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Need to thread and don't have a manuel
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Bobbin won't thread
Sounds like the bottom tension is to slack.
Look at the side of your bobbin case, when you thread the bobbin thread part of the route it runs is under a flat leaf spring. There is usually 2 very small scews on this leaf spring one screw holds the spring onto the casing and will be tight. The other is the tension adjuster screw, turn this screw clockwise half a turn at a time. After each half turn pull the bobbin thread until slight resistance is felt. Then try sewing if bunching/tangles still occur more tension is required, this is trial and error until the tension is corrert.
If you want a new manual try this website if your machine is not listed email them and they will try to help.
Posted on Apr 03, 2008
found this in one of our other post.. hope it helps...
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
SOURCE: need to thread machine-no manuel
most common machine have in threading process,I ve holding different brand sewing machine they only differ is in design but the process are commonly same,start bobbins winder to wind threads
gradually until you familiarize again the sewing.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
SOURCE: Singer Futura II - Model 920
This happens when we forget to have the presser foot raised when threading.
What looks like the fault of the bobbin is actually the top thread not forming a tight stitch with the bobbin thread.
When the machine is threaded with the foot down, the tension control is closed and the thread cannot enter the control as it should. When you begin to sew, the tension control cannot do it's job.
If the machine is already threaded, lift the presser foot and pull about 10" of thread from the needle, or re-thread the machine with the presser foot up.
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
You might be able to get a free manual from the Janome website.
I found this $5.00 download - http://brubakerssewing.com/store/index.php/sewing-machine-accessories/janome-l372-l373-instruction-book.html
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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