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1  SEWING IN GENERAL / Sewing Machines: Discussion and Questions / Euro-Pro 1260 (Denim Pro) on: October 22, 2006 02:18:38 PM
I've had my machine for a few years now and over the last two years have used it more and more.  No matter what I do I just cannot get my tension to adjust properly.  I've even spent $99 to get the darn thing serviced and adjusted.  (which really pissed me off when I thought what a substantial amount that is towards a new machine, which I couldn't justify since technically it's not broken)

Has anyone had any problems or suggestions for success with this particular model?

I've been snooping around at some of the new stuff they have out there from Euro-Pro/Stark and it doesn't LOOK half bad, but using something is another story.  I'm not completely turned off by their product.  The machine I have is extremely sturdy and has survived several moves and storages with my military life.

Any suggestions, success, or horror stories with said model and line in general would be really helpful. 
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