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Bliss 14’ Table Not Level

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Have you put a perfectly straight piece of wood or metal along the rail to determine whether it's bowed or not? I'm betting it isn't, because APQS put a lot of engineering into that Bliss rail. What's likely happening is that the weight of the power cord is pulling the head to the center of the table, since there's almost no resistance on the Bliss rails. My machines like to live in the middle of the table, too, but I just lower the handles to the Quilt Top roller canvas when I want them to stay at one end or the other - just that much resistance keeps them in position. You can also drape one of the elastic clamp straps over a handle or over the bottom of the head to tether the head.


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Barbara Mayfield
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AND Quilt Path owner!!!

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1085 12th Ave. NW, Suite D2

Issaquah, WA  98027

 

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Try unplugging the machine and hang the cord on top of the machine and see if it still happens.  I’ve heard the Bliss is so light the weight of the cord will drag the machine to the centre if that is where it is plugged in.

 

Nigel


Brenda Wells - Green Millie. Sold November 2017
Nigel Wells - Ultimate 1 with Intellistitch & IQ.  Sold January 2019

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