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I need a diagram of how to thread my Adler 267-GK-373 leather sewing machine and a manual also


For the manual, try Googling (adler)(267-GK-373)(manual) without parens.

Mar 04, 2017 | Sewing Machines

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How do I remove the metal case of my sewing machine so I can replace a belt?


A: You asked, "How do I remove the metal case of my sewing machine so i can replace a belt?" Without the specific Make and Model number it is impossible to give a specific answer, so with such a general question you can only get a general answer regarding Metal-Case machines (since that is the only information you provided in your question).
Many Metal-Case sewing machines usually have either:
(A) External Motors and External Drive-Belts, changing the belt is easy and intuitive.
(B) Internal Motors that are Internal Direct-Drive and have no Drive-Belts to change or adjust.
(C) Internal Motors and Internal Belt-Driven Hand-Wheels, and this is what I assume you have. To change the belt:
(1) Unplug the machine.
(2) Remove the Top-Panel (usually 2 or 3 screws need removal). Some machines (very few) have a pry-off top that has no screws, just internal spring-clips that hold onto nubbins under the lid.
(3) Remove the Left Side-Panel that fits around and under the Hand-Wheel (if it has a side panel; and it may be plastic, there should be 1 or 2 slot-head screws holding it in place. If it just has 1 screw it is generally centrally located; if 2, one may be high and the other low. A few machines also have interlocking tabs that fit into the body, that must be un-puzzeled to remove.
(4) Loosen the motor Drive-Belt Pulley to remove the old belt (it is usually a slotted set-screw or a small Allen Wrench (Hex).
If there is a Part Number on the old belt, use, or measure the old belt and/or use the Part Number to help match it to a new belt. If you have a manual, it may show the Drive-Belt Part Number; there are also Parts Lists for many machines. Less expensive generic parts are often just as good, as long as they are of the correct size, configuration and installed properly. Avoid the rubber-band type giant O-Rings to Drive machines, Belts are better *.
(5) Replace the new Drive-Belt and Drive-Belt Pulley, adjusting the belt tension so the motor can reach full speed without laboring. "A Twee-Bit Too-Loose" is better than being "Too-Tight"., but best to be just right, that is to allow the belt to deflect a little if pressed in the middle, yet tight enough so there is no slippage. A lugged belt (often Orange color, but sometimes Black) makes it much easier, since there is no slippage due to the lugs, and it can allow the machine to turn easier (with less resistance than * tight O-ring Drive-Belts) to sew better with less motor- bushing wear). "Assembly" is the reverse of "Disassembly".
Sincerely,
-- Amender (2016 FEB 23)

Jan 30, 2016 | Sewing Machines

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NEW NATIONAL, REFORMED? SEWING MACHINE DATE PLEASE?


Perhaps the following information would be helpful. The four companies listed below apparently had some connection with New National.

http://needlebar.org/main/makers/germany/index.html

Mestwerdt & Co-- Hamburg-- Adler (fliegend mit Fahne), Atlantic (see Atlantic Oel GmbH), Bismarck, Burneesee, Ceres, De Konigin, Excelsior, Felix, Union, Roland von Hamburg, Konigin, La Majora, La Perla, Luna, Nacional, New National Reformed, Preferencia

Baach & Klie-- Braunschweig-- Handy, V S

R. Lehnmann, formerley Baach & Klie--Braunschweig--Ouvri?re, Amica (M & B), Detti or Detta, Elsa, Excelsior, Fatima, Hansa, Humboldt, Italia, Jolanda, L'Amica, La Sincera, Leticia, Liegeria, New Brunswick, New International, New National, New York, Prinzipessa Jolanda, Regina Margherita, Mars, Rhenania, Rhenania Nuova, Saxonia, Semper, The Vibrating Shuttle Machine, Vera Originale -Regia d'Italia, Vera Originale - Principesa Jolanda, Excelsior

Hermann Palm (formerly Lehnmann)-- Braunschweig-- New National

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Dec 12, 2015 | Sewing Machines

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How to replace a belt on a sewing machine


Depends on the sewing machine and the belt. Some of the really stretchy rubber belts like the ones for many of the 1950s straight stitchers can just be stretched on. The leather belts for the old treadles can involve some major cutting, clamping and retensioning. Some of the internal belts can involve taking the machine half to bits. If it's a vintage machine, tell the folks at the yahoo group "wefixit" the make and model and listen to what they say.

Apr 23, 2014 | Sewing Machines

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Do you know the number item of adler 189a bobbin case


Contact this company. Maybe they have the info. It appears they have lots of parts lists for Adlers.

http://www.universalsewing.com/tek9.asp?pg=parts_durkopp_adler

Oct 03, 2012 | Sewing Machines

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Need free manual for adler 67-GK373 sewing machine


sewusa.com
sewingmachinemanual.net
durkoppadler.com
sewingmachinemanual.com

May 21, 2012 | Sewing Machines

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MANUAL FOR ADLER SERGER 81-80


bobbin thread, the thread to it. there are two holes in the needle and a fixed loop in the machine. is there any instructional picture? very old adler nr 81-3s

Oct 26, 2011 | Sewing Machines

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There are not instructions or diagrams showing how to thread the Adler 81-80 overlocker


Go to advancedsewing.com and you can email about getting a manual. I don't know of one for free on the internet

Sep 12, 2010 | Sewing Machines

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Pfaff 1222 belt


Hi - a few suggestions:
  1. May just need a good thorough service - generally a good idea to have it completely gone over - by an experienced Pfaff tech - every year or 2. Internal parts can dry out and simply get jammed.
  2. The timing could be off - again an experienced tech can take care of.
  3. The cam-stack (the part that actually makes your stitch formations) may have cracked. At the age of your machine, this isn't uncommon.
At the age of your machine, many other owners actually have it "rebuilt" by an authorized Pfaff service person. This model is one of those that's worth the investment compared to buying a new machine of the same caliber/quality.

If you are comfortable removing the top cover, you may be able to look at the internal parts to see if anything is broken. This will at least give you an idea of what may be happening.

Many authorized techs will not charge you to look at the machine and give you a quote. We'd suggest calling a few sewing machine stores in your area. Don't hesitate to ask friends for their recommendation of a good service person.

Hope this helps - please don't hesitate to respond if you need further info or clarification.

Happy sewing,
Kim & Linnette

Feb 25, 2008 | PfaFF Tiptronic 2030

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