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#21293 Jan 29, 2008

i was stitching out a FSL design on two layers of vilene. the vilene got a hole in it when heavy satin stitching for a leaf was stitching out and the thread broke. i moved to a different part of the hoop with a different design and rethreaded the needle with the needle threader. again, the thread broke so i changed out the needle and BURNT my fingers! the needle was very hot. i have never had this experience before.

after changing the needle i started on a different stitchout. the needle came out and jammed into the bobbin works. i now have a clang-cling noise. so, it is off to a dealer i go.

other problems are: the knobs on the front do not respond well when i use them to make adjustments. the thread cutter in the bobbin area is way dull and when the thread does cut it jumps back and the needle will not pick it up. these two ailments have been going on for sometime and i have just put up with them. now i want them to work the way they are supposed to. and i am going to get a new needle threader!!



quiltingnut814

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#21304 Jan 29, 2008

I'm sorry this had to happen.

Please share with us what your tech says after the machine's doctor

appointment.

Cindy



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#21385 Jan 29, 2008

Are you waiting for the thread cutter to completely finish? Sometimes if it

isn't all done, next time through the thread won't catch the bobbin. Hopefully

that may help.

Nina

In a message dated 1/29/2008 4:55:31 A.M. Mountain Standard Time,

quiltingnut814@... writes:

when the thread does cut it jumps back and the needle will not pick it up.



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