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Consew 226 sewing machine will not feed the material through under the needle

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The walking foot lever is not touching the material . is the knee pedal adjusted right . is the manul lever on the back down.

Posted on Jan 27, 2015

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SOURCE: consew 226 r sewing machine

Take the bobbin out and check for dirt or broken thread in the hole.

Posted on Sep 15, 2008

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SOURCE: How do you adjust the stitch length on Consew 226 R-1?

if it is like the other industrial machines I've used, here is the general principle:

On the machine there is a button with no label. Hold button while turning the handwheel toward you. When you feel the button depressl you can adjust the length. Hold the button in the machine and crank the hand wheel back to decrease the length of ths titch and foward to increase it. I usually put a notch on the fly wheel for my standard length with some nailpolish. Release the button and sew to test the length.

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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SOURCE: Consew 226 breaking needles

I posted an answer to this a couple days ago. If the hook's hitting the needle you need to move it away from the needle. There's a small screw in the bottom of the machine that holds the hook mechanism in place. You need to loosen the screw and gently tap the assembly away from the needle. The hook should just pick up the looped thread as the needle bar rises. You can go to www.consew.com and download a pdf file showing the parts of the machine, also an owners manual. You have to click on the 224 machine. The manual's the same for 224, 225, 226. Or you can click on the 226R-3 - that's the same, too.

Posted on Aug 31, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a consew machine 226 and the needle thread

your needle is in backward, the groove must point to the left.

Posted on Jan 27, 2010

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SOURCE: Consew 230 continually breaks top thread at needle

What size thread are you using? With thicker fabrics, you should be using at least a size 50. Even a 30 would be better.

Posted on Jan 31, 2011

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Specifications


  • Two needle mechanism readily makes two parallel lines of stitches
  • Compound feed, walking foot mechanism insures even feeding of material
  • Large hooks and bobbins assures longer operation between bobbin changes
  • Centra-Lube® semi-automatic lubrication system
  • Automatic hook lubrication
  • Oil fed take-up
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  • Safety clutch protects the hooks from being damaged
  • Various needle gauges available
  • For sewing light to heavy-weight materials such as leather, vinyl, upholstery, synthetics, canvas, vinyl and various coated and laminated products
  • Designed for stitching such products as auto, boat and furniture upholstery, tarpaulins, covers, sails, tents, camping trailer covers, awnings, umbrellas, tops, bags, luggage, handbags, travel ware accessories, sports and camping equipment, wearing apparel, outdoor clothing, canvas shoes, slippers, orthopedic appliances, etc.
  • Suitable for double needle seaming, binding, taping and piping operations

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You can download a free PDF file from www.consew.com. There's a complete parts list but you have to click on the 224 to get the 226 manual. It's free - 10 pages!

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