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Beaumark sewing machine 1030 manual -can I get a copy?

I inherent a Beaumark sewing machine model 1030. It seems to be able to do quite a bit. But I want to clean the lints/dust. Also not sure how to set up for sewing in different pattern. The threading look odd. Can someone help me with how to fully utilize the differnt features of this machine?

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I have this machine (Beaumark 1030) and the guide. I will make scan a copy and try to post it here, but I'm not sure I can attach a file. Does anyone know if I can?

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Why is my elna 7000 sewing machine so noisy?


Hi Colin, I'm Julie. The noise you're experiencing could be caused by one of the following
"1) Dust/Lint in the feed dog_________Clean machine
2) Lint in the hook_________________Clean machine
3) Thread caught in the hook________Disassemble hook and clean"

Hope this helps you. Regards, Julie :)

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My bernina 1030 is not feeding the fabric, it is sewing in one place


Make sure your feed dogs are not set for free motion or darning. Once you switch them to regular sewing you will need to turn your hand wheel 1 rotation for them to come up. Also make sure that your stitch length is not set at 0.

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Clunking noise when sewing flannel new machine


try changing the needle
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When sewing the machine seems to jam/stick. I have wondered if it needs oiling but do not have the manual to know where I can oil. My machine is a Cooper. Up until now when the machine jammed I was able to...


I can't find anything online for this brand. It is always best to refer to a manual if you can get one as there is a lot of variation in machines but cleaning is important so I'll make general suggestions. However, if your machine is jamming up it sounds like it would benefit from a full service from a local sewing machine mechanic to sort any major issues - there may be points inside that need grease or gears failing/gummed up. The mechanic could also could give you a quick rundown on the ongoing mainenance you should give it.

You could refer to http://sewing.about.com/od/sewingmachineindex/a/machinemaintain.htm, Debbie gives good machine tips and maintenance guidelines.

Also, only turn the flywheel towards you.

As a general guide here are some suggestions.

Firstly remove the pressure foot and needle. If your machine has a top loading bobbin, then remove the bobbin and look at the bobbin holder. Brush out this area and remove any visible lint or dust with a small brush or a clean piece of waste cloth. Is there a centre depression/hole? Add a drop of oil here.

If your machine is a front loading design with a removable bobbin case, then you can remove the bobbin and bobbin case, and clean the rotary hook (take photos with your digital camera as you go if you have never done this before so you can put it back together again correctly). If you go to Youtube and search for cleaning a sewing machine there are quite a few videos of different machines and how to maintain them.

Manually rotate the flywheel towards you a couple of times and look at the rotary hook movement, can you see pieces of metal moving over each other? add a drop of oil to any of these points that you can access and manually move the flywheel again to move the oil through the works.

Lower the needle and wipe the needle bar with your cloth to remove dust/lint. Now give it a smear of oil with a clean piece of cloth and rub this down the needle bar a bit.

Are there any holes on the sewing case top or free arm area marked red? These would be oiling points too. Give them a drop.

Turn the tension dial to zero and clean between the tension discs with the selvage edge of a clean piece of cotton fabric, saw back and forwards to clean. Thread will shed fibres and dye particles, plus dust from the environment will all build up in the discs if not cleaned out regularly. (don't forget to put the dial back to the original setting when you are done).

I would add that some people suggest using canned air to clean - I would not suggest this, as you can blow the lint further inside the machine. Best thing is a small brush as supplied with your machine, just buy another in a year or two when the bristles go all bent from use.

And use good quality clear sewing machine oil, not some 3in1 or general purpose household oil.

Wipe the outside case over with a microfibre cloth to remove any dust or debris, clean around the thread spool holders too, dust/fibres will settle here as well.

Always cover your machine when not in use, sew it a slip cover if you don't have anything with it for this purpose. And if you store it away for a period, then you want it to be kept dry so don't store in a damp spot.

Clean regularly as the lint build up will absorb any oil present out of the moving parts making things even worse.

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I don't really have a problem, but cleaning. I would like to clean my Necchi Model 3355 myself, but don't know where to start. Help


I also have 2 necchi sewing machines,, here's what I do
keep a check on the needle to make sure it not bent,blunt
clean under the needle plate where the feed dogs are for lint--if you sew alot every week--if once in awhile once a month
also clean the bobbin area for lint or loose threads
keep a cover on the machine to keep out dust

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Oil a 7442 sewing machine


Hi. Your manual will tell you where to oil your machine, or if it's self-oiling (in which case you don't oil it). If you've lost your manual, check with http://www.mastersewusa.com/menu-singer_iinstructional.htm; they have your manual. I wrote a small tip on oiling your machine, too.

Be sure to use good sewing machine oil in your machine. You can get it at any fabric store or order it online. One of my favorite online stores for sewing supplies is Nancy's Notions (http://www.nancysnotions.com/).

Whether or not your machine is self-oiling, be sure to keep the lint cleaned out of the bobbin area. You can use a small brush (even a little paint brush works nicely) and just brush all the bits of lint out. A good habit to get into is to brush all the lint out when you go to put your machine away after each use.

Since you're new to sewing, here's a couple more things that are good to know:

Use good quality thread. Protect your thread supplies from dust and sunlight. Old or cheap thread breaks easily and gives off more lint.

Use a new needle with each project you sew and make sure you use the right size needle and thread for what you're sewing. I wrote a quick guide about which needle to use with what fabric.

Most problems you experience with your machine can be solved by rethreading your machine or changing the needle.

Happy Sewing!

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open up the bobbin carry clean out all the dust and lint remove the whole bobbin carry the 2 blk switch on the sides this should take care of problem and check that are on right setting... Good luck

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The arm is slow...so slow that I can't sew. Does it just need cleaning or is there something else i can try


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You have not specified make model or age, and i would suggest that if it is quite old, and long unused you get it serviced.
If you just want to "have a go" yourself, UNPLUG THE MACHINE, then be sparing with the lubricant.....clean any dust and lint first.
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Hello. The 158.19141 is probably the best Kenmore sewing machine around. I use two of this same model in my sewing/alterations business and they have been totally dependable. (I also have 3 vintage Kenmore computerized machines) but the 158.19141 is my favorite model. The problem sounds as though there is dust/dirt/lint in some of the parts in the machine. Take off the feedplate, vacuum and or use a lint brush to loosen any threads and lint. Take out the bobbin case and bobbin: inspect for lint and dust. Take out the bobbin shuttle (which tends to make the threads bunch if it has lint build up). Clean or vacuum, PUT A DROP OF OIL ON THE CENTER PIN, and replace.

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Threading the machine properly and inserting the bobbin correctly is usually the answer to most frustrations with a machine. Good luck...and lucky you to have the Kenmore 158.1914 model.

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