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Thread: HECK~~~IS it possible to wear out

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    Power Poster dreamer2009's Avatar
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    the reverse on my sewing machine ??
    never ever had any machine stop doing it's reverse.
    someone help...............

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    Is the thread jammed? Maybe it needs cleaning!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SueDor
    Is the thread jammed? Maybe it needs cleaning!
    no jammed thread and was just cleaned and was sewing fine til just now.

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    What machine?

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    If it is a computerized machine, try unpluging i5t & then plug back in again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prism99
    What machine?
    new home...excel 23L
    not computerized.
    about 15 yrs old

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    I have no idea??

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    I have an Elna that did that all by itself when I turned it on. It wasvthe footpedal. When I replaced it...problem solved. I think it's a fine wire in the pedal that was pulled out. Hope this helps you

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    I like my reverse...

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    Sorry, I can relate as I also use my reverse LOTS. lol Good luck finding the source.

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