OMG Quite a challenge; but I'm glad you both did it !! Well done...
and keep on sewing I would say :-)
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I am glad you got your thread bind out. Living far from sewing repair shops must be difficult.
Please note, a friend of mine repairs machines. WD40 is a water displacement product. It will not lubricate your machine for long. The factory and repair persons use a special grease (more like a petroleum jelly than an oil) to make it not need regular user oiling.
Thank you for the info about oil and grease... great for next time!!
Wow, they are a complicated piece of machinery and electronics. You must be very proud of you son to save the day. Thank you for posting these pictures.
I LOVE seeing the insides of 'things' and thought some of the Cuties would enjoy the pictures as well!
So glad he was able to fix it for you, I too have a son who is a computer genius, when I am in trouble with my sewing soft wear or computer he is who I turn to.
Oh my and you are very brave! I'm so glad your son was able to fix it and your machine is up and running again. I've never seen the insides so interesting to see what the machine looks like without its 'skin'
impressive inside....I don't think I would dare to do this...but great the problem is fixed !
So glad he got it fixed for you Dolly. They are temperamental little darlings aren't they? Love Chris
Interesting to see! Good job 👍
I should mention that I brought my machine from the US to Saudi Arabia so there is no guarantee or maintaince coverage and I'm not too sure that the Singer Dealer here is sure of working on Brother machines, that plus my machine is 14 year old so was in need for a cleaning and oiling he he