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Bobbin case has come out of singer machine and can't see how it goes back in. can you help?

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This link is for the manual it may help you
http://www.singerco.com/uploads/download/436_5_8_10_16_22_dial.pdf

Posted on Jan 01, 2013

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I have just gotten 2 of the QUIKFIX by SINGER, both of them have the same problem. It wont bring up the bobbin thread, it doesnt even move( the bobbin) I went ahead and put my thread threw where it goes...


Hi. Not familiar with the Quickfix, but the name seems to imply that this is one of Singers lower cost machines. The bobbin shouldn't move, it should stay pretty much stationary. The part surrounding the bobbin, the hook, should move when machine rotates. More than likely these are light duty machines and the plastic gears that drive the hook are broken.

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In my Singer Sewing Machine model 1014 the Needle Won't Pick Up Bobbin Thread. Could you please help. Thanks


There could be several things causing this.
First, be sure the bobbin is in the bobbin case correctly. There is usually a line diagram showing the correct placement or you can check the owner's manual.
Second, make sure your needle is inserted correctly. If it is not completely set in the housing, this can prevent the bobbin thread from being caught by the hook. The groove in the needle should be ffacing toward you to assure that the thread interacts with the hook.
Third, be certain the upper threading is correct...passing through all thread guides and correctly through tension and take up lever.
Finally, make sure the bobbin case is free of lint. The machine brush that came with the machine will clean this area well.
I hope one of these suggestions helps you solve your problem. If so, please come back to Fixya and rate my advice!

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My Singer portable (#6202/62120) keeps stitching nicely on top, but the bottom stitching is all knotted up! It's driving me crazy! I have tried everything. Any help would be greatly appreciated....


The bottom side is effected by the TOP tension. First make sure the top is threaded correctly. Best thing to do is completely unthread it and then thread it again. Then check the tension and make sure it is not too loose. Check the needle to make sure it is inserted correctly and not bent.

Once you've done that then you can take a look at the bobbin tension and make sure it isn't too loose too. Make sure the bobbin is in the case correctly, wound correctly and that the bobbin case is completely inserted right. You will hear and or feel a slight "click" when it goes in correctly,

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It's been years since I sewed anything and now I can't seem to get the bobbin to thread properly, I've tried several ways and none work. Help please


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This is a picture of typical bobbin threading. The thread should go around the bobbin and come out through the slot in the same direction...see B1. The thread goes from inside the bobbin through the slot to the outside of the bobbin case. The screw adjusts the tension on the thread as it comes out.

If you mean how to thread it to wind the bobbin we'd need to know what model and brand of machine you have as they're a bit different in how that's done. In older machines it was often on top, sometimes towards the back of the machine towards the wheel. The thread went through several guides and it wound the bobbin only when you pushed the spool post that held the bobbin up against the wheel that caused it to turn, after releasing the hand wheel on the back so the needle wouldn't go up and down as it wound the bobbin.

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I amhaving trouble with the thread brahing and I don;t know if it is the tension. Which way should the pobbing turn right or left and how do you set the tension For my Singer sewing machine


Check the upper threading and make sure it is threaded correctly. When you pull on the thread before it goes through the needle does it give a bit or does it break? If it is breaking when you pull then the tension is way too tight or it is threaded incorrectly. Make sure it isn't looped around some guide along the line too.

For the bobbin thread... when it is in the bobbin case outside of the machine dangle it by the thread. It should hang there until you flick your wrist a bit, which should cause some thread to release and drop the bobbin down towards the floor a bit. (If it just pulls out right to the floor it is too loose). Most bobbin tension is tightened by a small screw on the bobbin case near where the thread comes though. Breaking thread would not be from the bobbin thread being too loose. Too loose would cause looping on top side of the stitch not breakage.

Make sure the bobbin is in correctly. You should feel and hear a slight "click" when the bobbin goes in correctly.

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It dose not sew, and when it dose the bobbin tangles up and lets out too much thread


The bobbin goes into the holder in what would appear to be the wrong direction ie, the thread doubles back. If this is correct, the bobbin tension might be too low, there is a screw on the bobbin holder to set the tension.

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