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If you had a new pressure foot (as technicians like myself would have on the truck) you could plug a new one in and see if the pressure switch sensor inside thinks it's pushed down all the time. Your possibilities are either a bad main control board or a bad pressure foot. You would really have to replace one of the parts to know if it fixes the problem and then if not you know the other is at fault. If it does fix the problem then obviously that was the part causing your problem. There isn't a reset other than unplugging the unit for 60 seconds.
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