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My foot pedal doesn't work.


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Foot pedal doesn't work


well if the foot pedal isn't working, you can either replace it with a new one or take the machine to a sewing machine repair shop & let them check the foot pedal & see if it's fixable

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You may need a new foot pedal. Find a small applicance repair shop and ask them if they can test the pedal. Take the machine with you.

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I am a transcriptionist who is remotely accessing a work computer


I looked a the Infinity IN-USB-1 foot pedal, thanks. I would go out and buy a second foot pedal for home then you can remote your work pc by using the foot pedal from home. Make sure you install the drivers for the foot pedal at your home pc. If this doesnt work, you can always take the pedal back to the store. I figure that If you took away your mouse from your home pc, you could not move your mouse on the work pc. It maybe the same with the pedal. Let me know if it works.

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I have a 720. Sometimes when I press play it will rewind.


Hello I can read your full problem but when it hapen unplug your foot pedal to see if the pedal is causing the problem here is a link for a original foot control replacement http://www.tvps.com/Products/Philips-LFH-0210-Foot-Pedal---New__PH-LFH-0210.aspx or just send your unit for service at Send an email to service@tvps.com or call (800) 644-9525. Please indicate model, serial and detailed description of problem

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Foot pedal FF or Rewinds when pressing Play


It's possible that there's a broken wire in the cable that connects the foot control to the machine. This usually happens near the plug that plugs into the machine, or by the end that goes into the foot control.

You can usually duplicate it if you put the auto-backspace up a bit and then hold down the play pedal on the foot control. While holding down the play pedal, try moving the cable near the machine or near the foot control in a circular motion. If the machine stops, rewinds or fast forwards, then odds are that the problem is with the cable.

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