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Forgive the noob question please....


Trying to print an object with an Anycuibic i3 using Amazon branded ABS.  The print temp is recommended to be 255c and the bed temp 100c.  I manually set the temps accordingly, but when I go to print, it drops the temperatures to 200c and 60c respectively.  As a result, I get no extrusion.  


I am using an ABS Material profile that closely matches these parameters.   I also made a custom material profile.  But the result is the same.  


I am now looking and the printer profile for anycubic and notice the global settings are set to 200c / 60c.  So I think this is overriding my material settings.  I can not seem to be able to edit or override the global printer settings.


What am I doing wrong?


Thanks in advance.

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