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Another Settings(s?) Problem with My 3.2.1

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 Have a decent set of STL files on hand  Trying to print them from a Cura Slice and the print messes .

Extruder action is  smooth then in mid circle it Jerks and returns to the begining of the segment  , missing bits and  seemingly of a mind of it's own Can't seem to convince it to laydown a simple continous bead.

Which to MY mind it should do automatically on a Simple half circle??.  What's up with the  jerk then stop in the middle action?

Printer has been doing 'jes fine'  on previous other prints (today) so a Hardware fault is seeming  as improbable cause.

Do I have a setting (s) bungled    OR??

Can someone lookit this .stl and Cura Gcode.. (Gcode is V small) to see if there is anything obvious

Cylinder half 1.stl

AA6_Cylinder half 1.gcode

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