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Toyota SE06 RS2000 manual

The top stitches are fine but underneath is a mess. I have checked the bobbin and adjusted the tension, it is now on 9, which seems a bit unlikely.

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Posted on Jul 06, 2009

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SOURCE: bobbin tension?

Try threading the machine with the presser foot up to see if this will solve the problem.

When a sewing machine is threaded with the presser foot down, the thread cannot properly enter the tension. No tension control of the top thread and it cannot form a satisfactory stitch.

You might be able to find a manual for your machine at sewusa.com

Posted on Mar 01, 2010

SOURCE: our toyota Rs2000 quiltmaster 50 is not picking

1.is the needle bent or blunt
2.is there a 2 to 3 inch tail on the bobbin that it can be picked up
3.is there lint or thread fragments in the bobbin aea

Posted on Jul 31, 2010

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SOURCE: Hi, My stitches look ok at

Sounds like the bobbin tension is incorrect or the bobbin is inserted the wrong way around. The thread should double back on itself coming out if the bobbin holder.

Posted on Feb 08, 2011

Testimonial: "Very speedy response - many thanks. It was the bobbin - the thread was loose on the bobbin. I rewound it and it worked fine. Thankyou"

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SOURCE: My top thread keeps breaking. I have adjusted the

sometimes the needle plate gets a burr on it which will break the thread when sewing. Usually 2 screws hold the needle plate on and remove those and pull the needle plate off. Take a close look at the hole that the needle travels into and see if its a little rough on both side. If so you can use a file on it to smooth it back down.

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