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Thread: Bailey won't stop running

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    Super Member Normabeth's Avatar
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    Bailey won't stop running

    After a few months of going thru "Sandy" repairs, I am finally getting my Gracie
    Frame and 15" Bailey back up. I installed the Sew Control on the machine,
    installing the sensor mounted on the upper carriage. Plug everything in, turn
    the machine on from both the sew control box and the machine itself, all it does
    is keeps running. I push the buttons on the handles and nothing happens, it
    keeps running, have to turn the sew control off to get it to stop. Any idea
    what is wrong?
    Thanks
    Normabeth
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    Did you call Chuck at Bailey? He is VERY helpful. He told me that he does some 'repairs' right over the phone.
    Nancy in western NY
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    Super Member Normabeth's Avatar
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    I was going to call Chuck today, but time got away from me, when I looked at the clock, it was 3:45 pm and he closes at 3pm on Saturdays.
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    Have one of the sensors come disconnected? This happened to me once on my Tin Lizzie. It about scared me to death.
    Mary

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    I don't think so, I just installed them.
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