Generally, if unless the order had what is called "Floyd" language in it, which it probably didn't unless you had an attorney who discussed that with you, a warrant cannot be issued with a compliance hearing. Most likely based on what you posted, the next step is to schedule a compliance hearing and once the judge hears the purge was not paid the judge will issue an order for incarceration.
If you used a lawyer, the order may have appropriate language which is essentially self-executing, so simply call your lawyer. (The proper language and when it can be used is discussed in FLOYD v. FLOYD 247 Ga. 551 277 SE2d 658 (1981).
If you did this pro se, you probably failed to use proper language and will need to request a hearing to determine compliance, delaying the process.
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