Question about White Sewing Superlock 2000 ATS Mechanical Sewing Machine
When serging, the fabric advances, the thread advances, but it's not actually sewing. I'm just left with holes where the needles went in. For some reason the thread isn't catching.
I changed the needles, opened it up and did my best to clean it out (not unscrewing anything that is), rethreaded it too.
I remember in the past it being picky about the order that it has to be threaded - does anyone know which lower looper is best to thread first?
any other ideas?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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