Hi There, I have a SINGER Professional XL-100 sewing machine. I accidentally broke the LCD display glass screen. I was wondering if anyone could direct me to a website that could sell me a new or second hand LCD screen. I would pay for the courier fees and have it fitted myself. I live in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. The back of the panel has a #9050 number on it. (not sure if that is the part number) Many thx, Paul Dinis
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Have no idea as to what it's worth, but if your new at selling, there are services located all over the country that specialize in valuing, listing your merchandise on Ebay, taking photos and setting up the Ebay listing, completing the sale, packing and shipping the product to the buyer.
They usually take a hefty 50%% or so for their efforts, but you don't have to do anything. Google "selling on Ebay" and your city, state to find one close to you.
hi penie92 .Just read your posting.For the LCD screen not to show any characters then I am afraid you need a new display board.Could you please tell me what light is lit?Is this the light for the LCD display?Please reply with additional information and I can help you rectify this fault.
Yes if the bobbing case is not put back correctly it can cause all sorts of problems. Do you have the instruction book for the machine? If so just have a look through and it should show you in detail how to take the bobbin and case out to clean it, then with these instructions you should be able to fit it correctly.
Otherwise if you have a look at the metal case that the bobbin case fits into (its called a hook race) and there should be markers like an arrow or lines, when the bobbin case is fitted back in these markers are lined up and there also should be a notch at the front of the case and this sits to the left of the stopper. Just make sure there are no threads caught up in the hook race, that can stop your machine from working too. The only thing that I can think could be causing your thread to come out is the tension but if you've checked that just try and fix the bobbin, this may be all thats wrong.
Good luck, hope this helps.
I have the same problem and the part that the bobbin sits in is called a STITCH LENGTH CONTROL CRANK Part number 312801 That's all I could find out. Unfortunately for me - that little lip on that part broke off. I didn't realize it had come loose and when I changed out the bobbin - crunch! Do you know where to get parts online???