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Machine binds up

Seems you need to clean and lube your machine. remove the top and bottom cover cover open the front cover brush out all lint check bobbin for thread lock and lint. lube all moving metal parts with "non petroleum " light oil. Do not lube plastic parts unless there is apparent fiction. " DO NOT USE PETROLEUM BASED LUBRICANT " as it will dissolve or soften plastic parts!

Mar 02, 2015 | Singer 4166 Sewing Machine

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Can't take top off Singer 6215c, because levers on the front and bobbin winder on the top are in the way. What am I not seeing to do?

Rest assured, there IS a way to get it off! However, in your case, I would purchase the service manual for your machine; it will describe how to get the sides and top off, and in which order they should go. For instance, It's possible that before you take off the top, you have to take off one side. You can purchase it for a nominal sum; has a great many of these service manuals, and if they don't have it, they can order it for you.

Jan 19, 2014 | Singer Sewing Machines

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Need to know how to thread the bobbin

there is a guide on the plastic cover which is a good guide as to the direction, but before you put the cover back use the top thread to pull it through by putting the needle up and down and replace cover

Aug 29, 2010 | Janome Memory Craft 9000 Computerized...

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Hi I have a PFAFF 1222 which the spool holder on the side has broken off. How do I go about replacing it? I have a replacement just need instructions. Thanks

Pull the top cover off the machine, it should reveal the plastic location. I'm not sure if it just pops off, my repair manual is downstairs.

May 24, 2010 | PfaFF Sewing Machines

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I need to replace presser bar lifter on elna 6000. how do i remove the plastic cover off to get to the presser bar?

i poped the plastic covers on the back of the machine to expose the screws and unscrewed them. prying off the plastic cover was harder: the switch on the side is in the way. but eventually it pried off. to put it back i had to remove the plastic cover on the free arm first, since they fit like tongue and grove. so the top cover goes on first, then slip the free arm cover.

Jan 28, 2010 | Elna Sewing Machines

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Change the lightbulb

should be one screw on the back side of the machine top right if facing the back, remove that and you can get the side cover in front of the needle bar off, you should have easy access to the light

Jun 02, 2009 | Brother XL-2230 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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Brother XL-6562 Mechanical Sewing Machine

Dear jbanistr,

My wife and I just had this same problem (or at least getting the cover off) and have a possible solution. Safety first, unplug your machine from the wall. Next remove all the screws, three by handle, three on the bottom, one on the rear of the sleeve arm, one on the light bulb cover and one inside the lightbulb cover that goes sideways into the frame. I believe that's all of them but look for any that hold plastic-to-plastic or plastic-to-metal. Take note not to change the stich settings or else you'll have to find and set the number wheel and the adjuster to match, not fun. The way we did it was starting from the top, pry the case apart slightly and with a flat screwdriver gently lift the case over the three adjusting wheels so they clear. We then, with difficulty, pried the case the rest of the way open, with a really loud pop! A better way might have been to start pring from the bottom, but it worked. Reassembly was just the reverse, just fit the top first and put all those screws back in.

Hope this helps.

Sep 06, 2008 | Brother XL-6562 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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JUKI MO-634D trouble

Well, you might just need a good oiling. Make sure the machine is not threaded and there are no thread snarls where the loopers interact. It also pays to insert new needles and observe the loopers and needles interact. they should come withn .01-.5mm of touching eachother; there should be no hard positive contact between loopers and needles. So, if its tight to turn over by had, this is usually a cam or bushing that need oiling, or thread that got sucked into the machine and is binding the thing up. What I would do is remove the covers, slip the motor belt off, turn over by hand. If it frees up, the bind is in the motor, if its still tight, then id look for thread, and oil the machine with a light weight oil (sew mach oil, tri-flow... NOT 3in1 oil!). If you have a keen eye, you can wiggle the handwheel and try to observe what parts are moving slightly, and which are not. using that method you may be able to track the bind to a section of the machine or even a specific shaft/cam/component of the machine. Another common bind point in sergers is where the knives mate. Move the top knife to its idle (non cuttin) position and see if this relieves the bind.

Jun 27, 2008 | Juki MO-644D Mechanical Sewing Machine

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Bobbin won't turn

take the top of the machine cover off by removing screws on top plastic cover. Make sure that the rubber ring on the wheel that turns the bobbin threader is making contact with the belt from the flywheel in the back. You may need to see if it turns freely. If not take it off and lubricate it until it frees up and then replace it and the cover.

Apr 12, 2007 | Singer Featherweight 132Q Mechanical...

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