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My hobbylock 774 stops sewing...i've listen a plastic cracking...maybe i've broke something? It has all sewing thread strung...can you help me?

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The 774 is a very nice serger. Take the needles out and turn the handwheel and listen for the noise. Put two NEW needles in and listen for the sound. If it isn't right, take it to a repair person before the problems escalate.

Posted on Oct 01, 2009

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