Question about Sewing Machines
As I increased the tension all the way up and it is still to loose. I have decrease the tension and start over again and still too loose. what can I do. As I was looking at the machine the tension wheels that control the tension behind the dial seem loose as well could that be the problem? What do I need to do, I'm in the middle of working on a quilt.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Wow, one of the few Singer machines that doesn't have a free download manual. Hmmm..... Ok looked up a photo of your machine. It's pretty easy.
1. raise your presser foot.
2. Put thread on spool pin.
3. draw thread over to and under from behind of the pre-tension disc at top
4. Draw thread down from the right and under the tension dial to seat the thread into the tension discs and flex that spring a little.
5. Through the take up lever.
6. Down through the thread guide.
7. Down through the needle bar thread guide.
8. Through the needle.
Hope that helps.
Posted on Aug 25, 2012
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