Question about Kenmore 744-08BH Mechanical Sewing Machine
I have a Kenmore 10 sewing machine. I don't know much about machines and I inherited the machine without the manual. Anyhow, I lifted up the piece to insert a new needle and it went up with some struggle and I have no idea how to get it back down so I can continue sewing. I'm not sure if it's jammed or if I'm just not doing something properly.
SOURCE: Thread jams in bobbin area
well i have done the same thing , all u need to do is if you see the screws that hold the bobbin area you un screwq thoes and get you a pair of scisors and cut around the knoted mess and all you do is work with it until it is all out and you dont realy want to pull on it to much you know just work it around so it gets lose so that you can cut it out thin you put it back together and try it out.
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
SOURCE: not sewing - jamming
Could it be that the feed dogs are down? I also have the 15358 and when I opened the bobbin area to clean it, I had this problem. Apparently, when you open the clips around the outside of the casing, it pushes the lever that adjusts the feed dogs to the right (lowering them). I didn't even realize it at first. Check your manual for adjusting this lever to raise the feed dogs. That might solve your problem.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
maybe it sounds like the feed dog is out of alignment, and the needle hits when it travels up and down breaking the needle
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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