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Thread: How did this happen?

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    How did this happen?

    Last week I posted a question about having trouble with skipped stitches fmq in my Bernina 820. I looked the next day to see whether anyone answered and my question was not posted. I went to "Home" at the top of the page, and did a search on my question. It was there, as well as some responses. How did that happen?

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    go to My Profile near the top right, click on that. then below your avatar go to My Posts or Recent posts. you should be able to find it then. never mind that, you evidently found it. it's most likely been moved. you should have gotten a PM telling you that.

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    If the board is busy, it's easy for other posts to get ahead of it. I also go to my profile & go to my recent posts, as mentioned above.
    Carol in Michigan

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    All your started threads or threads you have commented on are stored in your Profile section at the top of the site. If you click on Profile and then the thread, you can read the comments without searching for it. If someone else comments on your thread, it moves back to the front of the board.

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    I did see this on a post, not sure which post it was, but it was there. I read it but didn't post an answer because I do not have skipped stitches on my Bernina. BTW, I would make sure it is spotless, my Bernina is a lovely machine but is very picky about dust.

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