Question about Sewing Machines
Unplug the lead from the machine, then reinsert it firmly. Is there still power at the outlet?
Posted on Oct 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Out of the blue mid-stitching,
I kept looking for a bobbin problem (because this is what the book that comes with the machine indicated as the cause. As it turned out, somehow the thread on the TOP slid off the wire thingy that goes up and down when sewing. I noticed it totally by accident. After re-threading the machine, it worked like a charm.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
Regarding your New Home machine--your problem is LACK OF LUBRICANT--take to a reputable sewing repair place and ask them to clean, oil and put on a new belt--usually around $50. Totally worth it. Just got mine back from doing a 2 yearly maintainence of what I just suggested and it is clean, oiled and runs better than ever! DO NOT SEW with a machine that sits for over 1 year without use. The oil drops to the bottom and parts become extremely dry. Take it right now to a dealer for a regular cleaning, oiling, belt replacement--it should run like a dream after that.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
Hi, sorry to say but very rarely is it the fuse when this happens. You can unscrew the one screw on the ouside and pop the cover open. (carefull as there are wires attached and make sure you are grounded or have discharged any static from yourself).
The fuse will be self-evident but I suspect you will need a visit to your Bernina dealership for a new circuitboard.
Certified Bernina tech
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
given that the machine is only a month or so old, the best advice i can give you is to do nothing to the machine and call the sewing machine guy out to repair it for you. a brand new machine like this will be covered by the warranty. as long as you have actually switched the machine on properly, any faults are the responsibility of the supplier at this stage.
Posted on Jul 26, 2011
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