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How do you thread the bernina 1230


You can probably use the manual for the 1260. Sewing machines basically thread alike from one model to the next.

One thing to remember: ALWAYS RAISE the presser foot when threading the top thread! This will help prevent those dreaded thread nests under the fabric.

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I have been given a Bernina funlock 007d and would like to be shown how to thread the machine, I live in Parklands Cape Town


Although not your model, the models do not change much. Just be sure to raise the presser foot when you thread the machine and thread each thread in the proper order (upper looper first, lower looper second with thread draped over the upper looper, then the needles).

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How do I thread the Bernina Overlocker


Depends on your serger model. Best idea is consult the owner's manual. Some manuals are available for download on Bernina's web site (look under Support). Be sure to thread in the order specified in the manual. Usually the upper looper is first, then the lower looper second, then the needles. (Hint: The lower looper thread ALWAYS lays over the top of the upper looper thread in the final looper threading step.)

You can also download a serger workbook too.

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How to thread bernina


sewusa.com has some threading diagrams
try bernina website for a manual
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Bernina artista 180 keeps warning to check top thread and it is threaded right


Refer to your manual for maintenance and clean the machine as indicated. A sensor may be blocked by lint.

If this continues, the machine will need to be serviced by an authorized Bernina repair tech.

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HOW DO YOU THREAD A BERNINA MACHINE


http://www.singerco.com/resources/

Choose basic operations and bobbin winding then threading.

Although, this is Singer and not Bernina, the process is the same and the instructions/graphics are easy to follow.

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How to thread an overlocker - bernina 2500dect


Here's a manual to download:

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NOTE: Be sure to thread each spool in the order SPECIFIED in the manual. Usually the upper looper threads first, then the lower looper second. Make sure when you finish threading the lower looper that the lower looper thread CROSSES OVER the upper looper (and thread) before going under the presser foot.

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Threading a bernina serger


Here is a little jingle to remember as far as the order of threads to thread...
Upper looper, lower looper, left needle, right.
Usuall if you give numbers to the threads from left to right as 1,2,3,4 , you would thread it in the order of 3, 4, 2, 1 . Also when threading the loopers be sure the lower looper thread goes over the top of the upper looper thread as it goes out the back.
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