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My husqvarna machine won't sew. it just beeps and the foot symbol flashes on the screen. i can sometimes fiddle it to start again by turning on and off, taking off foot etc, just random attempts to get going without knowledge of what is wrong. sometimes works but now it is completely stuck. Was thinking it might need a clean inside but not sure how to open it up. It's a 'rose' machine.

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Ensure that the buttonhole lever is all the way down. Also, ensure that it is point STRAIGHT down, and is not pushed by the buttonhole foot in any way.
Or you can do a complete cleanup.

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