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Singer 7436 buttonhole problem

I made buttonholes one time and it worked perfectly. Following the exact same steps, all I get is a beep from the computer and it will not sew. Take it off buttonhole stitch and it works fine. Please help.

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I have found that the problem lies with the button hole pull down. Either it is too far down, or too far up. The problem that I have with it now is that it will never sew the button holes consistantly. I will set it where the button hole needs to be, and it will then proceed to place it where it wants to. Any help on this problem?

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