Question about Sewing Machines
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Ezy_Lock 304D
This may be too small to read, if so, email via
www.bargainbox.com.au and I shall send it on........remember to only ever use the R needle, so you only have 3 threads.
To move the Rolled hem arm, you will need to release the upper knife (knob on left inside cover....push to the right and blade moves approx 6mm) so you can slide the small metal tongue to correct position for:
N = Normal
R = Rolled
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
SOURCE: Babylock 5380E Service manual
This might help you,
Also, you might find a dealer through this
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
I was having this very same problem with my lower looper . I had been using the one needle stitching all afternoon and I was doing quite nice stitching. then I decided to put the right needle back in and do some overlock stitching and guess what I spent the next two hours fighting the looper problem. I had completely re-thread this machine at least 20 times now. I decided to take the needle out and re-insert it and re-thread it one more time (right lower looper- then upper looper- right needle- then left needle) was careful to pull all threads to the back and under the presser foot for about 6 inches.
Held on to the thread, lowered presser foot and did the chaining stitch. BINGO it didn't break, tried it with a piece of cloth and Perfect stitches. I have a Babylock BL402 and used tension settings left to right
4-3-3-3 and default settings for the rest.
Hope this helps someone someday.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
"World of Sewing" have these manuals.....you need to ask for "Toyota SL series". I got my replacement manual from them and the service is excellent. Their phone number is online if you want to ring them (UK ) Hope this is helpful to you
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
From what I have read this manual is less than desirable. Neither is the one for the brand that I have.
You may have better guidance if you purchase and use Nancy Zieman's "Serge with Confidence". I have found it very helpful.
For the two thread rolled hem, the looper cover is used to "trick" the looper into "thinking" it is threaded.
On my serger (not a Bernina), this is referred to as a "subsidiary looper". It is a spring type mechanism that fits in a small hole at the top of the upper looper.
You use a rolled edge presser foot; right or left needle; stitch length @ normal or wider; stitch length @ 1mm for the left needle/0.5 for the right needle; differential feed @ normal; needle tension - tighten; lower looper tension - normal or looser; two thread looper cover - engaged.
Test and adjust the tension as needed before making the rolled hem on your garment.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 18, 2010
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