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How do I change the top cutting blade in my Bernina 2000DE serger?

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Contact bernina's customer service about a manual

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SOURCE: 2000DE serger manual

Can help you with a bernina 2000 manual at info@absolutesewing.co.nz or try www.janomestuff.com

Posted on Jan 25, 2010

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I would like a diagram of threading help that is big enough to see, for Bernina Serger 2000 D , NOT 2000 DE. Or maybe I have just BERNINA 2000. Please. I have the manual. JOELLIE@SHAW.CA


http://www.bernina.com/de/SupportData/Out-of-Print-de/BERNINA_Serger_2000_manual
If you view the book online, you can usually enlarge the view.

Easy Instructions for Threading Bernina Serger eHow

Start out with NO thread in the machine.
ALWAYS RAISE the presser foot during the threading process.
When threading through the tension guide below the thread tree and through the tension disk, give each thread an extra little tug to make sure it is completely seated (it may even make a little popping sound when it seats).
ALWAYS THREAD each IN THE CORRECT ORDER (upper looper first, lower looper second, then the needles). When threading the lower looper, ALWAYS FINISH with the lower looper thread draped OVER THE TOP of the upper looper.

If a serger looper thread breaks, it is most often easier (and much less frustrating) to unthread the entire machine and start from the beginning. Trying to fish a thread through only works about 1% of the time, Just bite the bullet and do it!

When unthreading the machine, NEVER pull the thread UP through the tension disks! Instead, cut the thread below the thread tree, RAISE the presser foot and pull the cut threads down and out.

The Bernina Serger Workbook may be helpful, found here:

http://www.berninastore.com/workbooks.htm


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Rger Elna 614de the button on the side w ill not bring up the upper blade from down position?


it's possible that there need to be a adjustment to the serger or there could be a damaged or broken part in it, having it checked would be a good idea

Mar 27, 2015 | Elna Sewing Machines

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Lower looper


Bernina Dealer will need to order for you

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I have a Babylock 5260 serger and have changed the blades before but this time when I changed them I can't get them to align correctly. the top blade comes down and hits the bottom blade. I cant figure out...


First make sure that both blades have no burrs on the them from hitting pins. Then set the lower blade so that the cutting surface is flush with the surface of the needle plate. Then adjust the upper blade so that when it comes down to it's lowest position on the downward stroke of the cutter arm, that the cutting edge comes down past the lower blade at least 1MM. That will ensure a full cut of the blades.

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I own a Bernina 2000DE Serger which I purchased new many years ago. I've never had ANY trouble with it, and am quite experienced with sergers. However, when doing quite a bit of sewing on fleece the last...


Has it been serviced at all during your ownership of the serger?

The loopers can be knocked a little out of timing resulting in the skipped stiches on the heavy weight fleece occassionally. It sounds like you have tried all the usual fixes and know what you are doing.

Only other thing that might cause skipped stitches could be using a sharp needle rather than a ball point on the fleece. Otherwise maybe time for a trip to the shop??

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I need to thread a bernina 2000DE I would like to see a picture


try sewusa.com they have threading diagrams

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2000DE serger manual


Can help you with a bernina 2000 manual at info@absolutesewing.co.nz or try www.janomestuff.com

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Brother 1034D serger is not cutting and is binding up


This problem is usually when the lower blade drops below the sewing plate. Look at the blade in relation to the plate and see if it has dropped below the plate, then you can reset the blade. If it is not the upper blade may be too dull to cut so it will need to be replaced.

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Serger blades do not cut.


For now, it works only satisfactorily:
I applied alcohol to further clean both blades,
dried and then oiled them. There seemed to be a slight gap between blades;
the fabric was dragged into the gap instead of being cut.

Jan 10, 2009 | Elna 1010

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