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My Toyota rs 2000 was working fine until i decided to dust and oil the machine. I opened up the machine and realised the amount of dust in it already especially around the feet dog so i cleaned it and closed up the machine. When i tried to sew i noticed when i lowered the press foot on the fabric there was no grip and i could easily draw out the fabric also when i tried to sew i had to hold the fabric in place otherwise the feet just slide on the fabric in different directions. What do i do about this?

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Is your machine equipped to lower your feed dogs
? You may have lowered it by mistake, or your bobbin tension spring may have loosened? I hope this helps? Happy Thanksgiving

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Glad you managed to fix it yourself, in addition to the 250kms I would guess the cost would have been a lot.

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SOURCE: I place the fabric on

This is easily solved. Before you start sewing make sure your upper and lower threads are long enough for you to hold before lowering the presser foot. If these threads are too short they both get carried down into the bobbin along with the fabric and cause a big tangled mess. Always hold your threads at the back of your work with your left hand then lower your pressure foot and don't release the threads untill you have taken several stitches. Keep holding these threads during backstitching at the beggining of a seam too. Works like magic.

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sounds like your bobbin tension needs to be adjusted

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SOURCE: feed dog problems

What is your stitch length? I have always followed the rule... Bulky/Long stitches, Fine/Small stitches. If you have a "walking foot attachment otherwise known as an even feed foot..you might give that a try as well.

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SOURCE: my presser foot lever is not working on my toyota rs2000 sewing machine

How do you mean 'not working'? Is it not lifting the presser foot? Not putting it down? Fabric not feeding? There are several possible problems depending upon exactly how it is (mis) behaving.

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