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error while launching robot model

I had the same issue and rosservice call /gazebo/delete_model "{model_name: 'my_robot'}" did the trick.
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ROS 2 launch: Python vs XML

I don't agree with this part of the existing answer: if you're going to learn 1 thing, learn the one that does everything you need. And would recommend exactly the opposite. For simple tasks, the ...
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"No module named roslaunch" for ROS 2

I have found the solution. The problem was that I didn't installed ros2 properly. I figured out the solution by uninstall ros2 from the system when my launch file was working and reinstalling ros2 ...
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"No module named roslaunch" for ROS 2

Well unfortunately I can't comment (as the stupid rule is to have more than 50 rep) so here I am commenting in answer. Can you share the result of the ...
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How to spawn robot in Gazebo from robot_description topic?

The way you pass the topic in your launch file is through the ROS 2 param approach. But the create node expects to simply get it through a classical command-line ...
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Why "generate_launch_description" is called two times when I start a launch file from another launch file

I find one Issue that the ros developer explained it a little bit. It seems like it exits and they consider it as not a bug. https://github.com/ros2/ros2/issues/1283 So finally my solution looks like ...
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