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Can't turn wheel

Wheel stuck

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Check the area that contains the bobbin. There might be something loose in there. While you\'re in there, clean an oil this area. Also, open the end cover (left side of machine) and lubricate the swivel arm top and bottom and wait overnight for oil penetration; you can also use a hair blow dryer to speed this up. For oiling diagram, see:




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Hello,

The same thing happend to me with an older model (Singer XL 10). I have been sewing a decorating stitch and the machine stopped suddenly. Now I am not able to turn the hand wheel anymore like I should (I can move it a little bit, but the needle does not move up and down and the wheel is getting stuck). When I try to use the pedal the motor makes a horrible noise and stops. The needle is not moving up and down.

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Any help is appreciated. Thank you!

Best regards,
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