Testing the repaired long arm and everything was going swimmingly until a needle broke. No big deal ... usually. But this time part of the broken needle lodged in the hook mechanism and jammed the machine. To get it out we had to remove the hook assembly and that means resetting the timing. More testing required. Good thing there is a resident repair squad.
This is where the motor is supposed to be. We've been having issues for several weeks and finally had to send the motor and the control boards off to the manufacturer in Utah.
Helen Maslowski is the owner and operator of Cedar House Quilting. She is ably assisted by her most charming partner Geoffrey. (Can you guess who wrote this?)