to reach temp before proceeding

G92 E0                      ; Zero the extruder.
G1 X253 Y151 E40 F700       ; Extrude a fat line of filament to prime and clean the nozzle.
G92 E0                      ; Zero the extruder.
G1 E-2 F500                 ; Retract extruder
G1 X126 F9000               ; Sweep to cut any strings.

This is the output ...

 

;FLAVOR:Marlin
;TIME:12440
;Filament used: 13.5601m
;Layer height: 0.2
;Generated with Cura_SteamEngine 3.1.0
M82 ; absolute extrusion mode
;Sliced at: Sun 28-01-2018 22:43:45

G21        ; metric values
G90        ; absolute positioning
M82        ; set extruder to absolute mode

M107                               ; start with the fan off
M104 S210 ;Start heating extruder
M140 S50.0   ;Start heating bed

G28                           ; Home all axes.
G29                           ; Auto-level the bed.
G0 X253 Y0 F9000              ; Move to the right of the bed.

M104 S210 ;Start heating extruder
M140 S50.0   ;Start heating bed
M109 S210 ;Wait for extruder to reach temp before proceeding
M190 S50.0 ;Wait for bed to reach temp before proceeding

G92 E0                      ; Zero the extruder.
G1 X253 Y151 E40 F700       ; Extrude a fat line of filament to prime and clean the nozzle.
G92 E0                      ; Zero the extruder.
G1 E-2 F500                 ; Retract extruder
G1 X126 F9000               ; Sweep to cut any strings.

 

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I have this same exact issue in Cura 3.1.0. No matter what values I put into all the extruder temp fields and yes I changed all of them, it still outputs 210 into Gcode, see below ( and yes bed was set at zero on purpose) It changes to the correct temp much later in the gcode. I do not understand what is going on

 

M104 S210 ; set extruder temp
M140 S0.0 ; set bed temp
M190 S0.0 ; wait for bed temp
M109 S210 ; wait for extruder temp

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