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Will not sew more than a few stitches.

When I sew, the thread icon comes on...it beeps three times and quits after a few stitches.  I have re-threaded it...no luck. I tried different threads..no luck. I have the Rose model. No one in town works on them. The only way it will sew is if I keep starting over...only 3-4 stitches at a time. It's useless and very irritating.

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  • Anonymous Feb 23, 2009

    I have an Iris that behaves the same way. Very frustrating, I just keep pumping the foot pedal and it keeps going. My Brother 2000 from Walmart sews better, never complains about thread or anything I put to it.

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I had the same problem with my Rose. I rethreaded and cleaned it many times without success. This problem is about 2 years old and caused many headaches!
Today I opened the machine with my husband's help and removed all the covers( watch out for all the sensitive clips). The problem was a small wire to the back of the upper thread tension wheel. The thread is going over it with every stitch and it got stuck on the upper side. I bended the wire and oiled the fitting. After closing the mashine works perfectly!

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Remove throat plate and check under and around the bobbin case for stray thread.

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