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Needle not going up and down on necchi 544

I have just been given this machine, and everything is working (light and motor)  except that the needle will not go up and down. I don't have a manual for it, but wondered if anyone else has had this problem. Thank you.

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There should be a button in the balance wheel on the left side of the machine. Not sure on your model, but most of the Necchi's pull out and push in. That disenguages the needle arm to wind a bobbin. Some of them screw in or out, but generally pull out. You might try pulling it out and then pushing it back in, until it clicks. Then it should work fine.

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