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I have a Montgomery Ward model 1934 sewing machine. The reverse button has no tension and the machine is stuck in reverse stitch mode. Can this be repaired?

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You may want to take it for service. Could be the machine has seized with the reverse button stuck. May need to be disassembled.

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