I found the issue to my problem. The mount that I was sent positioned the CR touch too low on the Z axis. This was causing my print head to press against the print bed because the probe did not have enough time to fully actuate. What I did was, I took a couple of those blue clamps that snap into the pneumatic line fittings, and positioned them between the mounting screws of the CR touch and the bracket. This created just enough space for my CR touch to sense correctly without my print head getting pressed into the print bed. Thanks for all the help, and I hope this helps someone in the future who is experiencing the same issue.
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RE: CR Touch Issue