Question about Sewing Machines
The thread keeps sliding out of the lower looper tension.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
my husband took a very thin stainless steel wire and very carefully put it through th eloop and the thread came out the eother end and and I could see how bunched up it was inside.
I hope this will help others
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
These things are always complicated when you try to write them down, so I suggest a call to your local Bernina dealer to arrange a quick lesson on how to do it.
If you can go back to the dealer whence it came, so much the better..........perhaps you could go in and buy some things you need and then as you are leaving, make the enquiry with the machine in your car, they may be able to show you how to do it right away......building relationships is a very good way of feeling comfortable about asking for help.
If the manual diagram is too small, a local library or stationery supplier should be able to magnify a photocopy for you to see it all more easily.
Posted on Jun 09, 2008
Mmmm...., maybe NOT the solution, maybe, just a key.
I have a copy of theBaby LKock EA-605 instruction booklet in English, Germann, French and Spanish. NO ideas how it casme into my orbit, but happy to pass it on.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
Been there, done that. Old serger almost went out the window more than once.
Raise the thread antenna and loopers to their highest positions.
Set the tensions to zero. If your serger has auto-tension, raise the presser foot as this also opens the tensions.
Begin threading from the right as indicated in your manual or on the door of the serger.
If this continues, the serger may need to be serviced as the timing could be the problem.
Ask before leaving the serger as the service cost usually starts around $100.
I finally gave in and bought a Babylock with instant jet-air threading.
Posted on Apr 01, 2010
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