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4) A flat bar is to be rolls but the rolls refuse to bite (the bar is not drawn into the roll gap). State at least two measures that could be taken.

4) A flat bar is to be rolls but the rolls refuse to bite (the bar is not drawn into the roll gap).  State at least two measures that could be taken.
(ISBN 0-07-116911-3) (chapter 9)

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