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I need a accesory kit for my White superlock 2000/1934D. Does anyone know where I can get one?In particular I need cone holders , a thread extension plate and a moving cutter.

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SOURCE: White Superlock 1934D Serger Manual

You can get one from Central Sewing Machines.
1-877-486-0047 they have the book in stock. I just talked to them.

Posted on Feb 19, 2008

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SOURCE: White Superlock Serger 1934D

Either adjust your knife to cut wider or tighten both looper threads.
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Posted on Aug 11, 2008

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SOURCE: White Sewing superlock 1934D

I don't know how you rethread after the thread breaks but my wife has had 3 or 4 sergers and has found that if a thread breaks you MUST unthread and start at the beginning and not just try to rethread the one that has broken or you will have trouble.

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

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SOURCE: White 1934d Superlock foot pedal/lead cord

Go to your local dealer and let him replace what you have with a generic foot control. Should take him about 15 minutes. What kind of problem do you have with the one you have? If it is a cord problem it may have to be ordered from a wholesale supplier or a white dealer may have one in stock.
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Posted on Apr 25, 2009

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SOURCE: what is the size of the needle used in the white

This is a very highly regarded serger. Check out the reviews on http://sewing.patternreview.com if you're interested--but they are all extremely positive.

I also checked out the White Sewing Machine site--the three sergers they currently sell all use regular sewing machine needles.

Based on what I read on both sites, I believe your machine also uses regular sewing machine needles (not all sergers do, BTW). To be absolutely certain, you can call the White Help Line (l 800-331-3164, Monday through Friday 8AM to 5PM, EST).

If your serger uses regular sewing machine needles, then the size of the needle depends on the type of fabric you're sewing. Sizes 8 to 10 for lightweight fabrics, 12 to 14 for medium weight fabrics, and 16 to 18 for heavy weight. Use ballpoint needles for knits, jeans needles for denim, and universal needles or sharps for woven fabrics.

Posted on Jan 26, 2010

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I have a white speedy lock serger model 7340. I completely pulled all threads out and now trying to re-thread new thread. I have tried around 15 times. It will not loop. Threads don't interlock at all


Be sure that you are threading each thread in the correct order. The manual should have those instructions.

ALWAYS RAISE the presser foot when threading the machine!!!! For most machines, the upper looper is threaded first, the lower looper second (the lower looper thread finishes by draping OVER the top of the upper looper and then pulled toward the back of the machine), then thread the needles. Give each thread an extra little tug when threading the tension disk to make sure it is seated completely.

Even if you are unable to locate a tutorial for your particular machine, most models from the same era will thread the same.

Don't be surprised if it doesn't work the first, second, or even the third try. It took me most of a day to get mine threaded correctly the first time!!! Patience!

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I need to thread my White Superlock 1924D were can I find on the internet


White sergers (Superlocks) and sewing machines were made by Singer. Singerco.com has many of the manuals available as a free download: http://www.singerco.com/support/instruction-manuals .

However, I've never heard of a White 1924D. Did you give the correct model number? The threading diagrams for the 1934D is in part 1 of that machine's manual start on page 18. The direct link to this manual is here: http://www.singerco.com/uploads/download/982_sl-1934d,2000-a-x.pdf .

Most White Superlock machines have very similar threading directions. I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

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White Superlock serger continually breaking needles


First take all the thread out of the machine. Put in new needles and run the machine slowly by hand and see if there is a problem with timing. If the needle hits and bends or breaks... take it in to be timed. If the needle don't hit....

Make sure you are properly threading this thing. Unlike a sewing machine which gives you some leeway, Sergers must be threaded in a certain order. Typically, upper looper, lower looper, right needle left needle. If you break a thread you can't just rethread that thread... you have to start from the beginning.

You might check singerco.com for the manual for this thing. They have most of white's manuals online they are identified by a W before the serger model number.

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The thread keeps tightening and loosening causing the stitching to be off.


This happened to me once on my machine...Pfaff. There was a teeny weeny bit of thread caught in the tension disks. I slid a piece of paper between the discs and eventually got it out. Also....if you sew with cones the thread tension often goes off because cones are not meant to be used on the spool holder. Buy a special device for holding cones of thread....it sorta looks like those verticle paper towel holders. (a disk with a stick poking up from it) This will solve your tension problems and prevent needles from breaking all the time. If neither of these ideas help......maybe your machine needs servicing. Give these a try first.....might save yourself a big repair bill. If you can't find the cone holder........wind off thread from your spool onto a bobbin and use that as your upper thread.

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I lost my manual and don't know how to thread the White Superlock 834DW electronic serger


Here is another singer threading manual
Should be the same.
White Superlock 834DW electronic serger
www.singerco.com/pdf/14SH654_threading.pdf

Singer (white company) has a really good website.
You really want to reinvest in a manual for your machine, they really are a necessity.
Good Luck

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White Sewing superlock 1934D


I don't know how you rethread after the thread breaks but my wife has had 3 or 4 sergers and has found that if a thread breaks you MUST unthread and start at the beginning and not just try to rethread the one that has broken or you will have trouble.

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