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Thread breakage light keeps coming on

I was embroidering, and I heard a sound as though something fell inside my machine, Then my machine would not continue or finish my design. I can't even do regular sewing only for a few stitches at a time. I feel like it is the sensor because I guide the thread gently to the right and it will stitch but only for a short time. HELP.

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This annoys the heck out of me, cause it happens a lot more than it should. There can be some valid reasons as to why it happens, though.

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