I am having the same problem, and have been having this problem ever since I started working with Shopify.
I have a Dev store, and I am developing in the browser, not locally on my machine. I noticed that there are times when I make changes to liquid files that they do not register AT ALL in the overall design of the pages of the site that I am working on. For example, I change the padding for a div from 25vh to 0, and nothing happens after I save, refresh, hard refresh, purge cache and refresh, try a different browser, NOTHING!
I even went as far as to Comment out all the code in the liquid file! No changes on the front end.
What i need to resort to is creating a duplicate file with a different name, and even then it doesn't work.
I'm surprised there is no documentation or controls on the CDN side of things.
I have this same issue with a .js.liquid file in a client's Assets folder. The file is created as part of an app installation.
I've tried renaming the file and naming it back. The only way I can get it to purge the cdn cache for it seems to be to delete the file and re-upload it which is part of the app uninstall / reinstall process.
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