I have replaced it serveral times but it blew it again. My husband cleaned it really good. First it starts by breaking the needles and then it just stops. What it sews, it sews good. I have not even been able to try the embroidery part. Any suggestions? Thanks. Denalilady
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You can check inside the power supply unit for a fuse, but I think he probably blew a voltage regulator and the power supply will need to be replaced.
Contact an authorized Husqvarna Viking repair center.
The old oil and lubricants are most likely in some stage of solidification and caused the machine to labor to turn. This causes the safety fuse to blow so that the circuit board does not overload.
Replacing the fuse is buried deep within one for the circuit boards and requires a knowledgeable service person to extract it and also address the reason the fuse blew in the first place so that it doesn't happen again.