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Loose upper thread tension when free motion sewing using my white model 2037 what can I do to correct this? could it be my thread?

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  • jonesestar Apr 18, 2009

    hello, I think I've solved the problem. I am using a darning/free motion foot, I set the dial (for feed dog ) to 0 and the stitching legenth to o and that seemed to do the trick. thanks for the help, now I know where to turn. I bought the machine second hand and I didn't get a book with it.

  • radcal May 11, 2010

    Are you lowering the presser bar? Often, we forget to do this and we have no upper tension applied if the lift lever is up.
    Are you using a darning/free motion foot or no foot at all?


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You can get a copy of the manual for a very reasonable price.

http://sewusa.com/Sewing_Machine_Manuals/White_Manuals/2037_Instruction_Manual.htm

This will be a black and white copy, but I can't get an original for you at this price. I have ordered from this site and have never had a problem.

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