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The bobbin may be in backwards
the needle is not the correct one for the machine
the needle isn't correctly seated in the needle clamp
the machine is a little bit out of time.
Remember to hang on to the needle thread when you're trying to pick up the bobbin thread
Turn the handwheel in the direction that would advance the fabric from the front to the back of the machine
make sure the bobbin-winding spindle has been pushed back to the left for sewing
make sure your needle is inserted correctly as far as it will go with the flat side facing back
and that the upper tension disks of your machine are threaded correctly.
Make sure the presser foot is up when seating the thread through the upper tension.
Turn the hand wheel (TOWARDS YOU ONLY) never turn the hand wheel away from you and hold the needle thread lightly. .
pull the loop up and then pull both threads (top and bobbin) under the foot and toward the back of the machine.
Also could be a timing problem
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Cradle and contacts are fine. Cradle circuit is nothing but a reed relay and few wires, relay closes on proximity to robot's body, therefore no voltage on contacts before robot is close to cradle. There is a thermistor inside of battery, and mine was bad. I removed it and now I am charging the battery from my bench power supply at about 220 ma current, overnight, and it works. Probably the solution is to get a new replacement battery, but the one with the thermistor inside (OEM), easily recognized by the third wire, and all should be fine, assuming that nothing else is wrong with charging circuit or power adapter (12v/1A) Hope this will give you some ideas of where to poke. Once successful, please post your solution.
This person is asking about an O'Cedar Pro Mist Mop. Not a vacuum or steam mop...
I too have problems with the pro mist handle not working... I called the customer care line at 1800-543-8105 and they are replacing my mop for free. You can also try to take it apart and fix it yourself, but I did that and I cant remember how it goes back together! lol Basically a spring comes loose from the pole inside of the mop handle, and that is why there is no tension in the trigger.
Pull the wheel off. Look on the back side of the wheel - you will see 4 plastic pins sticking out (inside the wheel) Use a pen to push on them - this way you will remove the hub cap without damaging it. Under the hub cap you will find the screw. You will need a torx T20 or Phillips crew driver (depending on what type of screw is there) to attach the wheel to the shaft with the screw. You can use a bit of a nail polish on the screw thread to keep from coming off again. DO NOT use glue or too much of nail polish or no one will be able to get the wheel of if needed some time in the future.
If hub cap nor the screw is there - you can find it all HERE.
I have the same problem. I have checked and you cannot buy the wheels. You can buy the whole nozzle assembly from Sears parts for $13.99. I am going to attempt to glue mine back on but I am not optimistic because the plastic attachments are tiny.
No matter your model Roomba, this occurs when Roomba has gone "crazy." Its brain is no longer working properly and you can usually tell this when you've cleaned the dickens out of it a few times and the behavior is still the same. There's only one possible user fix and that is to take out the battery, hold down the power button for 20-30 seconds then reinsert the battery.
If that doesn't do the trick, IRobot might send you something called an Ozmo which you put in the data port to rewrite Roomba's brain. Unfortunately this requires it to be under warranty unless you get lucky. Good luck, all!