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Free print manual

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I rethreaded bobbin fine but I can not get into bobbin area. Activa 135. The part that has the pole on it to load bobbin will not stay stable. Parts keep falling out of machine. Help

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Buzzing Bernina Activa 135, possible bad service?

First of all, the question is: does that machine buzz when it's turned on but without you stepping on the foot control? If so, the likely cause is the power supply board. It is not defective as such, but some boards (whether new or after some period of ownership) do have a buzz, and without question some boards are noiser than others. If that buzz bothers you, the only solution would be to have it replaced with another new or rebuilt one (which would have to be done through a Bernina dealer).

Second is the issue of the bobbin area needing to be oiled after it's been serviced. Assuming when you say it was serviced that it means you had the machine tuned-up, then the dealer THEMSELVES should have oiled this area when they did that service. The bobbin area does need to be oiled on a regular basis (once every 6-8 bobbins' worth of thread usage is a pretty good guide). It would be my opinion that the dealer you took the machine to is indeed feeding you a line (about the bobbin oiling right after service), and I personally would be trying another dealer should you need further service.

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