Question about Sewing Machines
Hi Stacbac & Monogrammom,
Could be a number of causes - below are a few to consider:
Beyond blowing out any fuzz (canned air or a small air compressor) if a sensor or computer board is bad, a reputable dealer will need to take care of the problem for you (generally one who sells your brand machine as they will be able to get the parts and install them properly).
Not a perfect answer (not knowing specific machine models) but hopefully this will help you narrow down what's happening.
Kim & Linnette
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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