Question about Sewing Machines
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
here is some troubleshooting
Download your manual.
Ok I know that youve checked this, but I have to ask.
Check and make sure the reverse lever isnt engaged.
I'm looking at pg 27 and see you have a traditional bobbin casing (not a drop in) make sure your bobbin is wound well and the case is inserted correctly. (they are picky)
Change your needle make sure its in right and tight. (I have bent many a needle just slightly, and it causes huge issues with this particular type of bobbin casing)
Pg 35 gives a test for the bobbin tension. If your thread rolls, the tension is too loose, OR the case may have gotten damaged.
Lets see if this helped.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
SOURCE: frozen machine
Hi this is techcrazy
the motors in ur sewing machine is not runnin because there is no proper rotational motion inside the motor of sewing machine.so one way of rectifyin is replacing the old pair of magnets with new ones..which may prove costly.so if possible my sincere advise is to go in for a new one
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Posted on Feb 02, 2009
There may be thread caught in the bobbin area.
Turn off the power and check the manual for maintenance.
Once the area is clean and the bobbin case back in place, turn the machine back on.
If this does not resolve the issue, the machine will need an authorized sewing machine tech to repair it.
Posted on Mar 13, 2010
I think that all you have to do is put a new 80/12 needle in,that is what they set the timing with, and clean your machine thoroughly, take out your bobbin and brush the area. I do not think that it is your timing from turning your wheel the wrong way,
Posted on Aug 17, 2010
SOURCE: Singer Stylist 834
It needs a good cleaning of lint, thread etc. take your bobbin case out and make sure that there is nothing in there. DO NOT TURN YOUR HAND WHEEL BACKWARDS! It will mess up your timing. If you cannot free it up take it for service
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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