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Hats Off to Toledo Sewing Machines

Started by Therapy, January 20, 2014, 07:11:20 am

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    Hi Folks
    Yes its been a while.
    as you can see im moveing in this slowley

    My cluchs motor was giving fits runaway you no
    So pulled the trigger and called Bob on a wenday around 2:00
    To order the new servo motor was nice talking to Bob again

    After i order it i removed the cluch motor wow its heavy
    its fell in the floor broke the pulley.
    Guess what the servo motor was at my house the next day
    AT 2:00  now thats service
    I had the motor on and the Machine runing by 5:00

       And did i say i have control of the Machine
       Just Love it   no more runaway  wahooo
        So a BIG Thanks to Bob
           Mike H
Juki 563


Good tosee you therapy.
Alot of people are moving to servos my clutches are still fine.
Do you still have the bayliner?


hi Mike yes I still have the Bayliner overheated engine 2 years ago
had to put new heads on that's all 500 bucks I was back in the water

looks like I'm ready to start doing boat  tops I have a Bimini To do for a 79 Carver fly bridge
I think its a 32 photo  damn speech recognition?
I bought the press n Snap tool with all the snaps needed

and A new Eagle Hot knife                 hop ni

Juki 563


January 20, 2014, 09:07:22 am #3 Last Edit: January 20, 2014, 01:28:33 pm by Mike
Sounds like you could  fix It yourself. Thats a good  thing
Speech recognition i k ow all about. 3 years ago i had a stroke that left me sith Wful speech. Call someplace and get a machine lol. "Did you say?" No no lol

Toledo Mach. Sales

Hello Mike,
I'm glad it got there quick,you never know what happens w/UPS sometimes.
Thanks, Bob
We sell New& Used Industrial Sewing Machines,Parts,Needles & Thread.


February 02, 2014, 06:47:50 am #5 Last Edit: February 02, 2014, 06:52:00 am by gene
Thank you Bob.

My clutch motor quit working. I emailed my local sewing machine repair guy with pictures. I didn't hear back from him so I emailed Bob. I thought maybe the cork pads were worn.

Bob said it was probably PEBSMAC.

Well, actually Bob did not say that. I did. Bob said the cork looked fine and it may be a matter of adjusting the wing nut on the back of it and checking the linkage to the foot pedal.

I was in the middle of a major project, using my other sewing machine, and just got back to working on the motor. I did as Bob suggested and it works great! It actually seems to work better than before, which would make sense, now that it's adjusted correctly.

I got an email back from my guy here in town saying I need a new clutch motor.

Again, thank you Bob.


PS: PEBSMAC means: Problem Exists Between Sewing Machine And Chair.