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I'm not an expert here, but I would offer the following:
You state you have a good profit marging and low overhead. Your business now brings in more money than it puts out. Using an amortization table, how long were you planning to take to pay off your start up costs when you made your business plan? Why do you need to go back into the line of credit?

It makes sense to me that for a business to be profitable and succeed, you have to make more than your expenses (including supplies and merchandise) and be able to repay your initial loan over a fixed period of time. Anything else means your business will not make money.
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