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This one sounds like it's in need of service and a good lubrication and tune up.

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Stop using the machine, it Needs to be tuned up and adjusted. Have it tuned up by a experienced repair technician.

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Check threading and put in new needles, if it doesn't work after that. Make sure to thread it per instructions and in the right order. If you don't it won't work properly.
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Hello, from one sewer to another, a machine that is 20 years old does need a professional tune up from time to time. If you can, take it to a sewing machine store or a sew/vac store to get a professional cleaning and tuning. There are manuals on how to do this, but it is best to leave it to a pro. I own a number of vintage machines and I can tell you, I have wasted countless hours trying to do it myself until I found a pro in my area who sell vacuum cleaners and sewing machine. I found out that machines, like cars, need tune ups. Happy Sewing!

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Check your manual for oiling instructions, it could need a clean and lubrication. Even the newer ones with nylon gears still need to be cleaned regularly.

It also could be the needle being blunt; this will cause a squeek or popping sound sometimes. Change the needle for each new sewing project, ie every 4-6 sewing hours. Really important for good stitching as the needle does the work.

Finally, if neither of these solve the problem, then take it in for a service, all machines benefit from a clean, service and tune up regularly, just like your car.

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I have my grandma'sewing machine the model number is 43 Do you have any booklet for instructions- I can not figure how to thread it. Any place in Montreal that I could get it tune. Thank you


are you sure the model number is 43
I put that in the search box at singer.com & it came up a white 431--which has a free downloadable manual

I would suggest to look in the phone book for a sewing machine repair shop

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Tune-up instructions needed


it really needs to be oiled and cleaned in places u cant get to which means it needs to be taken apart by a tech that cleans them, ask me I learned the hard way.......I hadnt used my machine very long by I do use it alot and first it started to get a little louder not a lot but I could notice it.....then it started to mess up a little bit here and there and I always cleaned it oiled where they said blowed it out with the vac and all.......but it still went crazy on me lol, I was doing braclets for my granddaughters scoccer beach blast and had like 20 more to go and it just froze......just froze........so I thought it was maybe to hot. Shut it down for the night.......Next day still nothing, had to find someone to take it to...1 and a half hours away I finally found someone, had to leave it........what it needed was oiling where I couldnt get to, and cleaning where I couldnt get to......so it burnt the motor......had to have it replaced, was gone for 2 weeks. UGH....but now she purrrrrrrrs like a kitten again thank god.......I had only used it since December of 08, it was still new......but it still needed a tune up, and I didnt know any better, thought that how bad could it be, so I just kept it real clean and oiled so I thought NOT! Silly me.......2 weeks later and a nice bill and new motor........and Im off again.....next time something seems to be off...this baby is taking a ride....I cant afford those kinds of problems............so take my advice fine someone even if u need to take a day and drive it somewhere, but dont not do it, inside this baby is lots of boards and things that if u open it u wont get it back together correct, oh ya I did that to and they had to fix that too
:( not a good idea. Machine is worth to much not to fine tune it when it should be, but even if u dont think it needs it cause its new or u just had it done.......think again if it sounds funny.......something is wrong, hope u wont need to find out the way I did....good luck...am so happy to have mine home again, didnt know how much I loved it till it was gone lol

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