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New version of Cura stops printing mid-job

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I'm having issues with the latest version of Cura 3.4.1 on my CR-10 Mini.   Since updating to this version my printer seems to stop half way through many print jobs but not all of them.  It's very inconsistent now.   I connect my printer directly to my computer via USB and this was never a problem before.  Same printer, same usb cable, same computer.

 

Any suggestions?  Thanks

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18 hours ago, ddutch13 said:

I just updated to this version and my printer has stopped mid print on 3 different prints and goes to home position filement is not jammed using sd card ect 

 

Are you saying you are having this trouble running your print from the SD Card?

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i just downgraded to cura 3.3.1 and am in the middle of a 5 hour print, so far so good ?

 

Update: I printed a 12 hour job overnight and it printed completely without any issues.  Stick with cura 3.3.1 if you're having problems.

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