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Try dropping the feed dog, put on a free hand embroidery foot, turn the speed down to low and guiding it through using your hands. This may be OK for small areas but probably not large seams. I have done this and if the fabric sticks to the pressure plate put a piece of greese proof paper under the fabric. Good luck!
It takes about 24 hours to kill the fleas. In the meantime, vacuum your house really well and when you're done, throw the bag in a plastic bag and put it outside into the trash can. If you have one of those vacuums that have a wind tunnel thing, empty it into a plastic bag, outside, and leave it out there in the trash can until trash day. Fleas can live about 30 days without eating. You may need to spray your yard to kill any fleas out there, and also spray your house. If you have a bird, be very careful and maybe let the bird stay with a friend for a few days. Good luck. This is a very bad year for fleas.
Hello, first a few questions. Vivitar NV IR780 is it water proof? Has it been in
the water and or around large bodies of water? Has anyone tried to work on it?
If it got salt water in it, it's done. Salt water will cause electrical shorts
results short/burnt components. Also, if someone try to repair this NV devise
and it is manufactured for marine usage. Marine application NV devises are
epoxied together. Once the impervious barrier to water is broken then water can
infiltrate this water proof devise. Some times even dropping them will break the
water proof barrier. Let me know what you going to do with NV monocular. I'll
see what i can do. stewbison
No. Water ruins cameras, water and damage due to being dropped is even worse. Now that you've let it sit and dry corrosion will have set into various electronic and mechanical components and there will be residual conductive salts left where the water evaporated.
Your camera is unrepairable. Buy another one and take better care of it, or buy a rugged tough camera designed to be "you proof" or given that it fell down a toilet, maybe that should be "poo proof"...
Pull out the removable table and you will see the drop down feed dogs switch lever behind the back of the machine. Move that lever to the left or right to have feed dogs go back to normal sewing mode OR for embroidery mode.