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How old is my singer sewing machine Model Number EK428186


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Singer Model AL493449


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    Singer sewing machine ser# JB334974 would like to know year and model#


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    Jan 12, 2016 | Singer Sewing Machines

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    My Singer Stylist model 7258 is giving me the E5 error message. This is the first time I have used it. When I press the foot pedal or even when pressing the start stop button it makes a horrid grinding...


    With the grinding sound that you describe, I'd guess that a bearing has failed somewhere in the machine. Some other parts could have been bent and thus rubbing. The electronic controls probably stop the machine due to the excessive current being used to push the mechanism. Here's a parts breakdown for the Stylist 7258: http://www.searspartsdirect.com/model-number/7258/1232/1220000.html . You may want to contact a repair professional to deal with the problem.

    The E5 error can also indicate that the foot control plug isn't completely plugged in. You should hear two clicks as you push the pin into the receptacle. However, this isn't likely in this case.

    I hope this helps.

    Cindy Wells

    Sep 18, 2013 | Sewing Machines

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    I have a Singer


    Which stitch are you using?

    To check thread tension for straight stitches, use different colors of thread in your top thread and bobbin. If the top thread shows on the bottom of the fabric, turn the dial counter-clockwise (towards a lower number). If the bottom thread shows on the top, turn the dial clockwise. Do not adjust the tension too much (for example, go from 2 to 2.5 if increasing the tension) at a time; test another set of stitches. Alternatively, you can adjust the bobbin tension in the reverse directions. However, it's very easy to damage the set screw in the bobbin case so do this as a last resort. Since this is a vertical bobbin case, put the bobbin in and hold onto the thread. If the thread moves when you dangle the bobbin case, tighten the screw. Loosen the screw if the thread doesn't pull out of the bobbin when you hold the unit.

    For zig-zag decorative stitches lower the tension until the puckering stops. Usually the top thread will show on the bottom of the fabric.

    If the tension is not changing when you turn the dial, make sure that the presser foot is down. The sewing machine may need repair. The tension mechanism depends on a spring and that can break. See the Singer site for a parts breakdown and contact your Singer dealer for the parts.

    If the top and bottom fabric are not moving at the same rate, you can get a different type of puckering. You may want to get an even feed foot if there are several layers of fabric.

    The manual for the 3116 is available from Singer: http://www.singerco.com/uploads/download/438_3116.pdf .

    I hope this helps.

    Cindy Wells

    Dec 08, 2011 | Singer 3116 Simple

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    How to thread the bobbin


    Are you trying to thread the bobbin for winding or for sewing?

    For sewing, make sure the needle is fully up and then release the bobbin cover plate. Insert the bobbin so that the bobbin rotates counter-clockwise. Pull the thread through the slot at the center-front of the bobbin case. Hold down the bobbin with a finger then bring the thread to the left and through the slot on that side. You should here a clicking sound when you pull on the thread. Leave 6" of thread free and replace the cover plate. Refer to the manual (page 12) for pictures.

    Many Singer sewing machine manuals are available for sale or download here: http://www.singerco.com/accessories/instruction-manuals . The direct link to the manual for the 2662 is here: http://www.singerco.com/uploads/download/429_2662_efs.pdf . See page 11 and 12.

    If the bobbin thread isn't feeding, clean the hook and surrounding area. Then with the presser foot down, retry. If you aren't hearing the clicking sound when the thread is pulled, you may need the bobbin tension adjusted. There is a small set screw for the adjustment but it's really easy to damage the threads. If you still have a problem, the bobbin case or shuttle race may need to be replaced (See http://parts.singerco.com/CPpartCharts/2_2999/2662.pdf for the parts breakdown).

    I hope this helps.

    Cindy Wells

    Oct 28, 2011 | Singer 2662

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    I bought a Singer 328K at a second hand shop. I cleaned and oiled it but the motor just hums and runs very slowly. I think the belt may need tightened or replaced. Is it possible to do it myself and...


    The Singer 328K "style-o-matic" is a Class 66 sewing machine with a solid handwheel. Like the 328, and most style 66 machines, this one takes Singer Motor Belt # 193077. Any singer vendor should be able to help you and as of this writing (2010) the part runs around $10. In case you have a parts machine around or find vendors less knowledgeable here are some other machines using the same belt: Pfaff 330 Series Singer 127 Singer 128 Singer 15-88 Singer 15-90 Singer 15-91 Singer 185 Singer 185K3 Singer 206 Singer 206K Singer 223 Singer 27 Vibrating Shuttle Singer 306K Singer 306W Singer 319K Singer 327K Singer 327K Singer 328K Style-O-Matic (YOURS) Singer 329K Singer 66 Singer 66-1 Singer 66-14 Singer 66-16 Singer 66-18 Singer 66-24 Singer 66-4 Singer 66-6 Singer 66-8 Singer 99 Class Singer 99-13 Singer 99-31 Singer 99K
    Hope this helps!

    Aug 14, 2010 | Singer Sewing Machines

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    Neew schematics or repair service manual for singer 5040c or 5050


    try this site:
    http://www.singerco.com/support/parts_charts.html
    I don't think it shows your Model by number but it says Model 9800 is the same.. This is just a parts breakdown but you might be able to fifure out how to put the nut back on, once you know exactly where it belongs.
    sewman7

    Apr 04, 2009 | Singer 5050 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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