Question about Singer CE-100 Futura Computerized Sewing Machine
I desperately need some help with my machine. I purchased a week ago and followed the manual exactly when threading. The machine's LED light #19 keeps coming on and won't let me do more than 10 stitches at a time. I have re-threaded, used different thread, different bobbins and re-read the manual 15 times to no avail. Have you heard of this problem before with other users? Should I contact Singer's help line? Please help me, I am ready to take this darn thing back to the store..
Gloria I have broken 4 needles just trying to embroider a simple name. What am I doing wrong? A friend says that it has something to do with the bobbin. Is there a trick that I don't know?!?!? My machine is actually a Singer CE-150.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This machine uses a rotary thread break sensor. If you look at the top left of your machine when it is running the sensor (white dial) should be spinning. Threading around this part is critical. Make sure it spins when you pull thread through the needle. if it does not you have missed something in threading. If this is spinning and machine still stops it is likely the sensor is malfunctioning.
Posted on Apr 01, 2008
It depends where do you want the embroidery to be.
If is on the front part of the cap there are two ways:
One is with sticky stabilize rmaking sure all the parts of the cap are laying flat on the sticky paper.
The second way is with a special cap attachment (sells for around 440) that comes also for the singer futura.
Posted on Feb 24, 2010
SOURCE: Constant thread breakage.
Well it sounds like you're using a decent thread, that can often be the issue. Just wondering if your top thread is too tight? Might be worth fiddling with the tension to see.
Another thought could be look at the trouble shooting guide in your manual as most have one, but my gut instinct would be the tension.
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
Testimonial: "Yes I checked everything on the tension and the trouble shooting in the manual. Noticed the thread on the one roll had been twined backwards. "
It must not be inserted right, check your manual and if you do not have it handy, go to singerco.com and download one for free. You can cause real damage if it is loose, so be careful that something isn't broken and not letting it seat right.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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