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|Tim Woodward||I posted an earlier message about the needle extending too far and breaking the knotter housing. One needle is clearly bent. My friend believes the plunger bent the needle probably because the safety dog didn't catch the plunger for some unknown reason. All sheer bolts and springs are intact. I also learned that when the dog stops the plunger, the needles are only about a third of the way started. Any idea what could have caused the problem? The baler is not beat and had been used very little over the years. Is is possible the needle yolk or cradle is bent or out of aliegnment?