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I do not have experience with replicator software or using a memory card to transfer the files. I use slic3r, kisslicer and Simplify3d slicing software and I have my printer connected to my PC (hope to get set up with octoprint soon). It sounds like you have started trying different things. Have you been able to get other files to work since? You might try a gcode viewer to verify that your gcode came out right. The web site http://gcode.ws/ is decent viewer.
Since you mention using replicator, I wonder if gcode is what your printer uses? I thought that the Makerbot Replicator printers used s3g or x3g format.
You could try a different software to create your gcode. slic3r works well and is free.
I hope this info helps. Maybe someone else will chime in with a suggestion as well.
Good luck and post a make when you finish!