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Error message My machine keeps telling me to lower the pressure foot and \i have aready lowered t

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Re: Error message

Try unplugging the power from the machine for a few minutes and let the computer reset itself. While you have the machine unplugged from the electrical current try putting a few drops of oil on the lever that lowers the pressure foot. Then work the lever up and down a few times and reconnect the power.

Posted on Jan 19, 2008

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