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Thread: Uh-oh!

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    Junior Member rita222's Avatar
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    try using a magnet to draw it up to where you might be able to grab it with tweezers. Good Luck'
    Rita

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    Power Poster amma's Avatar
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    Awww I bet your little guy is feeling really bad.... (((HUGS)))
    I am glad to hear that your machine still is working :D:D:D

    My twin grands were 3 when they decided to sew some marshmallows while mama was in the bathroom :roll: The cord to the machine was put up, but one cranked the wheel, while the other "sewed the soft, gooey marshmallows." It was a good thing it was a $20 garage sale machine, as there was no cleaning it out :roll: :lol::lol:

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    My machine manual warns to keep magnets away. If it's a computerized machine, you can really mess it up, and then the repair bill could be astronomical.

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    if you call a sears repair place, they will try to walk you thru fixing just about anything....i have fixed my old sewing machine, my old range and my old old washing machine....good luck!

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