Question about Sewing Machines
When you unstuck the pedal, did you also go inside to unstick the contacts (switch). This happens sometimes for lack of use. You may need to replace the contact, but you will see when you get in there. GOOD LUCK FRIEND.
Posted on Nov 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Elna Super will not stop running
Bspring- I have found there is a suppressor inside the machine. If you email me at my business email I will forward the info to you so you can repair it your self.
It may take me a while to check for your email but I have Sue59 with the same machine and problem as well so I'm glad to help. Great machines. Ann
Posted on Feb 21, 2008
I had the same problem. Through trial and error, I found the problem was with the thread tension. Usually the thread became wrapped around the spool holder as it was coming off the spool. As you continue to press the pedal, tension is created. When you release the pedal, some slack develops in the threading process and you are able to sew a few more stitches before the beeping starts again. If the thread is caught on the spool holder, simple re-thread the machine.That generally works for me. Also you can try to push to spool holder in as close as possible to the spool pin to alleviate any gaps. If the beeping continues to happen, place you thread in a cup behind the machine and thread as usual. You can also purchase an inexpensive thread holder. I made one out of a wood block and other odds and ends found around the house. Good Luck!
Posted on Apr 27, 2008
after i looked over the machines thred routing i found a pice of thred jamed in under the top clear plastic panel i took thihs panel off and removed the thred ,cleaned in there put it back togather and it now works fine just what i found hope it works for others
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
SOURCE: I have a Kenmore sewing
Buy a new foot pedal for it, probably one of the electrical components inside the foot has failed.
There are Kenmore footcontrols for sale on www.sewingpartsonline.com. You could email them to check its right for your model if it isn't listed.
Obviously I'm assuming that you are in USA with 110 Voltage and that is what your machine is. If not and your country is 220V, you would need to source it from a reseller in your own country or another with the same voltage.
Posted on Jun 12, 2011
SOURCE: foot pedal not working
yes, it is possible that the foot pedal can go out,, it would be a good
idea to have the foot pedal checked at a repair shop to see for
Posted on Aug 28, 2012
Testimonial: "I went to sewing machine store today and the pedal checked out as dying, so ordered a new one. Thx again!"
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