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Where can I send my Euro-Pro serger to be repaired? I want to send it to Euro-Pro.

My serger is a 3/4 thread Euro-Pro. It has a broken spool holder and the upper thread tension knob is missing. I need it to be serviced. What is Euro-Pro's service address? I know I probably need an authorization number to send it in. Thank you, Carol

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  • Visit the Euro-Pro website at
  • Click the link on the right-hand side of the page below the text box, which reads "Customer Service: Click Here." This will direct you to a contact page.

  • call the number listed at the bottom of the text box for placing an order, 800-798-7395. Because no direct number is given for customer service, requests to contact a representative are fielded through this number
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    There is a threading chart here


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    SOURCE: Euro pro serger model 101-548

    3 thread overlocking (serging) is no different t 4 thread, except you remove one or other of the needle threads.

    The stitch width is then controlled by two variables,

    the manual width dial selector, and
    your choice of either the right or left needle

    Suggest yo play with width selector on a scrap of your project fabric to achieve the look you are after.

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    Here's a start.. its the threading diagram has manuals for sale (sorry some older machine manuals aren't easily found for free)

    I hope this was of some help.

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    Does anyone have a suggestion? I have threaded the machine correctly but I cannot get the machine to sew.

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    Got a serger huh? First put 3 different colors on the spool holders. Then play with tensions so you understand which thread does what.

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