Yesterday was spent driving through the mountains to the Husqvarna dealer that is about an hour away. I had made an appointment to have two of my machines checked. One just needed to be checked and cleaned, and the other I thought had a huge issue which fortunately turned out not to be a huge issue but I had it checked and cleaned while it was there.
The technician allowed me to watch what he was doing so I got to see guts of both of my machines. Since I'm so far away, the technician also spent some time showing me different things that I can check on my machine without causing an issue with my warranty. Believe me when I say that it isn't going to an issue because with the computerized machines there are just too many wires. Curiosity is one thing and I certain got to check my machine out well today but if taking a cover off requires unplugging several electronic components you had been know what was unplugged from where.
So Behemoth is safely home and ready to go to work. Now, I just need to figure out a project or two to check it all out. My older machine actually did come up with a slight issue. It was decided to not worry with it at this time. The one stitch that the tech pick to stitch wouldn't stitch. Since it was a stitch I never use, I decided to leave it as it is until something else that is used fails.
Now, you know going into the dealer means that you get to look at a lot of great stuff - fabric, notions, patterns, and accessories for your machine. I'll have more at that one another day.