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Thread: Sassy is sick!!!

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    My Sassy is sick....Sassy is a 8-11 year old baby lock Esante! She is my quilting, and embrodery baby girl...( my only ) Today she started going click click click...then her foot peddle wouldn't work...and then she destroyed a perfectly good bobin...and I don't know what is wrong with her, she isn't feeling well...and I need her, she can't leave me now!! Anyone have any experiance with this machine? Is she just getting old? Is there something I can do to make her feel better???

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    Hope you get help for her. It is the wrong time for it to mess up.

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    So sorry to hear this!!! I hope that it is a easy fix!!!

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    I'm so sorry to hear your baby is sick. I hope it is something minor and that she will be feeling well really really soon (and at minor expense!)

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    OMG!!!! My heart sunk for a minute! I thought you were talking about a pet! DAMMIT! :lol:

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    Awe no im sorry...I've already lost my cat :( No it's my quilting machine...she is sick...I'm going to have to take her to the doctors after Christmas...I was just checking to see if anyone had any experiance with this machine, and could suggest any quick fixes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamie
    Awe no im sorry...I've already lost my cat :( No it's my quilting machine...she is sick...I'm going to have to take her to the doctors after Christmas...I was just checking to see if anyone had any experiance with this machine, and could suggest any quick fixes.
    Yea I figured that out after I read all of it. LOL
    Sorry about your kitty. :-(

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    Did you clean out everything really well ? I know that wouldn't affect the foot , but might explain eating the bobbin :?

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    I don't have a machine like that at all , but since your foot peddle isn't working I'd check it for any nicks in the wireing are see if it is lose at all..

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    It sounds like the clicking sound might be the bobbin case has come loose try reinserting the bobbin case and use the stop start button if you have one, as the foot control isn't working. That is all I can recommend at this time. Good Luck :idea:

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