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Juki tl98q will not run. The machine powers up, it will cut thread,but the hand button will not turn the machine on to stitch. Both the machine and the hand button are new.

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Is your bobbin threader pulled over? If it is the machine thinks your trying to fill a bobbin.

Posted on Aug 21, 2009

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First check your "fill bobbin" lever on top: make sure it's open all the way. (Try opening and closing it several times.) If this is even slightly in the closed position, the feed nor the needle assy will not move.

Next, make sure your foot pedal is not depressed...tap it several times up-down. If the pedal is even slightly depressed, the feed nor the needle assy will not move.

Posted on Dec 15, 2010

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