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Help with Millie (2002) Power

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I'm quilting along and the Millie just stops. I saw the post in here about replacing the fuse and have done that. Nothing. Don't know what else to do.

I haven't quilted in several months, so wondering what happens. Wouldn't you know, I REALLY NEED it this weekend. What are the chances?????

Sad Face Deb


Deb Cannon

Millennium

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Don't know much to offer but the obvious:

1. Check circuit breaker in house.

2. If machine is plugged into a power strip, try plugging directly into wall.....or make sure the power strip is turned on. Sometimes power strips go bad.

3. Try plugging into a different receptacle. Sometimes receptacles go bad.


Georgene Huggett
APQS Sales, Service, Education
Poquoson, Virginia
http://www.GeorgeneQuilts.com
APQS Millennium with Quilt Path

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How bizarre!

My DH and I took the back off to check things out after he sortof banged on the plug and a light flashed. He banged again, and the lights briefly went on, then right back out. Was apparent a connection wasn't being made. So he checked out the many little things that plug in back there and one was out. We just plugged it back in, but it popped out once more. DH had to really sortof force it to stay in its spot with some pliers. I don't know which one it was, neither did he. It was one of several right in the back of the plug.

So she's off and running now. DH is my hero!!!!!! Gotta go reward him :o


Deb Cannon

Millennium

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Ok Deb, lets face it -- sometimes it is worth the reward!!;)

Sandra


Sandra Guilbeau, M. Ed.

Denham Springs, Louisiana

APQS -- Sales.Service.Education

Certified Superior Threads Educator

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