Question about Husqvarna Designer I
The plastic broke into and some parts are inside machin
Take it to a repair shop for replacement. Ought to be a warranty repair, I believe.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Designer II
I'm not completely familiar with that particular model but can offer some general advice. In the middle of your crank wheel on the top right of the machine, there should be a smaller wheel inside that. You need to turn that towards you until it doesn't come any further. The know you turned is going to feel lose, that's good! Now if you look on the top of your machine on the right, there should be a small shaft coming up about and inch high. You need to then put your bobbin on the shaft and push it to the right. What that does is connect the bobbin winder tire inside your machine to your hand wheel which is connected to the motor via your belt. Now just thread your bobbin case and push your foot control! If you have any more questions just let me know and I'll be glad to take pictures if needed. Also you can purchase a side bobbin winder pretty cheap on my website here:
<br /><a href="http://sewingpartsonline.com/wright-s-bobbin-side-winder.aspx">http://sewingpartsonline.com/wright-s-bobbin-side-winder.aspx</a>
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Let me know how it turned out! <br /><br /><br />
- Jeremy<br />
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
Parts are still available. Make sure you are using an authorized Husqvarna Viking dealer. Check the Husqvarna Viking website for dealers in your area - http://www.husqvarnaviking.com/us If the dealer is unable to fix or get parts, have them send the machine to Husqvarna Viking Service Technician headquarters in Tennessee. They can repair or rebuild parts no longer available. Also parts may be available from third party = http://www.pd60.net. Good luck.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
You must put that black ring back on the sewing machine. It will not work without it. There is a groove in the black plastic part that lines up with the black metal "fin" that is in the middle of the bobbin winder. Put the "fin" in the 12 O'clock position and line the groove up at 12 O'clock as well and push it onto the spindle. It will "click" when you have it on all the way.
The reason it got pulled off is because the thread has too much tension on it as the machine was winding the bobbin and it crushed the center of the bobbin onto the spindle and the black piece that pulled off the machine. If you are winding the bobbin through the needle you must go under the presser foot, (always have the foot in the up position)and the foot must be a metal one and you DO NOT put the thread over the silver button like guide on the right side of the machine to wind the bobbin. That guide is a tension device that is used to put tension on the thread when you use the guides on the rear of the machine instead of the regular path through the needle. If you use the normal thread path through the needle and that button like tension device, it creates too much tension on the thread and wraps it too tightly on the bobbin, some it even breaks in half. You can also have bad stitching even if you get the bobbin off the machine because it can distort the shape of the bobbin which can cause it not to spool properly so you sewing tension of the bobbin is compromised.
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
SOURCE: I have a designer 1
It sounds as though maybe the bobbin thread is not "clicked" into the tension slot correctly. You need to be sure it goes into the slot and you can hear/feel it seat itself in there. As a last resort, you can tighten the bobbin tension. Take the bobbin case out. On the side there is a recessed screw. If you think of it as a clock, turn the screw in no greater than 5 minute increments - to the right to tighten, to the left to loosen.
Is your machine sewing regular stitching (i.e. not embroidery, hoop off) okay or is the bobbin thread not right for that either? Next time you have your machine serviced, be sure to take in your embroidery unit too so the technician can set it up to be good for both ordinary sewing and for embroidery. I actually have a second bobbin case that I adjust if necessary for whatever project I'm working on that needs anything other than "default" setting for the bobbin. Thay way, I'm not messing about with the bobbin that has been set correctly by the technician but you can easily adjust your bobbin if it needs it. Just remember to put it back to "normal" when you are done.
Posted on Dec 05, 2010
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