Question about Bernina Bernette 75
SOURCE: Loose stitch
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When everything seems to be working fine and an occasional stitch is loose.....now get ready.......here it is.......the needle!
It seems impossible, but the needle is the most neglected part of the machine. The one you are using could be slightly bent or have a slight burr that you won't see with the naked eye. Also, needles, especially in an embroidery machine (which work their buns off), are only good for about 8 hours of cumulative use. I would say that an embroidery needle should be retired after 3 or 4. They get dull like a razor blade which can cause enough drag to create a timing issue that's barely perceptible.
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There are really only two things that can cause bottom (note: remember that problems with the bottom thread, almost always comes from the top and not the bobbin. Bobbins rarely need tension adjustments). These two things are:
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Posted on Jan 31, 2009
Open up the door for the bobbin case and look inside to the right you will find a silver lever make sure that is pressed in this will allow for you feed dog to rise about the plate(it will give you sewinfg mode)
Posted on May 03, 2010
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