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  1. Minecraft: Java Edition
  2. MC-61475

Using /setblock to set block entities with items in their inventory does not update comparators adjacent to the block entity

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      Noticed that running Command 1 (below) does not update comparators next to the furnace so that they output a redstone signal. Running Command 2 (below) on a spot currently occupied by a furnace with items in it's inventory does however update a comparator and causes its output to change to no signal.

      Further Clarification: Using /setblock to replace one block entity with another (given that the initial block entity had items in it and caused a comparator to output a signal) will update the comparator adjacent to the block entity, but replacing a block entity that has no inventory items (or a normal block) with a filled one will not update the comparator.

      Command 1:

      /setblock ~2 ~ ~ furnace 0 replace {Items:[{id:stone,Count:1,Slot:0}]}
      

      Command 2:

      /setblock ~2 ~ ~ furnace 0 replace
      

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