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The light turns on, but the machine doesn't.

Seemed like the "ignition" button was starting to fail the last couple of times I used it. Also, the accelerator pedal seemed to stick a little. Now, I only get the light. Have tried unplugging and replugging. Help?

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  • Lise Stoessel Apr 25, 2013

    It's an old model 940 machine. Not a designer One.

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It would be a good time to have the machine and the foot pedal checked.

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