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Is it making a noise when you try to cut? Most common is that your needle plate is bent down and is preventing your knives from doing their job. In this case, you can take the plate off, turn it over on a flat surface and use a hammer to flatten it. While the plate is off, test your machine and see if the blades are now moving. Make sure to keep your fingers away while you are doing this. :)
Now check to make sure your feed dogs are not cracked or broken and keeping the blades from moving. Next: Sometimes you either get a ball of thread or a piece of a broken needle caught in the blades as they try to cut and it can either bend the stationary knife (this knife is in the general shape of a backwards letter L) or break it off. If all the knife pieces are there, the small moving knife (that looks like a little flat fat bird with a big eye :) ) becomes dull and won't cut the thread when it moves against the stationary knife. In either case, you can replace the knife. The most common is to replace the stationary knife. It is the easiest to replace and can be ordered online with the part # from your parts book. If you don't have a parts book, try to contact your online sewing parts company for the part.
First, safety stuff: Make sure the jointer is unplugged and be very careful with the knives, they are quite sharp. You should have enough room between the tables to get the knives out, if not remove the stationary, outfeed table. There are four hex-cap screws on each knife that hold the clamp bar on. Remove them with an allen wrench or hex driver if you have one and take the clamp bar and knife out. Pay attention to which way the bevel is on the knife so you put them back on the same way. If the blades have never been turned, they are double sided and can be turned around so the opposite side is out. The knife and clamp bar are designed to go on only the right way. Make sure you get the hex-bolts on very tight. Do the other knife, replace the table and make a couple test runs to check allignment.
I had this same problem. You can' t take the pic directly above it you have to angle your shot. Eventually I figured out that it was easier to shut off the flash and just use a secondary lighting source like a couple lamps.
Remove the Stand, Remove the 4 Screws from behind the spot where the stand connects to, then take a flat ended object such as a butter knife or a sharp knife, and unclip the black face. then the screen comes right apart, this solution is also the same for the 20xx-30xx Dell WFP Models.
High probability that an object, that had escaped notice during loading of clothes, has been "tossed" over board the wash tub into the outer tub. Most washing machines are constructed this way (two tubs, one move-able, one stationary) to prevent this object toss, but somehow they still get tossed. Solution is to remove the object and methods vary from simple (use magnet snake retriever if object is magnetic) or use mechanical snake retriever (has tiny pliers at far end of wire) to extreme by removing inner tub.