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How do you change the bobbin case on a consew model 226r-1

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You can check out the procedure in ur manual itself in detail!!

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Go to www.consew.com and click on manuals/224. The 224/225/226 are all the same. Or, go to www.singer.com and click on manuals for 111w/G155, or 211/w/G155. They're the same machines. Or, click on google and enter the search terms. There are a lot of places to get service manuals. Consew's are free. You may have to pay a few buck from other places but they aren't expensive.

Posted on Aug 14, 2009

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Posted on Sep 27, 2009

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Posted on Jan 04, 2010

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SOURCE: consew industial machine keeps skipping large areas

remove the front cover around the needle area also you may have to just strip the machine down!! to the hard ware with the bobbin door removed rotate by hand the crank till the neddle goes down to the bobbin area and losen the screws on the bell part of the crank and adjust it till
the needle is dead center and all the way into the bobbin then tighten and reassemble

Posted on Jan 14, 2010

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How do i set the bobbin tension


Small screw on side of bobbin case.

Apr 17, 2014 | Consew 226R-1

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How I change the settings on my Consew 226R-1?


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Apr 11, 2012 | Consew 226R-1

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It breaks needles


Put a new needle in. Do not power up the machine. By hand rotate the needle down with the head laying on it's back. With a flashlight watch the needle come through the hole to determine what it is hitting. I've seen (in severe abuse cases) that the needle shaft is bent and the needle hits the bobbin case, instead of just coming down next to it. Use a plyer to carefully bend the shaft back to it's original position. Consew 226R-1 is an excellent machine.

Good Luck!

Feb 08, 2011 | Consew 226R-1

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My husband purchased an old model Consew machine. It is mounted on a table and came with the instruction manual for models 225 & 226R-1. The machine will NOT pick up the bobbin thread. Any ideas?


Check your manual to see which way the flat side of the needle shank should face. With modern machines, it's usually to the rear, away from you, but with older machines there was more variation.

The most common reason the needle won't pick up the bobbin thread is because the flat side of the needle is facing the wrong way for that machine.

Hope this helps!

Robbie

Aug 07, 2010 | Consew 226R-1

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The book on my consew 226r-2 says to adjust the screw to tighten or loosen tension on the bobbin, I can't see a screw, where is it?


It is usually a little tiny screw on what holds the bobbin in and where the thread passes through the bobbin. (The holder...not the metal or plastic bobbin spool of thread...it's sometimes called a shuttle to avoid confussion.) When you tighten or loosen the screw on the bobbin holder it puts more or less pressure on that metal hook the bobbin thread passes through.

Feb 04, 2010 | Consew 226R-1

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Consew industial machine keeps skipping large areas


remove the front cover around the needle area also you may have to just strip the machine down!! to the hard ware with the bobbin door removed rotate by hand the crank till the neddle goes down to the bobbin area and losen the screws on the bell part of the crank and adjust it till
the needle is dead center and all the way into the bobbin then tighten and reassemble

Jan 14, 2010 | Consew 226R-1

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I recently moved and can't find the belt to my Consew 226. Having problems finding a replacement. Can you help!


Go to www.consew.com and download the parts list for the 224 Consew. It's the same as the 226 for parts. Or, go to www.diamondneedle.com. They have nearly every part you're likely to need. I got bobbin case screws, a hook, some metal reusable bobbins, and some needles, all at very reasonable prices.

Oct 16, 2009 | Consew 226R-1

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Thread braking


Check the condition of the top pressure discs and the bobbin case tension. Check for wear in the hook - is the bobbin case seated correctly? Check the tension spring in the bobbin case. I doubt timing has anything to do with the problem. Unless the hook's picking up the top thread a little late, thereby "spearing" the thread. The hook could be catching the thread loop too late. Sounds to me like there's a parts or a small adjustment problem. You don't mention thread or needle size. That's another area of concern at times.

May 22, 2008 | Consew 226R-1

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