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Date: 1/16/13 3:54 PM

Hi, I have a brother nx 250 and my son just dropped a penny in the side air vent!!!!. What do I do? Do I go take it in. How can I take it out. Please help . Thanks in advance.

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Date: 1/16/13 5:01 PM

I don't have one of these so just bumping the thread to see if anyone else knows. Do you see anyway to open it to take it out?

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Date: 1/16/13 5:17 PM

Once when in the Bernina dealership I saw them unscrew the casing off the machine to retrieve a like item. You might see if you can do the same. . If not .. I am sure it won't be much of a charge for a tech to see to that. Good luck

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Date: 1/16/13 5:20 PM

Don't know what it looks like... but you can't possibly turn it over and shake it out the same way it came in, can you?

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Date: 1/16/13 8:37 PM

Thanks for a quick response. I think I am going to take it in. I am afraid to take my machine apart from the bottom. In 3 years of owning my machine nothing has happened to it tell now. I am glad its a penny in the vent instead of something major. Thanks again for suggestions.

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Date: 1/16/13 10:12 PM

Call ahead and ask if you can watch. It should not be difficult seeing this is part of routine service by their tech.

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Date: 1/17/13 9:02 AM

Thanks I will do that

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