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IjI need a new foot control for my old Elna model. It is an Elnasuper 62c/H401048. The foot control has the ID# of 447300-1, a new power chord would be great to. I have had this machine for40 years.

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Cant thread cotton correctly resulting in top cotton bunching around bobbin on my elna carina su sewing machine


Hi. Correct threading of your machine is absolutely essential for flawless function. I would suggest starting fresh, removing upper thread completely. For correct function, every threading point needs to be passed in the correct order. Every hole or thread guide should have thread going through it. Use a tweezer and pass the end of the cotton through each point, paying special attention to the tension discs and take-up lever. Double check to make sure you have light but firm tension on the thread (having lowered the presser foot, because tension is released when foot is up). Rotate the hand wheel slowly in it's normal direction to check function before attempting to sew.

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Where can I get my Elna machine fixed? It is quite an old model and the zigzag function is broken. I am in the Toronto Downtown region.


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Here is the email address for Great Western Sewing Machine Services in Toronto: brian@gwsms.com
He was the service manager for Elna, Toronto for many years.

Also, Norm Sewing Machine provides on-site servicing. Here is there phone: 416-993-4466

Hope this helps. If it does, I'd appreciate your vote. Thanks,

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When I plug in my power cord the light comes on but when I engage the presser foot nothing happens. This happened before so I bought a new presser foot and no problem however now it has happened with the...


I definitely can help you out here but need to know, what make / model vacuum are you referring to in your question here? It just shows "vacuum" as the item...

Please let me know, just reply to my answer here and I can help.

Thanks,
Tim

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This kind of switch will turn on the power when it's pressed down a little, but must be pressed down further for it to actually lock itself on. First, make sure that you're pressing it far enough. One way to tell is operate the switch with the vacuum unplugged. You'll here it click when it locks. Make sure there isn't a foreign object or gunk stuck under the foot pedal that's keeping it from moving the whole way. Finally, you'll have to open the vacuum up, with it unplugged, and check the power switch inside. Try operating the power switch with just your hand. If you think it needs a new switch, you'll easily be able to find one, and really should be able to find one for only a few bucks if you're willing to do the shopping. Just hook the new one up like the old one was.

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