Question about Baby Lock Esante
While embroidering the thread will fray, spit and then break.
Posted by Anonymous on
Use a needle 1 size larger, fraying and splitting usually caused by the needle.
Posted on Dec 03, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: thread breaka
First, make sure that you are threading the machine properly check your manual for right thread path.
Secondly, make sure you are using an embroidery needle.
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
SOURCE: Baby Lock Ellure
I HAVE HAD THIS HAPPEN SEVERAL TIMES AND WHEN I WOULD CHECK THREAD IT WOULD BE OK, MOST OF THE TIME HOWEVER, IF I COMPLETELY UNTHREAD IT AND RETHREAD IT THE PROBLEM IS SOLVED. I HATE IT WHEN THEY DO THIS MUST BE A PROBLEM WITH ALL OF THEM
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
I ended up switching the spools of thread around. Apparently, even though I had purchased good quality threads, one of the spools was wound in a way that made the thread loop and twist around. So I put the offending spool of thread through one of the needles and put the needle thread on the upper looper. That seems to be working. By the way, BabyLoc was very unhelpful dealing with this problem. Thank you!
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
SOURCE: Babylock Ellure thread issues
I have the same machine and love it. Sometimes if the thread is old that will happen to me. And also I spray the thread with static guard before i thread the machine in dry cold weather. Since you said you are an embroiderer I assume you are using the same weight thread top and bottom. The other thing that causes that on my machine is if there is a nick on the spool of thread I am using and the thread catches just a little as it comes off the spool. I use a fine nail file and smooth off the edge where the little v is to reattach the thread when you are finish using it. I never use them. You do sew a little and cut off the tail off the top thread before you let it go through the rest of design. I hope you have found the solution but I learned these tricks while having the same problem as you.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
Many things can inter fear with the thread and cause it to break. A common problem is the thread getting wrapped around the top tension rollers on that machine. You can take off the "face cover" (side cover on the left) and look from the side and see if the 2 little rollers have thread wrapped around or underneath them. Start there.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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