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My simplicity serge pro will not serge,its threaded and seems to be locked up ,the hand wheel still turns,what should i do?

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hi there. here is the manual. go to page nine to see how to thread.

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SOURCE: Can't get the material to feed automatically

The teeth on your feed may be clogged with lint... follow instructions in the manual to remove the cover and clean out the lint...has the machine been oiled??

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SOURCE: Changed thread on serge pro SW 432. Now no chain or stitch.

Sergers can be tricky to thread.

Remove the thread.

Raise the antenna to it's highest position.

Open the tensions - setting zero.

Lift the presser foot.

Open the door on the serger and turn the handwheel until the upper looper is at it's highest point.

There should be a threading guide on the front of the machine or on the inside of the door.

Follow the threading sequence as this greatly affects the stitching.

Posted on Mar 13, 2010

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Changed thread on serge pro SW 432. Now no chain or stitch.


Sergers can be tricky to thread.

Remove the thread.

Raise the antenna to it's highest position.

Open the tensions - setting zero.

Lift the presser foot.

Open the door on the serger and turn the handwheel until the upper looper is at it's highest point.

There should be a threading guide on the front of the machine or on the inside of the door.

Follow the threading sequence as this greatly affects the stitching.

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The teeth on your feed may be clogged with lint... follow instructions in the manual to remove the cover and clean out the lint...has the machine been oiled??

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Always thread the lower looper first. Then the upper looper. Finish by threading the needles.
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I have a Simplicity Pro model SW432.  The sewing sample that came with it had the following tension settings: Red 3.2 yellow 2 green 3.5 blue 2 The book gives illustrations about the different problems you might have.  Changing a tension a little and trying it for the partic. fabric you are using, is usually what a person ends up doing.

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