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Embroidery arm makes noise

The are does not move and ma's grinding noise.

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While the embroidery arm makes a certain amount of noise when it is initially indexing, I'm assuming from your description that the mechanism is making noise but ends up stalled (probably with the hoop holder in the rearmost position). It sounds like it's not engaging the end stop switch correctly. Take it in for adjustment. This is not something you want to tackle yourself. Beyond the switch adjustment it may additionally require recalibration to properly register the various hoop sizes.

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