Question about Sewing Machines
It has been serviced several times but comes back with same problem. I t seems to happen at any time. Has been getting worse and I would say is now unuseable.
If you've had the machine serviced several times and it come back
with the same problem then the machine wasn't fixed.
if you can explain more about the sews intermittantly,, I'll try to help
you with the problem.
Posted on Dec 07, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Could be a couple of things:
Kim & Linnette
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
If your machine is turning easily the following applies.
This is a carbon pile foot control (Not Electronic) and when in use for an extended period of time(like doing embroidery,piecing quilts) the foot controller will get hot. There's nothing you can do about this except wear shoes.
If your machine is not turning freely, then if needs to be seen by a technician to find out why.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
SOURCE: Needle timeing is out
The timing is set at the factory. If the threads are not hooking together, then perhaps try one of three things.
1. remove the thread, and run the machine at full speed for three minutes or more. This warms up the hardware, loosens gelled up oil, and get's all the parts in allignment.
2. (and 3.) Check the thread tentions. On the top thread, it will be a dial with numbers, over a spring and two plates that the thread runs through. On the bottom, it's a tiny screw on the side of the casing that the bobbin sits inside.
If the machine sews loose threads, then tighten these, a bit at at time, and if the machine jams up with a knot of thread at the needle, then loosen these. I believe that if the sewn threads are loose at the top, the bobbin tention neeeds tightening, and if the sewn threads on the bottom are loose, then the top tention dial needs tightening.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
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