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Designer 1 stops sewing in the middle of long run of decorative stitch

It worked fine for about 30 minutes, then it stopped and started making a whirring noise. I've been all through the books, cleaned, changed, and rebooted everything, still no sewing, just whirring. If I can't get this fixed I'm going back to Bernina! Any suggestions other than throwing off the pier?
Thanks!
Holly in Florida

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Sounds like the motor belt came off the machine, your description makes that sound exactly like what the problem is.

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