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I push the trigger button ant it goes off and on

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How do you use the sliding button hole attatchment


attach the sliding foot by clipping off the current one, placing the sliding food onto the needle plate, lining up the clip with the attchment point and lowering the pressure foot down onto it so it clicks in.

Now, does your machine have a little lever device to the left and just behind the pressure foot, have a look for it. If yes, then pull it down, this is the buttonholing trigger and it connects with the sliding foot to trigger the reverse and stitching of the second side.

Program the machine for button holing, this might be pushing in a numbered code, on my 6500 there are five buttonholes and they each have a code that I enter.

Place your fabric test sample under the pressure foot and put the button into the back of the pressure foot, there is a little ratchet device that closes up holding the button firmly to get the right dimensions.

I always do at least 2 test buttonholes using same fabric, usually 2 layers with interfacing between.

Start the buttonholing sequence by pressing on your machines foot control, it should sew backwards away from you down the first side of the buttonhole, and the trigger should connect with a bit on the slide foot triggering the machine to stop, sew the bar tack, and then reverse and sew the otherside and final bar tack.

That's how it goes on my 6500, I hope this applies to your MC10000 too, it should be very similar. Your machine probably has at least 3 or 4 different types of buttonholes it can do. If you don't have a manual for it, it probably is worth sources one as these machines have lots of features to use.

Jun 12, 2011 | Janome Memory Craft 10000

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JUST HAD IT SERVICED. RAN TWO SHOTS OF ESPRESSO, STEAMED MY MILK JUST FINE. THEN WHEN I TRIED TO DO ANOTHER SHOT, PUSHED BUTTON AND NOTHING HAPPENED. STEAM LIGHT FLASHING, WON'T GO OFF.


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If you steam and then try to make another coffee, you need to cool the boiler off. Turn the steam off by pushing the steam button again, then open the steam knob and running water until the flashing light turn to green steady. Then make you coffee.

Sep 10, 2010 | Saeco Magic De Luxe Espresso Machine

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Steady Brew Group Light: Old Saeco Magic deluxe


Open the door on the right. The brew unit is the thing with the handle that has the push on it. You need to push on the upper left side of the brew unit until it clicks. There is an outlet spout on the opposite side of where you are pushing. It goes into an intake port that needs to be lubed, so the outlet spout will slide in without pushing back. That should take care of the missing brew unit.

Dec 08, 2009 | Saeco Magic De Luxe Espresso Machine

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Kenmore Ultrawash dishwasher Model 665 15810000. Originally "water heating" light was flashing and no water in dishwasher. Replaced water inlet valve. Turned power back on, normal wash light goes on...


lock light is locking the panel push this child lock button for 3 sec and see if it un locks . then try it again .. may have a pannel out. mm

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My karcher G2000QT WORKS AT HIGH PRESURE FOR A COUPLE OF SECONDS AND THEN STOPS THEN A COUPLE OF SECONDS LATER WILL START AGAIN WHATS GOING ON?


are you making the machine **** for water, if so you have got a air leak on the suction hose.
try force feeding with water by connecting your hose to the mains water hose and see if you can see a water leak.
could be starved of water also,chack the filter

Jun 28, 2009 | Karcher 2500 PSI Pressure Washer

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My remote will not work and the tv menu is on the screen and goes through all the diffrent setting options automatically without stopping. TV buttons will not control the menu. Unable to make any setting...


1# First unplug tv,unhook ant.let set overnight.2# Reconect ant.Plug back in.turn tv on with button on tv.let tv run trew all its modes for 5 to 6 hrs.Don`t push any buttons!!!!! It has to reset everything.then try remote,when it starts to work,set new pin code.use your instruction book,to set all blocks to N,,Clear all favorite channels + erase channels in tv 's memory if there in there yet,takes a lot of time.it will keep resetting,remote won't work.let it run awhile. then push exit, hold 5 to 10 seconds remote will eventually come back,check your settings reset them, be sure menu is set to STOP, it may start running threw all its modes again,let run couple hrs, then push exit 5 to 10 seconds to get your remote back.keep trying this. when you think the tv is working right,turn it off for 10 seconds then back on. If it starts resetting, let it run an hr,then push exit again to get your remote back,it has to reset everything,keep trying, took me 3DAYS to get it right!!!!!!!!! the only thing I don't have working is the pic size button,Don't need that anyway. GOOD LUCK.

Jan 17, 2009 | Toshiba 36A43 36" TV

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Hoover SteamVac


I'm not sure what your referring too, but Here is how it works. The trigger is snapped into two "rocker retainers" in the handle. when you pull on the trigger, it rocks and pushes on a rod that goes down to another shorter rod and that one pushes on the valve that releases the solution. A common problem was that the "rocker retainers" would break off and the trigger would not push on the first rod so the machine would not release solution. You will have to replace the handle half (called a trigger guard). The trigger itself has two plastic "springs" molded into it. This is all one piece with the trigger and they don't usually break. Also, when you remove and replace the handle, you have to pull the trigger to re-engage the two rods togeather or the machine will constantly spray solution. I hope this helps.

Jan 12, 2008 | Hoover SteamVac F5914-900 SpinScrub...

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Too much water coming out.


When you press the trigger an angled piece on the end of the plastic rod attached to the trigger pushes valve button in that then releases fluid. On releasing the trigger, the valve button is supposed to be pushed back out by an internal spring. The button gets sticky with evaporated cleaning fluid and does not come back out, causing fluid to continuously run. Try taking the machine outside, fill the tank with very hot water, pull the trigger, and let the clean, hot water flow through the valve. Perhaps it will free up. If not, the valvle will have to be replace. Either way, once it is working, ALWAYS flush the entire system with hot, clean, clear water to remove any cleaning solution in the system or it will only clog again

Jan 01, 2008 | Dirt Devil Easy Steamer Upright Wet/Dry...

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Dirt Devil Easy Steamer Deluxe


Follow the plastic extension that runs from the trigger through the length of the handle. This requires more disassembly that at just the trigger. At the end of the plastic extension you will find a triangular-shaped "ramp" that pushes against a "button" plunger that opens the valve that releases solution. When you release the trigger, the triangular ramp retreats and the plunger is supposed to be pushed back out by an internal spring in the valve. This plunger sticks because of accumulated soap from evaporated solution. Try cleaning that valve and plunger by running clean, hot water through the system OR replace the valve. In the future ALWAYS thoroughly flush the system with hot, clean water after using the machine.

Jul 15, 2007 | Dirt Devil Easy Steamer Upright Wet/Dry...

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