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Machine Threading My machine won't sew, I threaded everything correctly but my machine still won't sew plus its a new machine, help please!

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Sorry Barbara but it is impossible to give you a solution on here, there could be any amount of reasons why your machine will not sew, it needs looking at by a sewing machine tech or someone with a similiar machine.
Only other thing I can suggest, if it is a new machine you should have a user manual, very carefully and slowly start at the front of the manual and work carefully through everything step by step.
Best of luck
Rob

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