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After upgrading to 3.3.1 I have issues

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I am using a Select Plus Printer... After upgrading to the Mac version of Cura 3.3.1 today I have a issue after every job my printer makes a banging sound, the filament breaks off  and then I need to restart it to access the menus?
 
Can it be something in my End Gcode?
 
End Gcode:
M117 Cooling down . . .
M300 ;beep
M104 S0 ;extruder heater off
M140 S0 ;heated bed heater off (if you have it)
G91 ;relative positioning
G1 E-1 F300 ;retract the filament a bit before lifting the nozzle, to release some of the pressure
G1 Z+0.5 E-5 X-20 Y-20 F9000 ;move Z up a bit and retract filament even more
M106 S255 ;fan at 100% to cool nozzle
G28 X0 Y0 ;move X/Y to min endstops, so the head is out of the way
G90 ;absolute positioning
G1 X100 Y190 ;move bed forward
M84 ;steppers off
M117 Cooling down . . .
G4 P120000 ;wait 2 minutes (120 seconds)
M106 S0 ;fan off
M117 Finished!!!
M300 ;beep

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