Question about Vacuums
SOURCE: I need to know how
This is a job for a professional sewing machine repairman. Any retiming must be caliberated accurately in order to sew properly.
Unless you have the proper timing figures and calibrating tools and know how, I would take it to a professional.
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
SOURCE: i have the brother Ls-2000
adjust your tension.You probably did not wind your bobbin properly as well.Make sure you oil your machine every month or so and make sure your bobbin is seated properly before you sew.
Go slower with the pressure foot speed and use the right needle.ALWAYS test on scrap of your sewing material first!!!
I have this machine for like 2 years and can do 2-5oz cowhide and buffalo leather on it (no joke, and it works FLAWLESSLY) inside it has full steel construction,just needs regular oiling compared to pro machines and easily made a few grand $$$ with it while my pro machine is getting repaired (I don't even bother with my pro machine anymore) But you MUST oil it every month and use the RIGHT needle and adjust your tension properly
Also pull out the thread a good 6 inches from the needle and bobbin before dropping the pressure foot and sewing.
Best $70 bucks (WITH TAX) I spent hell,the leather I use costs more than the machine!
Posted on Feb 07, 2011
SOURCE: Thread and bobbin both threaded
Check that the thread is tight around the bobbin. Make sure that the bobbin is in the right way around - the bobbin thread should double back on itself coming out of the bobbin holder. The bobbin tension adjustment is the small screw in the plate on the bobbin case that the thread passes under as it comes off the bobbin and goes out.
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
SOURCE: where can I get a
Not sure if this is the complete manual but only site where I could find it available for free:
Click on Download/Visit to receive the manual in zip format.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
SOURCE: I need a user guide
i went on line on how to thread an industrial machine and the the bobbin is the opposite of a regular machine. when handleing the bobbin have it so the thread is going down the right side so it looks like a number nine.hope this helps
Posted on Jun 11, 2011
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Theres a number of causes of such problems. You will simply just have to run a check on some of the components below:
If it is the upper thread that is breaking, check Rethread your machine. An incorrectly threaded machine can cause thread to break.
Decrease the tension on your machine. The tension may be too tight for your thread.
Reposition the spool of thread on the spindle. You know that little nick in the edge of a spool that's used to hold the loose end of the thread? Your thread may be catching on this nick as you sew. Place your spool so that this nick rests against the bottom of the spindle.
Reinsert your needle. Make sure it goes all the way into the holder and that it's positioned correctly, usually with the flat side away from the bobbin, but consult your machine's manual to be sure.
Change your needle. Your needle may be bent or dull. The eye of your needle may have a nick in it that's cutting the thread as you sew. Or the eye of your needle may be too small for your thread, in which case, change to a larger needle. And make sure your needle is appropriate for the weight and type of your fabric.
Change your thread. Your thread may be weak. Or your thread may be fuzzy and irregular, causing it to catch in the eye of your needle as you sew. Cheap thread tends to be weak and fuzzy, so make sure to use a quality, brand name thread. And if you've been sewing with an older cotton thread, which can dry out and become brittle with age, try a newer thread.
Check your presser foot for damage to the needle hole.A burr in your presser foot's needle hole may be cutting your thread. Gently smooth any rough spot you find with an emery cloth.
Also, There may be a burr in one of your thread guides, in which case, you may need to have your machine professionally serviced to have the part replaced.
If your lower thread is breaking: Reinsert your bobbin. Your bobbin may not be seated properly in its case.
Rethread your bobbin. Your bobbin may be threaded incorrectly or the thread may be tangled.
Remove some of the thread from your bobbin. If your bobbin is very full (if it's hard to insert into the case, it's too full), this may be keeping your bobbin from turning smoothly.
Rewind your bobbin thread. If your bobbin thread is wound unevenly, this may be keeping your bobbin from turning smoothly.
Try a new bobbin. There could be a nick along the edge of your bobbin spool that's catching your thread as you sew.
Clean the lint from your bobbin case.Lint in your bobbin case could be keeping your bobbin from working properly.
Check the needle hole in your throat plate for rough spots. A burr in the needle hole of your throat plate (usually caused by the needle hitting the throat plate) could be cutting your thread. Gently smooth any rough spot you find with an emery cloth.
Hope this helped. Goodluck Elect_Comp
Posted on Aug 31, 2011
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