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Replacing the self threading part of the ellismo

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Does the machine go through the motions but not thread the needle or is there no motion at all? If it is the first one, the threader head needs to be replaced. If it is the second, take the machine to your local Babylock dealer for repair.....it is not easy.

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So when I start sewing it works for a few seconds then my top thread breaks and or wraps its self around the black casing the bobbin sits in. What am I doing wrong?


Be sure to RAISE the presser foot BEFORE threading the upper thread. This releases the tension disk so the thread can seat properly. If upper thread is breaking soon after beginning to sew, it usually is because the upper tension is too tight. Try loosening it and re-testing. The upper and lower threads should meet in the middle of the fabric.

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Looking for the factory sitting for the tenisons


thread tensions are only a guide
you have to adjust the needle and bobbin tensions your self to suit the thread thickness being used.
one setting is not the same for different materials and threads.
correct tension is when the upper and lower threads are meeting in the centre of the material being sewed.

Apr 07, 2015 | Singer 14SH654

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Bobbin refuses to be wound on self-winding bobbin machine. Bobbin does not turn. The thread is winding continously on the bottom of the bobbin basket. Need help.


Just off the top of my so-called head, it sounds like something in the bobbin area is not seated correctly. However, I would recommend that you do a search on FB and Yahoo interest groups (also on PSW software); it's members are MOST helpful, and will be glad to work with you to resolve this problem.

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The self threader won't catch the thread


make sure the needle is inserted correctly into the needle holder
if the needle threader has worked before then there could be something
wrong with the needle threader
here is a link for a manual

http://www.singerco.com/uploads/download/545_7470-instruction-book-engfrespa.pdf

Dec 13, 2012 | SINGER 7470 Sewing Machine

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Help with threading the machine from the spool of thread


some have self bober thread load empty one a hit hred bobber

May 15, 2009 | Sewing Machines

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How do i thread this machine


thread this machine by taking a strain of thread from the spool pull it to the thread guide on top left side of machine criss cross the thread when you wrap it around the thread guide pull thread down and loop it under the needle thread tension control dial bring thread up and loop it on the thread take up lever, continue down to the needle looping it first around the metal piece above it then through the needle it self pull thread to back of sewing manchine with the bobbin thread

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My serger


Self threading is perhaps not exactly correct, however there is a guide with an armature to release the guide to enable easy access........have a look in you manual

Also take a look at this image and move the lever to use it.....all will be easier to see with the needle plate off ....until you become familiar with the operation

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Nov 09, 2007 | Janome MyLock 634D Mechanical Sewing...

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Janome MyLock 644D


Yes, the model I used had a self threading lower looper. Just put the thread into the guide and flick the switch

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