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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: foot pedal and thread guide
Same thing happened to my CE-200. It would only stitch one stitch at a time or else it would run full speed. My husband made an adjustment through a small hole on the back of the pedal and it now works much better. The adjustment hole apparently allows you to set the sensitivity of the electronics inside the pedal. He turned it slightly toward the + direction. It took a couple of small adjustments to get it to work nearly normal again.
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
SOURCE: singer 2010 doesn't want to stop
I have a Singer Merritt 4530. I don't know if the foot pedal works the same way on your model, but on mine it is held together not by screws or latches, but simply by white plastic rods that serve as hinges. These rods have a hole drilled in their center, presumably so some special tool can be used to pull them out. Lacking a special tool, I glued a nail into the hole, and once the glue dries you can pull the nail and pull the rod out with it. The rod is about an inch long and held in place merely by friction - no glue or screw threads. Once one rod is removed, you should be able to slide the pedal off of the rod on the other side, though that might have only worked because some of the plastic housing was cracked on mine. If you don't want to take the time to test that, just glue a nail into both rods and pull them both out.
Once you get the pedal open, mine had a giant white cylinder that looks kind of like a battery or a fuse. This thing was getting very hot the longer the pedal was left plugged in. I read on many web sites that this object can cause overheating or short circuit the pedal so it's always sewing. It's called a suppressor and can be safely thrown away. I haven't found an explanation for precisely what it does or why it can be safely thrown away, but I theorize it's a surge suppressor and that most modern wiring isn't going to surge too much. I got rid of it and the pedal still works and doesn't overheat. It may be safest to plug the machine into a surge-protected power strip once the suppressor is gone - just my theory.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
Mine does the exact same thing. I think the problem might lie in the cord to the foot pedal. The cord packs into the foot pedal for storage, which forces the cord to to remain bent during storage. I believe the wires in mind became damaged and broken so I took it apart and reconnected the wires at the spot where the connector meets with the wires. But I still don't leave it plugged in if I'm not using it, it could be a fire hazard.
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Kenmore sewing
Buy a new foot pedal for it, probably one of the electrical components inside the foot has failed.
There are Kenmore footcontrols for sale on www.sewingpartsonline.com. You could email them to check its right for your model if it isn't listed.
Obviously I'm assuming that you are in USA with 110 Voltage and that is what your machine is. If not and your country is 220V, you would need to source it from a reseller in your own country or another with the same voltage.
Posted on Jun 12, 2011
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