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Presser foot on handle wont lift - Husqvarna Viking 1

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Does the presser foot move at all when the machine is first turned on?
Do the needle and feed teeth calibrate when the machine is first turned on?
You probably need to locate your nearest authorized repair center.

Posted on Jun 12, 2008

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RichSew

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SOURCE: While sewing my presser foot would lift for no

The Viking Designer 1 has a presser foot sensor system in the head/needle bar area. I believe that you have some thread wrapped around a link in that area. Look closely in the area that the take-up lever is in and if you see a thread end, try to get a hold of it with tweezers and turn the handwheel backwards to see if it unwinds.

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1-turn power ON with ( i ) button held pressed for two second.

2- at left hand there\'s screen with two digit ( function No.) and at right hand there\'s screen with four digit ( value of function ).

3- go to function number ( 21 ) it was ( function of neutral presser lifting ) change the value from - or + to ( 1 ).

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4- change function 21 to 22 or 15 to save your changing.

5- turn power off then turn ON again. presser lifting was working.

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