Take out the bobbin.. then thares 2 clips/ on the bobbin. open these and release the innner bobbin now remove the 2 innner parts. then useing a small brush clean out the bottom of the machine. replace parts. re thread the machine from start. replace in freshly wound bobbin. should do the trick for you/
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try changing the needle--make sure it's the correct one for the fabric being sewed rethread the machine ---using every thread guide try using a different bobbin try turning the bobbin over the other direction clean under the needle plate and in the bobbin area for lint also could be a timing problem and the machine would need to be checked at a sewing machine repair shop
try these suggestions change the needle rethread the machine top 7 bobbin ---make sure the presser foot is in the up position before rethreading--use every thread guide clean under the needle plate & in the bobbin area for lint make sure the thread has not come off the thread take up lever make sure the bobbin is turned the right way in the bobbin case & that the bobbin is not over full
try changing the needle try tightening the top tension one number or letter at a time till the stitch look better take the bobbin out & reinsert the bobbin into the bobbin case, also make sure the bobbin is not damaged clean under the needle plate & in the bobbin area for loose threads or lint
First, open the needle plate and make sure the bobbin area is clean and free of lint and thread.
Check the needle to make sure it is not bent and is properly inserted into the holder - usually with the flat side facing to the back of the machine.
Refer to your manual for bobbin insertion to be sure the thread is feeding from the bobbin in the correct direction and through the proper guides.
Always thread a sewing machine with the presser foot up. This opens the tension control and allows the thread to properly enter.
When the foot is down, the tension control closes to the sewing setting and if the thread is not in place, there is no tension on the thread and it gets loopy.
After threading, lower and raise the needle while holding onto the thread tail. This will pull the bobbin thread up through the needle plate. Take hold of both threads and take them under the presser foot and to the back of the machine.
Hand walk the first stitch when sewing and this should keep the top and bottom thread from tangling.
When stopping to change the position of the fabric (turning a corner, sewing a curved seam for example), do so with the needle down into the fabric. This not only anchors the fabric so it does not slip, but prevents mis-stitching.
If you are doing everything according to the manual and are still having a problem, the machine may need to be professionally serviced.
At first, my machine was getting all tangled under the fabric and then would stop working because it was tangled in the bobbin area. Now the bobbin area is staying clear but there are no stiches being made. I have no idea what to do. email@example.com