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3d Printer won't print

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Hello, I own a MonoPrice 3d printer, Loved it! I printed lots! First the cat gcode that was on the sd card, then some other mini things. Worked awesome! Now this morning I come to print something and the progress bar goes really fast! I hate it, doesn't move and temp goes down fast. The only thing that will print is the cat one that came with the premade sd card.

 

Iam confused. I Used the latest software and will try an older one.

Please help!

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Why are you asking for help on a Monoprice printer in an Ultimaker Cura forum?

Several forums for your printer exist - google "monoprice printer forum" to find people who are more likely to have an answer.

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