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Hey Ken, I had the same issue. What worked for me twice now, is after I get the rib home, I cut the corner off the bag it’s sealed in, and I poor off any access juice. Then I cut the end of the bag open, and place the rib, and bag, into the drybag and squeeze it out. Then I ensure the rib is nice and tight down into one corner. Then spend time smoothing your hands over the rib towards the access bag material squeezing as much air out from the bottom and both sides. Also don’t cut any if the bag off, just make your little 45 degree seals and begin suction. If you spent time smoothing the air off the rib to the access bag, by the time the vacuum sealer closes off, most of the air should be gone. Don’t let it fluster you, just take a bit of time to manually smooth, then draw the vacuum.