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Need help with the dial regulator


Always do this with the needle raised. The dial will be a little difficult to turn. It should be able to stop on the left, center or right positions. Make sure the pressure foot you are using will not get hit.

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How do i make the stitches bigger on a brother sewing machine, it is set at number 4 but the stitches are tiny


One dial if for the Width.
The other dial is for the Length.
Do you need a manual; what is the Model name and number?

Mar 19, 2015 | Brother Sewing Machines

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How do I set the tension on my JANOME 3434D serger?


Begin by setting all 4 dials on "3" which is the default setting on this model (often "5" on other machines). If a beginner, it would be best to thread the machine with four different colour threads according to the colours indicated on the tension dials (yellow, red, blue &green) so that it is easier to see how each thread responds as you adjust the dials. The two lower dials are for the loopers & must be adjusted until the upper & lower loops meet on the cut edge of the fabric - if below the edge: tighten the left dial & loosen the right dial (& visa-versa) just a fraction at a time. The two upper tension dials are for the needles: if too loose, loops form underneath the fabric below each needle, & if too tight the lower threads will show through to the upper side of your fabric where it is pierced by the needle. Good luck!

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How do I set the dials on husqvarna viking 6000 sewing machine


The "dial" in the back is for decorative stitches which require a "programmer" to be inserted with the stitch formation you want to form. For a straight stitch no cam is required in the back of the machine. The three dials on the front:

Upper Left: Stitch selector
Upper Right: Stitch lenght
Lower: Stitch width

Using the upper left dial select the straight stitch picture
Using the upper right, choose your stitch lenght
Using the lower, choose your needle position, left/center/right

Dec 13, 2014 | Husqvarna Sewing Machines

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The 19, 20 and 21 dials on my Bernina 831 sewing machine are stuck. What should i do?


Is your button hole dial activated? Sounds like a dumb question but if the indicator on the buttonhole dial is not at the top it will lock the other dials. The only other thing is that if above is correct, you will have to find a dealer who can carefully oil and get the dials to rotate again. It is v tedious and one has to often disassemble the stitch width, needle position dials and carefully force the buttonhole dial while lubricating the mechanism to get it all working again

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Janome sewing machine dial moves


I have exactly the same problem. Did you find a solution? If so I'd be really grateful to hear it ... Thank you.

Oct 23, 2012 | Janome Sewing Machines

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Setting stitch length


Get some scrap fabric. One dial is for the width of the zig zag stitch, the other dial is for the length of any stitch. First set both to ZERO. It won't move then set one to half way. This will show you which dial is which. If it is the width dial. You'll get a bar tack. If it is the length dial you'll get straight stitches.

Aug 01, 2012 | Sewing Machines

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Where is ''S'' on the stitch length dial shark Europro 7133


Hi Queen,
on the stitch length dial on the top right of the machine, turn it all the way left. When you get to 0 and think it stops, keep turning, you'll get to the S.
Good luck,
Diane

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Making a buttonhole on a Necchi 3204 sewing machine


Here's what the manual says:

Before sewing, fit the button-hold foot to the machine (long white plastic thing with red, ruler like markings).

Select the pattern selector dial that is solid green on the left hand side. Set the dial to "1" position. Sew the left side and raise the needle.

Select the pattern selector dial that is solid green on the top and bottom. Set the dial to "2" position. Sew 5-6 stitches and raise the needle.

Select the pattern selector dial that is solid green on the right hand side. Set the dial to "3" position. Sew the right side. Raise the needle.

Select the pattern selector dial that is solid green on the top and bottom. Set the dial to "4" position. Sew 5-6 stitches and raise the needle.

Hope that helps...

Nov 26, 2008 | Necchi 3537 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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PFAFF 362 Sewing Machine: The shift lever to move from straight stitch to zigzag stitch is stuck in zigzag mode and will not release to go back into the straight stitch. The machine sat unused for a...


Remove the top cover (grasp and lift straight up), spray with "Tri-Flow, liberally inside. Pay attention to the right 1/2 and behind the front dials.

In Front, each dial has a small square opening on the side, use the tube included with the "Tri-flow" to squirt lube inside them. DO NOT use WD-40.

Run the machine daily for 5-10 minutes (set the dial "C" [top front that goes up to 8] to 0 also set the dial on top of the case to 0. Move the Zig-Zag lever (upper right) from 0 to 4 and back again. Respray with Tri-flow. After a couple of days, if it is still stuck place a hair-dryer or light nearby to warm it up to skin temp.

Between the temp and the oil, it should begin working.

Break a Leg!

Sep 25, 2008 | Singer 7462 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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