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Thread: Dead sewing machine

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    Super Member Nelco's Avatar
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    Found the problem. Need a new pedal. A piece broke off inside. So will be going to find one tomorrow,
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    Cause that's the only time we notice them! Good thing you have a back up.
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    I had just the opposite yesterday. In the middle of winding bobbins for the longarm, foot pedal quit working. Had to pick it up and shake it a couple of times before it would start again.

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    One on my vintage New Home did that a couple weeks ago when I turned on the power strip. Hasn't done it since. Guess it would not hurt to take the foot pedal apart and check for dust bunnies.
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    Super Member Nelco's Avatar
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    YEA !!!! I am back in business. Exchanged the foot peddle with my other machine and now I can finish my BOM .
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