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Thread: My machine won't turn on!!!!!

  1. #41
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    Merritt Island ,Fl.
    Sorry you have this problem, hope it works out to be nothing bad. joycej

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    Super Member raptureready's Avatar
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    That's why everyone should have at least TWO back up machines. I'm sorry you're having such problems, I can't imagine anything worse than being without a machine.
    If no one ever experimented we'd all still be making 4 patches.

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    Did you try plugging it another outlet. Good Luck and God Bless
    Create something beautiful from scraps.

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    Super Member Dina's Avatar
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    I am so glad it started working!!!

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    I wish you were all my real neighbors! The expressions of love here have really touched me! You have no idea how much I've needed this! I can't believe how many of you have said that you would loan me your machine, if only we lived closer! What a kind, unselfish thought! This is probably too "mushy" for a quilting forum, but thank you for lifting my spirits! Things have been hard for two years and this has been a bright spot these last couple of days! You know what? I'm glad my machine "broke" down for a day so I could have the opportunity to see what really good people are out there!!! Thank you, everyone, for bringing a smile a face that hasn't been able to smile for a while! Hugs to all of you!!! :')
    ~ Julie ~

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    Senior Member Buzzy Bee's Avatar
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    I am so glad for you...I was feeling your pain....
    Buzzy Bee

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    Centerville, WA
    Glad it is working for you now. I had one that would quit working when I wanted to get something done at a certain time, but only when I needed it finished fast. Any other time it worked great. Finally got a new machine & was going to toss the old one. My son wanted it for his wife & I told him what it was doing. He said they would check it out. It worked fine for her for about three months & started doing it again. She got rid of it fast. LOL

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    Super Member jitkaau's Avatar
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    Aug 2010
    I'm glad it is OK for now - extra expense is not needed at this time of year. I know exactly how you must have felt as my machine has been in the repair shop since July and by the time that they finish replacement of just about every bit in the machine(as it feels like) I wonder whether I should have just saved up for another one...tape the faulty switch in place so that it can't switch off again and you may have a chance to have it work OK for a little longer.All the best.

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    Senior Member Michellesews's Avatar
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    Mar 2010
    El Paso Texas
    Thank you for posting that it is working, I woud have worried and worried until I heard from you about this. I cannot imagine too many things more horrifying than having your one and only machine break down during Christmas sewing, I call it Santa's Sweat Shop...or my family does anyway. I was trying to figure out how in th world I could get a loner to you all the way from El Paso Texas in time for your projects...as were many others on this board as well....we truly are sisters of the "cloth", aren't we! Now go have yourselves a Merry, Merry Christmas. Whew! That was a close one!
    Michelle Guadarrama

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