Question about Singer Sewing Machines
I have just got a brand new sewing machine 1507NT. I have used it twice on the second time the light went out and the machine wont work at all. Could the light bulb blow out the fuse and if so should it blow after 2 uses ? should i check the fuse or just send it back theres a 30 day money back guarantee? thanks
Check with your place of purchase regarding the lamp and machine failure. Their input could influence your decision whether to deal with the problems or return the machine.
Posted on Dec 30, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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While I don't have specific solution for your problem, I have a similar problem with my "Euro-Pro 9101. My needle keeps breaking and it hits the needle plate. The needle plate is now very rough. Does anyone know what the solution might be?
Posted on Jan 24, 2008
I have had the Janome5700 since July 2006. I purchased it from QVC for a very affordable price Brand New. I also purchased a warranty from Sears because Janome makes Sears machines. They were willing to sell me the warrranty. I keep my machine clean and bring it to Sears at least once a year for a routine maintenance. I also have brought it once in between as I felt it needed a cleaning in between the yearly. They were more than happy to service it. I use my machine every day and have had no problems. If you have any questions you can contact Janome on line as they have a wonderful customer service and tech-support no matter how old your machine is and never ask the age of your machine or where you purchased it. Try Janome.com it is worth a try. Remember never oil your machine or take it apart. Let an experienced tech person help you. It is worth the extra money.
Posted on Apr 15, 2008
Have you got the stitch width selector on zero ? If not, it may be wanting to sew a small zig zag........if that is OK, ....
Make up some samples of the problems, call the dealer and arrange to take it back to show them the results and either have it adjusted, or show you what needs to be set where to achieve the results you need...........it is under warantee, and you should expect it to function correctly.
I would not advise you fiddle with anything other than tensions and stitch selector on such a new machine.
Ask if you can have a 15min familiarisation lesson on the machine........we actually offer 3 x 30min free lessons on the use of a new machine so our customers can get the maximum benefit from their purchase.
It has proven to be a good business decision, as we get fewer frustrated phone calls and folks actually go and use the machines properly from day one.
Posted on May 31, 2008
I had the same "problem" with my new machine. I called Janome's customer service and they told me the stitch length dial needs to be on S.S. I did that and it worked!
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
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