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  • Hi Nancy Early, I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?

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    Nancy Early May 27, 2014

    So sorry for the long delay! Now, everytime the machine changes colors it won't cut the thread and I have to do it manually. It says, "Sensor error." I've taken the bobbin area apart 100 times and cleaned it and have even cleaned behind the needles. I must be crazy! Can't semm to fix the problem. Do you have any suggestions? THANKS!

  • since the machine is showing a sensor error, it probably good idea to have the machine checked to see if there is a problem with the computer part of the machine.

  • Nancy Early
    Nancy Early May 28, 2014

    Thanks! I'm taking it Friday.

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Cutter blade needs replacement. Sensor is likely fine and is not located in the bobbin case area.
Sensor is telling you there is a cutter error. More than likely need a new cutter. Easy enough.

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Kelly
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