Question about Singer 14SH654
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The motor could have gone...........Did you smeel plastic burning?The footpedal may be broken.Ask a shop if you can buy one and return it if thats not the problem..
Posted on Mar 21, 2008
possible causes. not threaded correctly, actual probelm with tension, burr on neelde plate presser foot or looper. check to see if after you thread that particular tension if there is any resistance on the thread after it passs thru tension, if not see if thread or lint is in tension disc. clean out it present then try again.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
what should the tension dials be set on? A general idea. And, do you know what function each dial is? I do not have a manual for my machine.
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
SOURCE: Lower looper problems
Some sergers require they be threaded in a particular order. If not, they do not "knit" the threads.
Raise the thread antenna to it's highest position.
Open the tensions (set at zero). If the tension settings are automatic, raise the presser foot to open the tension settings.
Turn the handwheel so the loopers are at their highest position. There may be a mark on the side of the serger to match up with a mark on the hand wheel for this.
Open the front of the serger and the threading guide should be printed on the inside of the serger door, or on the serger.
Start at the right and note which looper is threaded first and then the needles.
You can find more information and manuals at the Singer Co website.
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
SOURCE: I have a singer Overlock
Yes, it can. What do you have your differential set at? Try it in the middle and see if it makes a difference.1 is usually for overedging, 2 is usually for easing in a sleeve, etc. I have my tensions set at 4,4,4,4, stitch length at 3 to 4. Do not be afraid to try gradually changing the tensions, but do them one at a time, that is what I did and finally got it.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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