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Holy tards talk about having no clue the guy asked about a melted switch for polarity not about all this other bunk. Ok so first off on front that ain’t a switch it’s just a dial indicator that points to either positive or negative polarity , unscrew the knob then unscrew the four nuts turn the bridge 90 degrees and reinstall the nuts and screw the indicator back in
You declined to specify the make and model of your player, so I'm assuming it has a control dial on the front. "Turn" the dial clockwise to increase or counterclockwise to decrease the volume. If your player doesn't have a control dial on the front, please reply to this post and specify the make and model of your player.
You didn't specify the make and model of your player, so I'm assuming it has a control dial on the front. "Turn" the dial clockwise to increase or counterclockwise to decrease the volume. If your player doesn't have a control dial, please reply to this post and specify the make and model of your player.
The little white button on the lower right front of the machine is the button that drops the feed teeth. If it is pressed in the feed teeth are down, push in a lift upward to be sure it's in the "Up" position. Then look on the left side of the machine, you'll see a dial, (NOT the dial facing you as you sit in front of the machine) make sure the red dot on the dial is lined up with the red dot on the painted part of the machine.
Finally look at the dial on the front of the machine. The one with the little button in the center of it. Put it on the number 3. If your machine doesn't feed fabric after doing what I've outlined then you need to take it in for service.
that is your only solution but u might find u can buy a second hand machine that works for u to get parts off this will proberly be cheaper than buying a timer thats what id do u get more for your money m8