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New husqvarna se trying to learn how to embroidery first attempt and thread got mangled and bunched cleared all of it even under feed plate and now machine will not sew. Motor runs and pressure feet move up and down but needle does not move and nothing sews?

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Sounds like the belt has become disengaged. Suggest you take it to an authorized Husqvarna Viking Dealer for repair.

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The problem you've explained isn't totally clear. I'll try to give help on your problem.
On embroidery machines the feed dogs are suppose to be down while operating in the embroidery mode.
When you change programs to embroidery the sewing machine recognizes this mode and automatically makes the feed dogs go into the down position.
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try changing the needle
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have you tried changing the needle
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Make sure that the metal plate is locked into position- Hope that helps!

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If the machine has been taken apart it may have been reassembled improperly so that the dial on front of freearm is interfering.
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I am not sure what you mean: motor runs but nothing else moves?

Have you have turned the machine off and tried again? Like computers, sometimes they need rebooted.

More information is needed to evaluate further.

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