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Attaching the cover stitch plate

I've just acquired a Juki MO 735 serger which I love beyond words. But I've never used a cover stitch before and cannot for the life of me figure out how to attach the extension plate! The manual diagram just isn't clear to me. Can you help? perhaps with an emailed photo? I've disengaged the looper,  raised the knife out of the way and removed the knife guard but can't get the damn thing to fit any which way I turn it.
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  • Pemi Robin Nov 04, 2012

    Hello, I am having the same problem. Did you ever get the platt attached?

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The extension plate must be easily removed,
therefore has to be easily attached.
Usually they are slided in from left to right.
If you can upload a picture of the extension table, may be I can help you more.

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