Question about Sewing Machines
It is not the dial that is not working - it is. I have opened the machine up and I can see that the component that moves according to the cams the piece that is supposed to make contact with it is not making contact so there is no movement of the needle left to right. Need to know how to set the needle position so the needle is in the center for straight stitching and how to get the mechanics calibrated so the appropriate parts are connecting to stitch something other than a straight stitch.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it sounds like you knocked the machine out of time & it will have to be taken to a
sewing machine shop to be retimed
Posted on Apr 27, 2012
SOURCE: needle position
Hmmm sounds like an issue I had/have with a singer stylist. There is a knuckle part that connects the zig zag mechanism to the needle bar. Mine had a pin that kept slipping out. When I took it apart (and lost the pin) I also discovered that the "round" holes the pin went into were work out and were more like ovals. The machine is now a parts machine.
Posted on Dec 10, 2012
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