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Pfaff grand quilter 18.8 with Q-Bot, and having problems with the stitch regulator. Anyone else have this problem? Any solutions?

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The up and down buttons are not working properly. When pressing the needle down button, the needle does go down and then comes right back up. pressing the needle up button makes the needle shoot up and down 2 times very fast. HELP

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