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Plastic does not go to print

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primero perdon por mi ingles de google traductor.

I ride my Ultimaker, everything moves along with the control panel operated by hand is extruder and goes well the PLA at 210 °, but when I send print I get little or no plastic, while the print engine of the extruder is not moves, what am I doing wrong?

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On the parameters of dimension says:

Activate dimension, activate

Absolute extrusion distance, activate

Relative extrusion distance, off

Extruder retraction spedd (mm/s) 0,0

Filament diameter (mm) 2,8

Filament packing densiti (ratio) 0,85

Retraction distance (milimeters) 0,0

Restart extra distance ( milimeters) 0,0

What can i do?

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