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Pause at end of print then execute end gcode script

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Hi, I need a little help. After I print an object before cura executes the end of print end g-code routine (print_finish.g) it seems to sit with with the hotend touching the print and retracting for a while prior to executing the end routine. Looking at the code it seems this command 'G1 F1800 E4628.23158' is run before the end script.

;TIME_ELAPSED:16875.248078
G1 F1800 E4628.23158 <------ !!!!!!!THIS LINE!!!!!!
M140 S0
M107
M98 P/sys/print_finish.g
M82 ;absolute extrusion mode
M104 S0
;End of Gcode

 

Where did the G1 command come from and how do I get rid of it? Its generated in all the prints looking at the gcode.

I've tried printing with a different slicer and the end routine I have works fine as this line is not generated.

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