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My bernette 730 will do all the stitches required but only in reverse

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SOURCE: My bernette 65 is stuck

Check that bobbin spin has been released

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My Bernina 730 record can only run the zig-zag stitch. The tech said the motor was "weak". Will replacing the brushes in the motor fix the stitch problem?


Sewing machines needs full service now and then (every 10 years will often do). The motor on the 730 series is actually as powerful as they get on domestic machines, and handles just about everything that fits under the pressure foot. Only if the machine has been used a lot over the years are the brushes worn down, but it might need new grease not matter how little it has been used. 

However, the stitch applications can sort of gum or clog up if the machine has not been used for ages. Take a look in the manual and oil ever point suggested every time you take out the machine. Try them now and then on slow speed, that might get every function to run smoothly again. 

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Check with different shops for price on full service. This is a great machine what ever they tell you.  

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