Question about Sewing Machines
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Wind the thread around your thread guide, then onto the bobbin winder spindle. Pull the thread through the small hole at the top of your bobbin. Push the obbin winder spindle to the right, loosen the center of the flywheel, depress the foot pedal of your machine and the bobbin starts winding with thread. When it's full of thread, cut the thread and take the bobbin out of the bobbin winder spindle. Hold the bobbin so the end of the thread is counterclockwise to you. Slip it into the bobbin case, then pull the thread through the notch on the feeder plate and back over the top of the bobbin. Replace the hook cover plate. Thread your Janome according to the directions for the model number, then thread the needle. Pull the thread so about three inches comes out of the needle.
Tighten the center of the flywheel. Lift the presser foot, hold the excess thread with one hand and turn the flywheel slowly with your other hand as the needle descends and comes back up. Look for a little loop of bobbin thread just under the presser foot. Pinch this loop, pull it up and push it to the back of your machine. Turn the flywheel again if the loop doesn't come up under the presser foot. If this doesn't work, turn the flywheel in the other direction. If this second attempt doesn't work, remove the hook cover plate, take the bobbin out and pull the end of the thread so you get a longer length. Put the bobbin back in, replace the hook cover plate, raise the presser foot and, holding the upper thread, turn the flywheel once more so you can catch the bobbin thread.
Posted on Sep 24, 2011
SOURCE: Hello my empisal sewing machine D270 is skipping stitches and sawing nicely if I press reverse button. Please tell me what can I do . I tried to thread and fix the bobbin but still not working.
Be sure you are using a brand new needle that is compatible with the thread and fabric you are sewing.
ALWAYS RAISE the presser foot when threading the top thread.
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Posted on Mar 03, 2017
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