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BOBBIN TREAD LOOPING UNDERNEATH

MY JUKI TL98E BROKE BOTTOM THREAD WHILE QUILTING AND NOW IS LOOPING ON UNDERSIDE. HOW DO I FIX IT?

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Looping thread on the bobbin side means that the upper tension is too loose... make sure it's threaded correctly.

Posted on Jun 15, 2009

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My thread keeps looping on bottom Have changed tension, needle rethreaded and changed bobbin nothing helps what am I doing wrong?


not sure if this will help you...Check Your Tension Settings. Looping underneath the fabric usually occurs when there is not enough tension in the needle thread to pull the bobbin thread. Sometimesthread buching can be caused by something as simple as the tension dial being inadvertently turned.

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I have a Juki TL98E and when I got it forgot to put the presser foot down and obviously the needle broke several times. Now the thread keeps breaking. Thoughts?


Remove all the thread from the machine. Thoroughly check that there are no stray threads or lint stuck anywhere. Oil your machine per the instructions.

Make sure you are using a brand new needle.

ALWAYS RAISE the presser foot and rethread the machine. Verify the thread path is correct. Check that the bobbin is installed and threaded correctly.

Set the tension to the midway point. Pull the bobbin thread to the top of the fabric. Gently hold the thread tails while you take a couple of slow stitches.

If it is still not sewing correctly, it's quite possible the timing is off (which is common when a needle breaks). You'll probably need to take it for service.

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Oct 27, 2016 | Juki Sewing Machines

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Juki DDL 8500: Bobbin thread is not coming up to the top side and the top thread is looping on the underside. Bobbin thread slides right out, and I've had no luck adjusting the top thread tension.


What thread are you using and what are you sewing? I'm assuming the machine is stitching correctly and it is just a tension issue. I would test each thread seperatly by hand and see if one thread is too tight or too loose. Thread on the bottom usually mean the top thread is too loose however it could by the bobbin is too tight. It could also indicate a slight timing issue or a burr on the hook. Is the thread shredding or getting damaged?

May 02, 2015 | Juki Sewing Machines

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Started machine quilting; first pass went just fine, rolled up quilted portion, then started machine again but the bobbin thread broke and continues to break. Took out bobbin, reset it in case, etc. N


from what you said about the bobbin thread continues to break
check for burrs in the following area--even the smallest burr can cause problems
bobbin
bobbin case
needle plate
needle could be damaged
or bad thread

Feb 10, 2012 | Juki TL-98Q

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I am having problems with my Juki TL98E skipping stitches when I free-motion quilt. I have cleaned it well, put in a new needle but still having problems. When I stitch forward, it's ok, but when I try to...


It is a timing issue. I have a TL98E. The needle bends a bit when free motion quilting, moving the needle away from the hook, thus missing the thread. Try to put in a larger needle, or have the timing changed so that the hook "kisses" the size needle that you want to use. Tammy

Nov 18, 2010 | Juki TL-98Q

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Tl98e broke a needle and now won't stop looping.


needle plate may be sanded lightly for nicks and scratches. Timing is probably off, need to see an expert repair service in your area.

May 30, 2010 | Feiyue FS288

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I have a Juki tl98e it often has a problem with the bobbin not sewing on the bottom of the quilt. Especially when you first start quilting. Stopping and starting. I do not have a manual for this machine....


A manual is the best 'tool' you can get for your sewing machine. The manual will explain how to thread the machine, how the machine works, what the different buttons and levers are for, how to maintain it, etc. Before you do anything else, get a manual :)

Apr 20, 2010 | Juki Sewing Machines

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Where do I oil?


I found my manual and oiled my machine. Then I found the solution to the thread breaking (online) - I just needed to drop my feeder! Thanks anyway. Alma

May 07, 2009 | Juki Sewing Machines

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Needle thread breaks while quilting on machine frame


My friend and I both have the Juki 98Q but on different frames - we were both having problems (needles breaking, thread getting tangled) we removed the thin metal thing inside the bobbin case and have had no problems since (over a year now!).

Nov 01, 2008 | Juki TL-98Q

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Loose stitching underneath. HOW CAN I FIX!!!!


Sounds as though you may have a burr or rough spot on the hook where the bobbin inserts. Run your finger along the edge of the hook to see if there are any rough spots.I'm sure you're going to find at least one from the time you broke the needle.Once you locate it, remove it with an emery stick or small sharpening stone. Polish it so that it is smooth. Should work okay.
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Jun 27, 2008 | Juki TL-98Q

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