Question about Singer Izek Computerized Sewing Machine
The upper thread tension device on my machine is not functioning. One of the discs used to place tension on the thread appears to have come loose. Also there seems to have been a very slight slip in the timing, only noticible when performing very wide stiches. Are either of these problems things that I might be able to repair myself? Can I get parts somewhere if I need them? I wish I could just take it to someone who knows what they're doing but no one on the island does sewing machine repair and shipping it out would cost a fortune. Thanks in advance for your help. Dawn
Remove the bobbin and its holder, the thing they go into is called a race. it picks up the needle thread to make a loop with the bobbin thread to make a stitch. sometimes you can manually turn and adjust the race with your fingers, probably needs to go to the right. replace the bobbin and holder and with the fly wheel manually insert the needle to see if it picks up the bobbin thread. fly wheel is the hand crank on the top right of machine. hope it helps, not sure what to do about tension disks.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
Buy another one
Posted on Nov 29, 2007
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