Question about Sewing Machines
Just acquired this industrial sewing machine and I need instructions on loading the bobbin
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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From your description it appears that you have tried tension settings on the upper tension control adjustment knob without success.
Check that the bobin tension is adjusted correctly by taking out the bobin complete with the spool.
Pull the cotton thread and it should be a smooth light pressure if the tension is correct. If it is tight to pull or pulls freely then adjust the tension screw which is found on the outside of the bobbin. The screw is very small and requires a minature size screwdriver. The adjustment will only be a slight turn of the screw one way or the other to obtain the correct tension(depending if it was loose or tight).
Once this is set reinstall the bobin and tread up the machine, hopefully with the upper tension set at approx."2" the machine will sew correctly.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
Send an email to me at email@example.com and maybe I can help. I'd need more info. on your ploblem. I'll start you off with these two things assuming that your difficulty is with the bobbin as you state "underneath & threading". Notice the white painted dot on the the machine arm at the drive pully. Notice the white dot on the pully. Allign these two. Tilt the entire machine head back so that it is resting on the word verticle finger stop (or get underneath the machine). Bobbins are loaded by pulling the small chrome lever w/ your thumb & index finger (this is an unlocking latch). Do so moving it outward to about 90 degrees. Usually while you do this the holder and bobbin just pop out. To install u just snap then on. It's placed when u hear a click. For more info email me directly. Doug
Posted on Jun 18, 2010
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