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Serger won't run

My serger machine won't run ,i was working with it and all the sudden it stopped like it had stucked on some thing. the motor just makes a little bit of noise when i step on the paddle and then it won't run

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  • Anonymous Dec 11, 2007

    simplicity serger SL800. I cant get the thread to make a chain. It looks like it is threaded properly and needle inserted with scarf to the back. It was working fine till i had to change the needle.

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Check the needles and make sure the looper isn't stuck between the needles causing them to bind. Open the front cover and look at all the usual moving parts, Try to operate the unit by hand and carefully look at them to see if something is binding. If you have a digital camera take a picture of this area and post it if possible.

Posted on Jun 14, 2007

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