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In need to know how to adjust my stiching and needle adjustment/ the bobing is jamming(not stiching)

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  • tflan May 11, 2010

    Adjust stitch length by holding down the small button on the bed of the machine and turning the wheel.Stitch length numbers are marked on the wheel, next to the belt on some machines. On others they're marked on the wheel under a cover on top of the machine. Open the small cover on top of the machine. Hold the button down and turn the wheel until it clicks. Then while still holding the button down, continue to turn the wheel either toward or away from you to get to the number of stitches you want. The run a few stitches and repeat as necessary.

    If the bobbin is jamming you probably have threaded it wrong. Thread comes off the top of the bobbin, down and through the slot in the bobbin case, under the tension spring and pulled toward the back of the machine. Adjust bobbin tension and top tension so that the top and bottom threads are connected in the center of the two layers of fabric.

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Stitch length is adjusted by holding down the small button in the bed and turning the wheel to the desired number of stitches. The numbers are either on the wheel, next to the belt pulley, or under a small cover on top of the machine. Hold the button and turn the wheel either toward or away from you to get the stitches you want.
Bobbin jamming is either because of incorrect top tension or incorrect threading. Go to www.consew.com and get a parts and operation manual for free for a 224. It 's the same as the 226.

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