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peardrop37 Posted - 09/08/2013 : 3:46:37 PM
i was wondering as any body had the same problem as me when i try to use my ribber to do my ribs the ribber carraige is disconecting from my top bed carraige is it some thing simple or have i got a big problem i have a brother kh 950i knitting machine and a brother kr 850 ribber the gap between the top bed and the bottom bed looks perfect for once because i usualy have a problem with getting them right but it is ok for any body got any ideas
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bjclawson Posted - 09/20/2013 : 08:35:18 AM
Are you sure the screws attaching the ribber are on tight? Other than that you can look for an operations manual for your ribber and it tells all the correct tolerances between the two beds. I got an older studio 360 and was not able to get the ribber to work correctly until I used the operations manual to tune the two beds together.
good luck

beckie clawson

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