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White Speedylock differential Model @ 1500

When machine is fully threaded, do you you pull the threads straight back oir to the side tio begin sewibng?

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Straight back

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Nov 02, 2012 | Sewing Machines

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My white speedylock 1600 is being difficult.. The top threads lay and look perfect.. but the bottom threads are loose.. What can I do about this?


This machine has differential feed (top tension is different from bottom and fabric feed rate can be different from bottom). turn the dials for tension and feed rates to adjust. Adjust bottom tension to tighten bottom threads and possibly speed up bottom feed rate. Tough to say without more info.

Good luck and please rate me.

From White Sewing web site.

"Are wavy fabrics making you seasick? Do puckers leave a sour taste in your mouth? Then you need differential feed. It eliminates distortion and wavy seams when serging knits, plus it prevents puckers and pulled seams on lightweight fabrics. Turn the dial again for instant gathers.

Nov 23, 2009 | White Sewing Speedylock 1600 Mechanical...

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Loops cross over on both sides - wavy pattern develops


Several things may be causing this.

First, make sure that the wire rack is DIRECTLY above the cones of thread (it may be backward). The thread must come straight up from the cone as it pulls off. Not coming straight up will cause a wavy stitch because of the thread dragging on one side of the cone.

Make sure that the threads are fully pulled into the tensioners, not riding on top of the discs.

Inspect the needle plate and ensure that the stitch forming pins and or fingers are intact.

Aug 18, 2009 | Juki MO-644D Mechanical Sewing Machine

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I am unable to get the machine to work. The thread breaks all the


When you re thread, make sure you take out your straight needle threads. completely then re thread the entire machine again. If this does not work. Thread your machine turn all tensions to 0 and pull your threads through at the needle point. slowly.

Nov 23, 2008 | White Sewing Speedylock 1600 Mechanical...

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Aug 28, 2008 | White Sewing 935 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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White Speedylock 1634 upper looper foot broke, need new one.Please help.


Contact a sewing machine dealer in your area. He can probably order the parts for you.
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Jun 11, 2008 | Singer White Speedylock 1634

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Keeps cutting the thread from inside the machine


Make sure all of your threads are in between the tension dials. Sounds that the machine isn't catching because of the tension. Good Luck

Apr 06, 2008 | White Sewing Speedylock 1600 Mechanical...

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Treading my serger


When you thread the serger, your suppose to start threading the 3rd spool (left to right) first, then the 4th spool, then thread the 2nd spool which ends up in the second needle (left to right), There is a lever or bottom looper that the thread must go through before placing thread through the 2nd needle. Finally, the last spool to thread is the 1st spool (left to right). Follow the threading pattern and once you put the thread through the two loops that look like springs, turn the wheel at the right toward you until you can see like a lever with a ****, thread that **** from the back then put the thread through the machine to the right. Turn the knob to toward you again until the upper looper is showing, then you have the put your thread through the hole in that looper then through the first needle. You should now have 4 thread toward the back of your machine which you need to place under the presser foot and to the left side of the machine. There is also a VHS video that goes with the machine to help explain how to thread your serger. Also be sure that each spool of thread is in the tension of the upper colored tension wheels. If it is not, then your stitiches will be loose. Good luck and I hope this helps. I had to watch the video several times before I got it. If you don't have the video, try ebay for and perhaps you can obtain one. The video is Speedylock 1600, instructional video, USA Part #136000016, Perhaps you can contact White and see if they have one you could purchase.
Good Luck Serging!!!!

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