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I am not able to depress the machine lock button in order to thread the machine. So I can't use it at all. It worked last night, but the problem arose when I tried to re-thread it for a different stitch.

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Push the looper lock button in firmly and rotate the handwheel towards you and it will lock. Usually people do not push hard enough to get it to spring into place. Very unusual for it to be anything different. Hope this helps if not let me know...

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I went through this very same problem just before Christmas. It seems the only thing that works is to remove all the thread from the machine. ALWAYS RAISE the presser foot and rethread from the beginning. Be sure to give each thread an extra tug when going through the tension mechanism to make sure it seats properly. ALWAYS thread each in the correct order (this is IMPERATIVE!). And, of course, verify the thread path for each is correct.

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If thread is breaking, it usually means it is threaded incorrectly--either you have missed a thread guide or have it looped somewhere it shouldn't be. The tension could also be too tight on that one thread.

RAISE the presser foot BEFORE threading!

Be sure you are threading each thread in the ORDER described in the owner's manual. Most machines are threaded in this order: 2nd thread from the right (upper looper), last thread on right (lower looper (this thread must cross over the top of the upper looper in the final step!!!), then the needles--but you must check your machine's manual for the correct order!

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