Question about Sewing Machines
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the bobbin is in the casing correctly then follow these steps...spin your wheel toward you until the threaded needle drops a thread around the bobbin casing it will slide down around the casing from center to the right and down. one the thread is just over half way around gentle pull the tail of your thread from the needle. It should move up and to the left collecting the thread from the bobbin casing. and a loop will arise below your presser foot (which should be up).pull that loop up until the tail of the bobbin is visable. Now you are ready to sew.
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
On the singer website on the home page look for
Instruction manuals at the bottom of the page-click on it
Put in your model number & click search
Posted on Jan 24, 2011
Check your needle. Make sure it is fully inserted into the needle bar clamp. Also check and clean your bobbin area and under the needle plate and around the feed dogs.
If that doesn't work for you ... get a magnifying glass and check the shuttle hook, needle plate and bobbin for burrs.
Otherwise your machine may be mis-timed and need professional cleaning and adjustments.
Posted on Jul 22, 2012
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