Question about Bernina Bernette 75
Top thread tension too tight....
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you replaced the needle with a new one? Your needle may be bent or in wrong, or the wrong size. You may have a bad needle. Check that the upper thread path is running freely and is not tangled or wrapped around anything. Make sure that the bobbin is unwinding in the correct direction as well, most bobbins, this is clockwise as the bobbin faces you. If you are using inexpensive thread, it could be the thread that is the culprit. Uneven thread in the needle will not flow through the needle properly, and cause bunching as well. Save it for the bobbin, and use good thread in the top.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
Open the manual and lay it right next to the machine.
Raise the presser foot and thread the machine - always have the presser foot up for this proceedure - according to the written instructions. Same for the bobbin.
The tension should be set according to the recommendations in the manual.
Once you get the machine set-up and sewing.
Refer back to the manual as you read and test each and every feature of the machine.
This will help you become better acquainted with this particular model.
It matters not how new you are to sewing or if you started sewing when Eve needed to switch from fig leaves to textiles - everyone needs to read and apply the instructions provided in the manual. Graphics and pictures are helpful but sometimes miss important steps.
Best wishes for many successful projects.
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
SOURCE: bernette 90E
Our Bernette E90 timing was off due to a jam (design flaw I think)...Instructions on how we fixed it.
1. To correct timing, tip over machine and unscrew inspection plate.
2. Find the gear and unscrew the 2 grub screws so the gear is free from the shaft
3. Turn the main sewing machine handle to manually get the hook (pointed piece) of the housing (see arrow) to be directly behind the needle
4. Hold it the tightly, and turn the handle again, the needle should be able to go up and down while holding the hook in position.
5. When the needle is at it lowest and starting to move back up and the hook is directly behind tip the machine over and tighten the 2 grub screws on the gear underneath.
6. Replace inspection cover and you’re done
Posted on May 02, 2010
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