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I im  very frustrated. I have a cr10s when ever i save the g code on the sd card start print it heats up starts the first  layer , then the print   head stops about the second layer. ive benn using curas 3.4.1  and the ones after it [the newer ones] i even tried slic3r but same thing.So i tried one of the old g codes i had saved on my sd card that  ive printed before  and i printed it again worked perfecty.Can anyone please help me im so frustrated.

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There's not a lot of CR10 people here.  Is there a CR10 list you can use?  Does CR10 have a forum?  If not maybe you could suggest it?  I'm changing your topic so other owners of CR10 are more likely to notice this topic.  Or... buy an Ultimaker?

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