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  1. #1
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    fabric was sucked into the needle plate hole

    HELP HELP HELP Trimmer hasn't been working but half the time and today I get almost all the way through a design and it pulls the fabric through two layers of thick cutaway and down into the hole in the needle plate. Anyone know what could cause this? I'll try to upload pix but you can see a lot of red thread coming down into the hole as well. THANKS for any help as I have 5 shirts that MUST get done! Debbie Rinehart
    Debbie Rinehart<br />Deb\'z-N-Stitches

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    Some questions occur to me right off the bat: Does this happen only on one needle? Have you checked your bobbin tension, thread path, and presser foot height?
    Sorry that I don't have time to respond other than to give you a bunch of links that have tons of info. At the very least, these might help you to give us more info about what is actually happening.
    http://www.amayausers.com/discussion...+hook+position
    http://www.amayausers.com/discussion...+hook+position
    http://www.amayausers.com/discussion...+hook+position
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    http://www.amayausers.com/discussion...+hook+position

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