Question about Sewing Machines
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try moving the stitch length dial to 4 or 5 - check the manual. You may have it in the position for very close together sewing. I had to do a lot of trying with my 4795 to get it to work right. I found that very thin thread, polyester kind, broke at the needle after a couple of stitches. I switched to coats & clarks thread and a Singer ball point needle and it works fine. Be sure your needle is inserted with the flat top toward the back of the machine. Good luck!
Posted on May 27, 2009
it sounds like the thred tenshion is to loos or the timing has sliped a little and its off a bit this can also happen with wear on the gears or just a loos fixing letting the timing slip back a bit,
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
SOURCE: my wife has a necchi
I had to open up the machine and figure out how the feed dog worked which was pretty easy. You will need a Phillips head to remove the protective cover on the bottom area of the sewing area, and the back of the machine that has the side with the presser foot lift or drop. Keep the screws in a bowl or a container to keep them from being lost and make sure you remember where the screws go...there are two that are removed that are different from the rest. Once you access the unit you will look into the bottom area and look at how the feed dog moves up and down....its okay to touch it. Once you see how it moves up and down you will also see that there is a black screw without a head on it that has an impression for a flat head screwdriver (a small one) and has a nut attached. When the screw is turned in either direction it lifts or drops the feed dog. The nut must be loose to adjust the screw and tightened once you raise it to the desired height. Make sure you try out the stitching before you close everything up as your bottom stitch will be affected if the feed dog it to high.
BTW take out the needle before you start messing with the machine so you don't hurt yourself.
And while you are in there, clean the lint out.
My kids lost my little brush and seem ripper that came with it, so I use a small paintbrush to clean out the machine.
Let me know,if needed further assistance.
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Posted on Dec 11, 2010
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