Question about Kenmore 19030
I have a Kenmore sewing machine model 19030. Recently it gives me a message (STOP FOR SAFETY), it doesn't work any more, when I start it, runs only for one turn then gives me that message, Please advise to fix this problem
My Kenmore 19606 sometimes gives me that error message when I am holding my fabric taut (on either side of the foot) and I accidentally exert pressure on the needle (that is, tug forward or back on the fabric pulling at the needle)... I found that when it gives me that message and then pauses for a while, cranking a few stitches by hand seems to "recalibrate" it if you will, and bring it back to normal operation sooner... If you're not a tugger like me... =op =o) Maybe the needle needs replaced? It might be slightly bent, or not screwed in properly..?? Don't know if that helps! Good luck!
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
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