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Wednesday, May 23, 2012

There's

another common issue, with not just the 900 Series Berninas, but with all of the models with this feature:

No, that's not some freaky bit out of Fritz Lang's Metropolis...
It's the thingy that controls the basting stitches on every model after the 830 Record.

Now what happens is, if it's not used for a while...stuff builds up on it.
And then it gets used. and the pin that connects the drive to the needle bar, slides back out of place. But because of the grit/goo/gunk it can't properly reengage the bar. SO the machine stops sewing...
It's not a hard fix, if you know what you're doing, it just takes a little time :)



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