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Have you changed the needle and made sure it is seated correctly, also the wrong bobbin or the bobbin being I wrong can also make a lot of noise.
On Apr 16, 2020, at 2:01 PM, Jean Olson <jean_olson@...> wrote:
I bought this machine recently and first used from embroidery and the thread cutter worked just fine. However, I later found that when I am in sewing mode, it makes a horrible noise and I think the needle point is hitting something. Well, like
so many, I have been only doing sewing - masks. It would be quicker and easier on my hands if it were working. I was actually planning on taking it in, when our restrictions started. As a senior, I am pretty much housebound. Might there be anything that I
could check to see what is happening and perhaps at least remedy it temporarily?
By the way, I am enjoying sewing on it. I have a 6600 but I enjoy using this one more. I actually had a 15000 that I bought used but it was just overkill for me and I was irritated by it. I was leery about selling it - thought I probably would regret it. Finally
I did sell it and haven't regretted it at all. Beautiful machine but just too over the top for me:-)