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My machine is turning of without advice, what can I do?

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Hi, maybe you can help? my toshiba a10 powers off due to overheating but the mains light flashes al the timewhen off even with just mans and no battery, mike

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It could be swiching off due to over heating ? as most laptops do for saftey lisen to here if your fan is working ?

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This was posted on a Bernina group site. Probably good advice for other sewing machine brands as well. Wish I could give more credit to the poster but don't have more information:

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I don't post much here but I am a constant lurker.

This was posted on one of my FB groups by a well respected Bernina tech.


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