Question about Bernina Artista 180
Your Bernina 180 is a rotary hook model and there is a bobbin case retainer mechanism below the sticth plate that has a long spring on it - it sounds like this has become detatched at one end and may well be affecting the stitch quality. Take the stitch plate out and you will see a black rectangular metal bar in front of the rotary hook mechanism - there is a small silver part in the middle that fits in a slot in the rotary hook bobbin basket - the spring should fit on this and then extend the length of the black bar and pull onto a retainer at the other end so that there is fairly strong tension on the silver part. If not this spring, then it's probably something that's dropped-off from elsewhere and maybe, possibly the feed-dog cam retaining spring. Let me know what you find.
Posted on Feb 14, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Bernina 180 Bobbin case spinning
Its called the bobbin stopper. Pop off your needle plate by pressing on the marked corner. In the back on the left you will see a small allen screw which must have come loose. Position the bobbin stopper in place and tighten that screw. If it already is tight, loosen it and reposition the bobbin stopper in the notch and tighten it back up.
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
There isn't a Bernina 435. If you are referring to the 430 than the gold latch bobbin case will not work in that machine. If you are talking about the Bernina 450 the gold latch will work in that machine, with or without the embroidery module.
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
4 amp??? More likely 1.6 slow blow. The problem solution is changing the power supply, called a Classic L-print. Typical on the 130/180 Bernina.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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