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The machine just stopped working and won't turn back on, the light won't come on either. It seemed to have a thread caught in the bobbin case and I cleared that out.

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Probably the 3amp fuse in the transformer blew. It now gets replaced with a 3.15 amp slow-blow fuse.
If it blows again then you need a new "A" board which I just found out is no longer available. This is assuming that the machine is not jammed. If it is then the fuse did I it's job by protecting the machine from a power surge.

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Check the fuse in the plug maybe.

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