Have you ever tried to fix your own sewing machine? I got to see exactly how my Juki TL-2010Q looked on the inside when I took it apart – under supervision, of course!
She wasn’t broken really. The circuit (or whatever it is) that makes the needle disengage and stop moving when I am filling bobbins stopped working. I could still sew fine. And fill bobbins too – if I didn’t mind the needle going up and down a million miles a minute while I did it.
Since this sewing machine is still under warranty, I called the help line, chatted with a technician a bit, and he explained how to remove the top cover from the head (it’s actually called that). I then emailed him this photo that I took with my iPhone.
After he saw the photo, he sent me a UPS label so I could send the top part in for repair. Thank goodness he can fix it without me sending in the whole machine… it’s heavy!
I love this sewing machine so much I put it on my list of the best sewing machines you can buy on Amazon.
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