Question about Sewing Machines
Suggest you check your bobbin tension, pull the bobbin thread and if you feel it too loose, most likely bobbin thread not threaded correctly into the bobbin case tension plate. Do refer to your manual if you have one.
Posted on Jul 18, 2013
I would suggest taking the machine to a sewing machine shop and have the top thread tension dial check to see if there is something wrong with it, also the bobbin thread tension may need a adjustment.. and that's something you don't want to do unless it's nessary, if you decide to try to adjust the bobbin thread tension, I suggest looking at a youtube video, or try sewusa they have some troubleshooting information...
Posted on Mar 23, 2016
I am getting the exact same problem! Sometimes it works fine and other times (mostly) the top thread seems to be too tight.
I've troubleshooted, re-threaded a million times, bought good quality threads....nothing seems to be working. I am out of ideas and it's driven me to tears so many times too!
Anyone have a solution to this??
Posted on Mar 23, 2016
I had a similar problem, but all the stitches were bunching badly underneath the material. I had to adjust (loosen) the bobbin case tension by over half a turn to get the machine to sew acceptably. There are also a couple of errors in the manual, and a glaring lack of information - eg: what bobbins does the machine take? A google search gives conflicting answers - this basic info should come with the machine.
One tip I finally worked out - if you are sewing a name or phrase, once you have saved the sequence of letters, go into edit mode and set the lockstitch option FOR THE LAST STITCH ONLY! Otherwise the machine starts to repeat.
Also, there arent't "Memory Modules" - it just has 4 memories, each of up to 20 stitches.
If you have the foot controller plugged in, and you press the start/stop button, if gives the 3-beep error code.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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