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When i thread my machine and begin to sew it does not sew and the thread either breaks or comes unthreaded what can i do to fix this problem

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Your bobin case needs to be tighten there is a screw on the case turn the screw to tighten .good luck.

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RAISE the presser foot. Then rethread from the beginning making sure you are following "each" thread's steps and that you are threading each thread in the "order" specified in the manual. (If any steps are missed or the threads are not done in correct order, the machine most likely will never work! Sergers are finicky machines!)

For most sergers, the lower looper thread's "final" step is to lay "over" the top of the upper looper before begin pulled under the presser foot.

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