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I recently had my New Home 7500 serviced. It now has a rattle in the bobbin area as it sews. Sewing is fine unless I speed up then it might thread jam.

Nothing, it sews but was not rattling before I had it serviced.

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Contact the one who serviced it and tell them that the machine is making rattling noise which it didn't do before and see what they say

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