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It will turn on but i can not get it to stitch is there anything i can do at home to fix it

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  • margarose Jan 02, 2011

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I am having the same issue with mine...brand new out of box and my thread is bunching and tangeling under the foot from the bobber thread...have yet to make one stitch...so if you get an answer...let me know please and I will do likewise...

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