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Error Code E7 on Singer 6180

My Singer Brilliance 6180 stops working and flashes error code E7. I was sewing fleece with stretch stitch w/overlocked edge (3 straight stitches w zigzag overedge). Cleaned out bobbin casing, feed dogs and it still didn't work ... waited 1/2 hour and now it works again....not too thrilled with not having ALL the codes in the manual.

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E7 means the machine has 'had enough' and that error flashes to let you know it needs a break. I found that out by trial and error and after phoning Singer as well.

Posted on Aug 28, 2014

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SOURCE: Singer 9113 not zigzaging all time when using

I am kind of confused as to why it will not zig zag, have you tried moving the needle shaft back and forth after oiling your machine? I was looking at your manual online at Singerco.com and it seems like a very nice machine. I also would try a tear away stabilizer, or good old fashioned gift tissure paper, to see if the feed dogs will get some traction. Other than that, I would call singer at 1-800-4singer and ask for some other solutions. I am hoping that it is a free fix.

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