Question about Kenmore 19233 Computerized Sewing Machine
The bobbin thread is just turning into a big knot. Machine has only been used a couple times, and previously worked OK. Totally rethreading top & bottom and a new needle didn't help. Stitch type/length and Thread tension is OK. What else can be causing it
Part of the mechanism to advance the fabric is defective. Have the feed teeth dropped?. Mine appear to have. I still have to work on my two machines with the same problem. It is exactly like asking a solicitor an answer as it was on the Jimmy Young programme. The questioner received the stock answer "See a solicitor". Jimmy Young called me a B. Gitt when a reprimanded solicitor actually made an attempt at answering one of my questions.
Posted on Jul 15, 2007
First ensure that your bobbin is threaded correctly. Most drop in style bobbins the thread will feed off in a clockwise motion. Also make sure to only move the hand wheel (on the right) toward you (counter clockwise). When you begin sewing ensure that you start with the needle in the fabric and when you end that your needle is in the highest position.
Posted on May 31, 2007
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