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Thread: My poor wbb'ittle sewing machine...

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    :shock: I'm not crazy! My sewing machine is falling apart! (this is the one I mentioned was dropped...) Every few days we find something new wrong with it. Okay well firstly the plastic covering doesn't line up on the free arm or under the fly wheel (think big gaps in the plastic.) The entire bobbin area is out of alignment and moves in an oval instead of a circle, and you can clearly see wearing on the bobbin holder. My machine is literally running itself into the ground for this project. UPS says they will contact the lady who sold it to me "the close of business the next day" DH thinks that is tommorrow evening, I'm not entirely certain.


    Now I suppose in all honesty, I just want to bend my head and be a little sad about it. :cry:

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    Super Member Kyiav10's Avatar
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    I am so sorry to hear about your machine. I hope that you are able to get it all situated and either back in working order or get it replaced.

    Kyia

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    Yes, me too, it's so hard to look at it knowing what it "could" be doing.

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    Super Member Celeste's Avatar
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    Oh, I'd be so mad! Here you've forked out good money to get a nice sewing machine and now this! That's bad enough, but the run-around you seem to be getting is unacceptable!

    Do you have a consumer help person? Someone through the newspaper, tv news or a talk radio that you can turn to? If you do not hear from UPS soon, call them and let them know you will be contacting these people, then do if it doesn't spur them to action. Often a call from a person or place like the consumer help person will get a pretty quick conclusion.

    OK, off my soap box now!

    Meanwhile, I'm so sorry your sewing enjoyment has been so affected!

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