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i delete questions like yours that dont belong here on this website

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How could you, except by contacting AMT?
Failing that, how does your search engine of choice fail to find a substitute?

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you have something jammed in the feed mechanism. most likely a piece of paper.
Unplug it, remove all paper, and then shake it out over a trash can with the opening facing the trash. If that does not help, you should contact an electronics repair shop.

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Hello, Virginia -

I have not yet found any online written instructions on how to use the Boye (not Boyer) Electric Yarn Ball Winder.

You may find this video tutorial instructive:
http://curvetube.com/Instructions_for_using_the_Boye_Electric_Yarn_Ball_Winder/hCF1jFCEpQ0.video

The Boye company is owned by the Simplicity Creative Group. If you wish, you can contact the company and ask about the availability of printed written instructions for use of the Boye Electric Yarn Winder:
https://www.simplicity.com/contactus/?topic=PRODUCT+QUESTION

Best wishes.

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in my opinion, get a new glue gun. if the gluestick is melting the gun, I think a few bucks would be worth the fix.

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NO CLUE HERE BUT I WOULD THINK PERHAPS ASKING Google MIGHT GET A RESULT OR 2

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My hobby is making some nice lapel pins for my collection and my friends. I make my own designs on my computer and then produce the pins with the help of the service from https://www.pinsource.com/custom-lapel-pins/soft-enamel I have to say that is a very cool and interesting hobby. I would like to recommend you to try something like that too

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There may be a piece of paper preventing it from moving. Unplug it, remover all the paper, and try shaking it over a trash can. If that does not work, call Cricut.

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It will cost more to fix it than to replace it. Just throw it away.

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No. You need to contact Cricut and ask them. They made it.

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