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Posted · What's wrong with my Bluer or start code?

Hello. I'm writing the startup code for the printer as shown below, but it executes the command in the line I mentioned in parentheses and just stops. If I enter another command on the x-axis instead of this line, everything continues smoothly. What could be the problem with the z-axis?

G1 Z20 F5000;
G1 X226 F5000;
G1 Z2 F5000;
G1 Z20 F5000;
G1 Z20 F5000;
G1 X226 F5000;
G1 Z2 F5000; (it moves down to 2 mm on the z-axis and stops)
G1 X150 F5000; (it doesn't execute this command. if I write a command on the x or y axis instead of z here, it continues without any issues)
..... from here it continues with the extruder reset.
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