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I would try a hair dryer to see if it loosens. Could have crayon shavings in it.

Crafts & Hobbies | Answered on Jan 15, 2018

It depends on the machine the expression 2 the expression and the little machines use markers that fit into the blade housing slot. The explore machines use special markers put out by cricut or there are some called slick writers that fit in the accessory clamp.

Crafts & Hobbies | Answered on Jan 12, 2018

Hello, Jo -

From information I have found on other websites, apparently the Erbauer brand of tools are made by ScrewFix.

I found a ScrewFix Community Forum online with questions about Erbauer replacement parts. This is the link to the forum:
Read the questions and comments on both pages.

From that information it seems that ScrewFix and Erbauer provide no replacement parts.

Through the eBay resolution process you can probably have your purchase price refunded.

Crafts & Hobbies | Answered on Jan 11, 2018

Is this a baby blanket that you need to piece together? If so post a picture and maybe I can help. But otherwise I am not sure what kind of help you are asking for.

Crafts & Hobbies | Answered on Jan 11, 2018

Is the transformer getting hot? Sounds like there might be a short circuit in the system. You'd need to put an ohm meter across the tracks (or a Digital Multimeter (DMM) set to ohms) to verify the short and then look around for some electrical path between the tracks.

Crafts & Hobbies | Answered on Jan 09, 2018

You should switch to a size or two smaller needle when you switch yarns.

Debbie Bliss... | Answered on Jan 03, 2018

There are different versions of the Berkshire 2-8-4 locomotive that comes with these sets and the process of activating chuff sound on them varies depending on which version of locomotive you have.So in order to help you I need to know which one it is. Do you have the model number of your set?

Polar Express... | Answered on Dec 31, 2017

I assume that you are talking about a narrow ledge, 15ft long. I don't think you would have a problem getting a train to go from one end to the other and then back up to its starting position. There are electronic circuits that do this. Had one for a Christmas trolley that ran through the town under the tree that did that.

Crafts & Hobbies | Answered on Dec 29, 2017

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