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Sewing straight lines...

My machine is only a couple years old, but recently it began bunching up thread on one side when I sew straight, simple lines. It seems like something between the spool of thread and the needle is loose and not keeping the thread taught, but I don't know much about how sewing machines work, so I don't know where to start to fix it. Any help is appreciated! Thanks!

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  • Tricia Cox Aug 03, 2007

    Hello MakikiChris. Thanks for the link. I read through it and the problem I was having seemed a bit different. I recently took a few panels off my machine though to try to see what was occuring, and it has worked fine since then, so if it starts up again I'll re-check the points mentioned in the post you sent me.

    Thanks for the reply!

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Hi Tomar....please click on the URL below to begin the healing process amen... Please update your post if you cannot resolve your issues...good luck my friend. http://www.fixya.com/support/t162553-underthread_going_crazy

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    V. Chris Suehiro Aug 03, 2007

    Hi Tomar...Although "I missed the boat"...Thank you so much for taking the time to inform me of your success.

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