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Disengaged. My sewing machine fell and now the motor works but it doesn't work the needle. Is there something that comes apart when if falls?

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Breathtaking really.

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Yes there are parts that come apart when dropped. Mostlikely the needle bar has become disconnected and it would be best to take it to a technician (yellow pages) as it will need to be re-timed. Good luck. Rick

Posted on Aug 22, 2007

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