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Posted · cura always printing at 0c

So i got my ender 3 printer today and when i fiered up cura for the first time set the temperature to 200c (for pla). put the sd car in my printer and on the screen i see that my print temperature is set to 0c. So every time i have to print somthing i have to manualy set the temperature for it. Any one could help me fix this? 

BTW i am using cura 3.4.1

 

thank you

 

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Posted · cura always printing at 0c

try other versions ?

 

...or just live with it.

 

I have an ultimaker 2 and have manually adjusted the temps on it for every print for the last 4-5 years. No real problem. As long as its printing good, that all that matters.

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