Question about Baby Lock Eclipse Serger
What is the order in which you thread the serger?
Sergers are complicated and finicky. Some sergers require the threads to be threaded in the proper order, and if not done so, the serger will never work. Consult your owner's manual. My machine requires the upper looper be threaded FIRST, then the lower looper second (with the thread tail draping over the upper looper), then the needles are threaded last. If it's not done in that order, it will give me fits until I do it right.
Posted on Jun 01, 2015
Your serger should be color coded for threading. Just do one at a time either left to right or right to left with the cones. And you should be all set.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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