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Needle hit the plate hard now machine won't sew

That's it ..... nothing's happening. Sounds like a belt may have slipped???

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  • Husqvarna Master
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Also possible that the machine is kumped time and needs to be
checked

Posted on Nov 30, 2012

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SOURCE: needle keeps hitting the plate and breaking

possibly off timing,

Posted on Jan 21, 2008

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SOURCE: needle jam

stuck the whole machine the needle did not move .needle and wheel handle both are stuck

Posted on Feb 28, 2008

SewExpress
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SOURCE: pfaff 1222 belt

Hi - a few suggestions:

  1. May just need a good thorough service - generally a good idea to have it completely gone over - by an experienced Pfaff tech - every year or 2. Internal parts can dry out and simply get jammed.
  2. The timing could be off - again an experienced tech can take care of.
  3. The cam-stack (the part that actually makes your stitch formations) may have cracked. At the age of your machine, this isn't uncommon.
At the age of your machine, many other owners actually have it "rebuilt" by an authorized Pfaff service person. This model is one of those that's worth the investment compared to buying a new machine of the same caliber/quality.

If you are comfortable removing the top cover, you may be able to look at the internal parts to see if anything is broken. This will at least give you an idea of what may be happening.

Many authorized techs will not charge you to look at the machine and give you a quote. We'd suggest calling a few sewing machine stores in your area. Don't hesitate to ask friends for their recommendation of a good service person.

Hope this helps - please don't hesitate to respond if you need further info or clarification.

Happy sewing,
Kim & Linnette

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

SOURCE: Brother CS-6000 Sewing Machine - Jam

I had the same problem.. I think the bobbin used in this machine is no good I replaced mine.. It cost alot too.. but now I do not have any problems.. good luck

Posted on Aug 20, 2008

kent581
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SOURCE: The needle hits the throat plate

if a new needle still wont align with the needle plate, your needle bar is out of whack

Posted on Mar 18, 2009

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