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How do i thread my brother 920d serger?

I got this machine as a gift, but didn't get the instructions . So i really need to know how to thread it.I can get as faras the upper and lower looper, can you please HELP?

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3 thread overlocking (serging) is no different t 4 thread, except you remove one or other of the needle threads.

The stitch width is then controlled by two variables,

the manual width dial selector, and
your choice of either the right or left needle

Suggest yo play with width selector on a scrap of your project fabric to achieve the look you are after.

Posted on Feb 17, 2008

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The lower looper thread MUST be threaded before the needles are threaded. You must also be sure the lower looper thread is pushed and staying all the way to the left before it is threaded through the looper eye. Double check the threading diagram and count the number of guides the thread passes through. Count how many guides you have actually passed it through. It must be the same. The dealer you bought it from should be willing to show you if you can't figure it out.
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Posted on Aug 11, 2010

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Even though the video is busted, have you tried taking it to a store like Radio Shack and having them try to put the information on DVD for you?

My VHS tape was fine but I put it on DVD and the instructions are quite good and very helpful.

Posted on Sep 08, 2010

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have you tried changing the needles

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My singer 227 m was a gift i accidently took the bobbin out now dont know how to put back in also need the settings they need to be on please cuz the top thread is reallyy loose


If the upper thread tension is off, most likely it is threaded incorrectly or it is not seated in the tension disks. Remove the upper thread, RAISE the presser foot and rethread from the beginning. Verify the thread path is correct. Set the upper tension to the midway point between high & low number to start and then tweak it from there.

A manual for your machine would be a tremendous help.

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SINGER Installing Front Load Bobbin Tutorial

Be sure to keep your machine clean and oiled--ONLY fresh, good quality sewing machine oil or liquid Tri-Flow Synthetic Lube from the hardware store. Open the top lid, the side over the needle bar and the bobbin area. Slowly rock the handwheel and apply ONLY 1-2 drops every place where metal rubs against metal. AVOID belts, plastic gears, cams. Be sure to move selector dials and levers and oil those metal mechanisms too. Doing this every 40 hours of sewing will keep your machine happy and healthy. Also, remember to change out the needles frequently--every 8 hours of use.

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When i run a straight stitch, the top of the fabric looks well sewn; the thread on the bottom of the fabric, however, bunches up-it looks nothing like the top stitch.


Is it really the bobbin thread that is bunching under the fabric, or is it really the top thread that is creating loops and "bird nests" under the fabric???

Rethread your upper thread. BEFORE you thread the upper thread, be sure to RAISE the presser foot. This releases the upper thread tension disks so the thread is firmly seated in the tension disk.

If it continues to be a problem, then the upper tension needs to be tightened. Adjust slightly, then test. Repeat until the upper and lower threads meet in the middle of the fabric.

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The upper thread will not pick up th lower thread.


Maybe there's a problem with your sewing machine.How many time have you been using that machine?Maybe it's time to replace that with a new one. Try my sewing machine brand I have use it for many years now and I didn't got any problem so far.I got this brother sewing machine

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Need a threading diagram for a consew694ex


I found two things for your consew, but neither of them have threading information. Generally, you thread a serger like this. Upper Looper, Lower looper, needles from right to left. If you ever break a thread... remove all other threads and begin again from the upper looper thread. (I know... it's a pain) Here's a video that is NOT your machine but explains pretty well.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zt8G9kw-U_s&feature=related

I included the documents I found in case you need them.

Parts Info (keep for future reference) http://consew.marginspluslive.com/images/products/parts%20books/693ex.pdf

maintenance info (keep) http://consew.marginspluslive.com/images/products/instruction%20manuals/694.pdf

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I need a manual for a Simplicity Easy Lock Serger SL4300. I got it from a friend and she didn't have the manual. The loops are over the top of the material sticking out to far and I do not know how...


You can purchase a manual for this machine from the following link for $US14.99

http://www.sewingpartsonline.com/instruction-manual-simplicity-sl4300.aspx

I can't see it anywhere for free download unfortunately. But you may find that looking at a manual for another 4 thread overlocker may get you started. If you try this link http://www.singerco.com/accessories/instruction-manuals you can look at the free Singer downloads,
try this link for their 654 3/4 thread model http://www.singerco.com/uploads/download/555_14sh644_654-(e_s_f)-(new-led-version).pdf
it may give you some help now.

Essentially, to change the stitch width you can either move the lower fixed blade wider to cut less fabric or tighten up the upper and lower looper threads in order to close up the stitching.

Moving the blade usually means opening up the front cover door, putting pressure on the upper blade and swinging it up out of the way. Then you can adjust the lower blade, usally by turning a knob near to it. Sometimes this knob will be marked 1, 2, 3.

Adjusting the looper tensions is done by changing the tension dial settings for the thread needing adjusting. If its a standard four thread overlocker that produces a "marrow" seam it will have two needles and two loopers, upper and lower. Generally on most overlockers, the upper looper will be the second from right tension dial and lower looper will be right most tension dial - turn up one half number to tighten, or down one half number increment to loosen, then test stitch again. The needles shouldn't need adjusting too often.

I usually start with all tension dials on 5, test stitch, then adjust from there. Some fabrics will tunnel (pull in) if the seam is too wide so you need to either move the blade to the left and trim more fabric or loosen off the loopers. Or in the reverse, like you are getting, the threads will hang off the edge.

There is some good serger information on Debbis Cosgrove's pages www.sewing.about.com but if you have never used a serger, then getting the genuine manual is probably best.

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Maybe, pull the material out of machine, and make sure that the thread didn't all jam in the bobbin area. If so, clean it out and rethread your machine, upper and lower. Now, put the material in again, but do not start with needle in the materal, make sure that it is in the highest position. Hang on to your threads, upper & lower, for a few stitches. If, your material is real stretchy or thin, put some stabilizer under it, or gift wrapping tissue paper under it. See what happens now. Good luck

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