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Shut down in the middle of sewing and will not turn back on.

I was in the middle of sewing through some fairly thick material on my Jenome 9000 and the machine cut off. The machine will not come back on no matter what I do. Any suggestions?

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Was it tired? The bobbin case is locked in place, because of tread or lint.
The "hook" will not move. Take the bobbin unit apart and clean and oil the hook (yes, oil, just a Q-tip amount).

Keep on Sewing

Posted on Sep 06, 2009

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