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White d'lite 1750c presser foot in down position not recognized

This was an intermitten problem but now is constant. When the presser fot is lowered an indicator light is supposed to turn green and then you can engage the machine. Instead, the indicator light stays red and naturally, doesn't allow me to begin sewing. There is a needle reset botton that does turn the light green, resets the needle and then the light turns red again. Apparently the needle reset does not require the presser foot to be in the down position to operate. I wouldn't mind bypassing the presser foot indication requirement, but I am out of ideas at this point. No loose wires, no pressure issues....any ideas?

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    desapr Feb 18, 2013

    Can anyone explain what you mean by putting the bobbin all the way to the left? I saw that in the instruction manual, but don't understand what they mean. What bobbin? The one that feeds thread from the top or the bottom of the machine? I understand English pretty well but I am terrible with mechanical stuff. I have the same problem, the machine worked for a few days and now it is giving me the red light.

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This also happens when the bobbin winder is too close to the right-like when you wind a bobbin and don't put it back or not back all the way to the left.  

Posted on Nov 23, 2009

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Some times if the buttonhole lever had moved this will happen try reaching back moving this back into position if fabric pushes this and moves it the red lite will stay on

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I occasionally have the same problem with my White d'Lite 1750c. I turn the power off, let it rest a minute, then turn it on again, and the problem goes away for a long time (weeks, sometimes months). Of course, the settings go back to the default, so note your settings before turning the power off.
Hope this helps. Good luck!
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Posted on Dec 15, 2008

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