I have just finished with this piece of junk. I have spent 2 hours trying everything I can think of to stop the thread breaking at the needle. I have tried 4 different needles, 3 different threads, fiddled with the tension 10 times rethreaded the needle over 20 times, checked the bobbin 4 times, and I can't sew more than 10 inches without the thread breaking. This is not the first time. Every single solitary time I start to quilt a new quilt I have this problem or something similar. I don't know why I finish quilt tops because I can't quilt them. I just spent over $300 having the stupid thing completely serviced at the beginning of summer. I had to wait while they shipped it somewhere for that because even though I have a store that sells them near my town, nobody services them there. I looked on this website to see if there was anything else that might help and this website is also a piece of junk. My advice to people considering buying at Handiquilter.is to save your money and buy something better. If I knew how to use a blow torch I would cut this piece of junk up so I would never be tempted to turn it on again. I know you won't publish this comment, but I am hoping that I will feel slightly better having written it. It is the best I have felt all day because my day was completely ruined by this machine. I needed to finish this baby quilt for a gift and that ain't gonna happen because I bought a lemon.
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