Thread Break Worksheet
This worksheet is a tool to help you find a solution to chronic breaking thread. (A rare or single broken thread occurrence is normal, and no cause for concern.)

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Step 1A: Check all things that are different between now and when your machine was not breaking thread. The next field will allow you to list others. *
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Step 1B: List any other things that are different between now and when your machine was not  breaking thread.
Step 2A: Check any event that happened between now and when your machine was not breaking thread. You can add others in the next field. *
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Step 2B: List any other events that happened between now and when your machine was not breaking thread.
Step 3A: The cause of the thread break can be found in sections 1A, 1B, 2A or 2B. Begin attempting fixes one at a time now, starting with the EASIEST and LOWEST COST fixes first. Focus on fixes that are relevant to your answers in the fields you filled out and checked, in addition to the following common fixes. Check each attempted fix: *
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Step 3B: What other attempted fixes have you tried? Separate each with a comma.
Step 4A: After attempting fixes one at a time, Have you found the cause of your thread break? If yes, write the cause in the next field. *
What was the cause of the thread break? You can write unsolved if you have not found the cause. *
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