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My electronic displays on the Sweet 16 freezes after about 15 minutes of use. I have the stitch regulator attached. What might cause the screen to freeze?

When using my Sweet 16 sit down, my electronic display freezes. The machine continues to work fine, but unable to access anything on display. When the machine is turned off and then back on, the display temporarily unfreezes. I am also using the stitch regulator with the machine. I've already replaced the display and new display continues to freeze up. Any ideas?

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