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Cura 3.6 Not Saving G Code Correctly

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I am having trouble getting my Ender 3 to print what I have saved from Cura 3.6. I have tried Cura 4.0 and had the same issues.

 

The preloaded test file on my SD card that came with the Ender 3 has no problems printing. I have tried slicing and saving gcode to the SD card from Thingiverse, personal .stls and help files but none will read on the Ender 3.

 

In the file screen on the Ender 3 it will show an odd symbol at the end of the filename.

If I pick one of those files, it will read it and "act" like it is printing but the bed and nozzle don't even heat up and nothing moves.

 

Then after awhile it thinks it is "done."

 

Please help.

 

Thank you,

Cam

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