Question about Baby Lock Imagine
This is my first serger, I purchased this machine from a babylock dealer in the United Kingdom, the plug was a european plug. The insructions on the plug suggest to replace the end if it didn't work for the united states 110 electrical system. So that is what I did. The machine dose power up but the needle doesn't go up and down?. Are their major differences in the electrical operating systems when machines are purchased outside of the U.S. or this a operator error?
There is a plate on the machine:
- If it says 220 volts, there is nothing that can be done, it cannot be used here. You should have supported an American dealer because you are totally hooped.
- If it says 110 to 120 volts, it should be working with your new plug. but since it is not working, you will have to bring it to a service shop.
- If it says 110 - 220 volts, it should be working with your new plug. but since it is not working, you will have to bring it to a service shop.
Posted on Oct 11, 2007
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