Question about Necchi 3537 Mechanical Sewing Machine
I've tried adjusting the tensions but the thread is becoming a big knot when i sew . any thoughts or help??
My machine does the same thing. Unplug the machine, and open the bobbin case. I would bet that you have "orphan" thread still sitting in the bobbin area that is bunching up the new thread.
Your bobbin area should be opened, cleaned and well oiled to ensure that no loose threads are sitting in there waiting to create "tension" with you and your machine.
I have found that when I have not cleaned out the bobbin area, there are loose threads, lint and fibers left behind from other projects that I have been working on.
Get a new can of compressed air, and blow out the lint, and left behind stuff, and see if that doesn't fix your problem. If it's been a while since you have taken it in for a "tune up", it should be done if you use your machine often. Happy Sewing!
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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