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on a normal sewing machine this usually means the threads are all snagged up in a knot in the bobbin case. Snip your threads, wriggle the fabric out, remove all snagged threads and rethread the machine. I don't know if this will work with your blind hemmer.
Blind hem or straight stitch with 1/8" or 1/4" hemmer foot. Fabric inserted into right-hand "tunnel". Always do a regular backstitch, forward stitch before inserting your fabric in. Makes it easier!
Happy sewing. Suggestion: make miniature copy of your manual and you can always have it handy for reference.
First get a new quality needle of the right size for your machine use a good quality hemming thread and check your tensions. If this fails to fix the problem you will probably have to have the timing checked.