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If your Cricut machine is not cutting all the way through your material, or is only scoring the material, choose a machine below for specific troubleshooting tips. Fortunately this issue can usually be resolved with basic troubleshooting.
Remove the blade housing, then remove the blade and ensure that there are not any bits of paper stuck to the blade or lodged inside the blade housing. Ensure that you replace the blade housing correctly into the machine. Once clean, test your cuts again. If the blade and housing are already free from debris, or cleaning it did not help, proceed to 3.
Try an arm buoyancy test: gently press down on the black arms that surround the blade housing and then release them. Do they bounce right back up, or do they stick or rub in any way? If they stick or rub, please contact Customer Care through one of the options below for further assistance. If they bounce right back up when released, proceed to 4.
Increase the machine pressure settings and try your cuts again. If this does not change the cut result, proceed to 5.
Increase blade depth by turning the dial at the top of the blade housing. If this does not change the cut result, proceed to 6.
Perform a Hard Reset on the machine. If this does not help, proceed to 7.
The TENSION in the frame holds these blades in their slot.
What you do is
1) turn the saw upside down so the blade is pointing upwards.
2) Hold the handle of the saw tight against your tummy or if you have strong arms just your hands So the saw faces away from you.
3) Put the far end of the frame against a hard surface like a wall or bench.
4) Push the handle against the force and you will see the FRAME bend very slightly, this will allow you to push the blade out of its slot.
Engage new blade at the handle end then do the reverse of the above to allow the other end of the blade to go in the slot .
Possible that the zoom switch is short or struck in action where by the zoom has gone to the extreme end. Wriggle the switch after the cam is switched off and see if it returns. If not the unit must be opened to check for the switch failure or possible motor failure, drive circuit or a mechanical jamming.
There appear to be two fuses for the cruse control. One will be in the fuse box inside the car and will be # F2.53. This should be a 10amp mini blade style fuse. The other will be in the fuse box under the hood and will be # F1.29. This should also be a 10amp mini blade style fuse.