The only name that shows up the sewing machine is sew easy appliances corp of America. It was my mother in laws who has pasted on and I have no clue to where the users manual is. So this is my problem I thread the machine like I'm suppose, bobbin works fine, I start to sew and after the third stitch the thread breaks. The needle is not hitting on anything that I can tell, the thread is new, I have tried setting it on every tension setting there is and it still breaks. The needle is brand new its inserted properly. So is there anyway you think you can help me out.
I have tried everything and the thread still breaks after the first stitch. I thought it might be the need placement, It is an old white machine with no manual. I have the needle set up to thread from the side. Is this correct.
The machine is not threaded correctly, also use medium weight fabric. Check the size of needle. Try a size 14. The bobbin tension may be to tight. If nothing works take it to an expert. After he fixes it make sure he shows you how to thread it.
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Not a technician, but I had same issue not long ago, it was old dried out thread. Once I replaced with new thread, no more issues. Something easy to try. Also might want to double check to make sure no thread is between the pressure plates. I use canned air to spray them out once in a while between annual cleaning.
always make sure the needle is inserted correctly and all the way up into the needle holder try a different bobbin make sure the bobbin is turned the right way in the bobbin case make sure the bobbin case is inserted correctly in to the machine if it's a front or side loading bobbin case make sure the top thread has not come off the top thread take up lever
1.the needle is damaged
2.the needle is not correctly inserted
3.wrong size needle for the fabric
4.the wrong foot is attached
5.the needle clamp screw is loose
6. Top tension is too tight
7. Machine could be out of time
i have an old brother machine maybe back in the 60s-80s and the thread keeps coming out of the needle and i dont know how to do anything with the bobbin.i have no idea how to use the machine at all.i would love to learn any help.cant find any thing online to help.
you can show some actual bobbins winder and threading go to internet explorer and type the address of "www.youtube.com" then on search type "sewing machine".there is a slide show for sewing instruction.just click the slot and it play the video showing what you want.regards don' t forget to rate me.