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that would probably be great if the remote had a MODE button?!

SWANN Home... | Answered 4 hours ago

I would think it's not wired in right. The Shore power sensor circuit may be tied in to Generator power. Control panel would bypass this shore power sensing circuit.

Electrical... | Answered 4 hours ago

Did you happen to reload your bobbin and then it started shortly there after?

Maybe try a different fabric, thread, and bobbin, just to test the machine.

Singer 1120... | Answered 4 hours ago

Hello Etta
It is located on the right side on the front of the machine. Please refer to page 4, item number 8 in the manual which is also available for free at this link

Please give me a thumbs if if this is useful, otherwise please do leave me a message with the query.

Happy stitching and happy quilting.


PfaFF Sewing... | Answered 4 hours ago

seems like a voltage drop due to a loose connection, or weak power supply. Read the voltage as it happens at the thermostat and at the heater.

Heating &... | Answered 4 hours ago

I had the same problem last night and this morning. Its in the manual. I had to take the fan off of the back and vaccuum out all of the dust/lint that built up and it was a lot. It is a safety feature. It's a overheating protection feature that usually triggers if there is build up in the fan, front vent or vent pipe to the outside. I hope this helps.

Rinnai Toyostove... | Answered 4 hours ago

check for gas, check for ignitor spark, check the flame sensor.

Heating &... | Answered 4 hours ago

Bench test. With heater tore apart, energized, a volt meter connected across the sensor will indicate a voltage when it opens. take note of aproximate temperature and compare with the sensor temp rated value.
It takes a bit of skill to trouble shoot, repair, and put it back together. Toss it out if in doubt.

Lasko Heating &... | Answered 4 hours ago

You must purchase this poor quality app to gain access.

WinZip Computers... | Answered 4 hours ago

if there are no vacuum and exhaust leaks, and the oxigen sensor voltage is lazy and stays low in the 1-200 mv range, replace it. The tps voltage, adjust the sensor to about 1 volt. Check the oxigen sensor again, the tps out of range may induce the O2 sensor into a wrong operating range.

1984 Oldsmobile... | Answered 4 hours ago

get a small piece of friction material such as similar to coarse sand paper or emery cloth, it's a friction material, and stick it on the floor tile area.

Building... | Answered 4 hours ago

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