Question about Singer Sewing Machines
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Singer zig-zag 437
loosen the screw on the larger of the two feed gears (not bevel gears). Retigten so that the feed teeth start to rise right when the needle starts to rise and fall right when the needle starts to go into the fabric. Make the setting the same. i.e. when the feed teeth start to rise, how high is the needle (2mm, 3mm, etc.)? set the feed timing so the teeth rise and fall with the needle at the same height going in and coming out, this assures that the fabric only feeds when the needle is out of the fabric.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
SOURCE: re-time model Singer model 2010
For a close setting, the needle bar must raise about 1/8 inch when the hook point is behind the needle and the needle bar is in the middle of the needle opening on the needle plate.
You need to check the feed timing also after retiming the hook. The feed dog should start towards the rear as soon as the needle starts down.Good luck
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
You can go here, search 5525, and download or purchase an instruction
your machine, if you have misplaced the one that came with it. It looks
like there are some available as downloadable pdfs for free and some
physical ones for $15. https://www.singerco.com/accessories/manuals.html
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
SOURCE: the timing is messed up
I would take it in for service, because unless you have the right tools and expertise, it is not a good thing. Sometimes, if you look in a pennysaver type paper there are retired sewing machine repairmen that do it for a reasonable price. I have heard of $80 in some repair shops, not counting parts. You kind of have to make up your mind if it is worth the money, once you find out how much to repair. Could you be lucky enough that, it is under warranty? Because, it is a newer model and maybe if you call Singer (1-800-4singer) & they can tell you where an authorized repair center is. How do you know that it is the timing? I am hoping that you have the good fortune to be under warranty. Good luck.
Posted on Oct 29, 2010
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