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i think that somehow the motor is running in reverse for whatever reason ,could the motor be DC and somehow the rectifier has gone wrong ,what voltage is this machine i wonder ,like 220c AC input but with a DC motor for some strange reason so it can run on a camper van as 12v ??
First locate the sewing machine tension gauge. Sometimes its called a knob or a button or found on your Touch Screen if you have a computerized machine. Refer to your manual if you can't find it.
Either your needle thread is too tight or your bobbin thread is too loose.
First check that your bobbin thread hasn't slipped out of its tension spring in the bobbin case.
If the bobbin thread is correctly threaded through the tension spring, then decrease your needle tension by 1 number. Test by stitching several inches on your small quilt sandwich. Keep decreasing the tension until no needle thread is visible on the quilt top.
If sewing machine tension problems occur during the middle of a quilting session, again, first refer to the checklist above. Once you're satisfied that your sewing machine is threaded properly and your needle is not the culprit, then adjust the tension as outlined above.
If you have just started testing your quilting thread choices and you are using different threads for the needle and bobbin, you will in all probability make adjustments to your tension.
Make a small quilt sandwich from the materials used in your quilt to make this sandwich. It doesn't have to be pretty or even pin basted. It should be just big enough to test some of the stitching you plan to do on your quilt.
You cannot convert an AC charger into a DC charger for a cordless tool, no matter what you do. The charger has a transformer that operates only on an AC current only. You did not state what battery your drill has, but a range of chargers are available for cordless tools, as long as the batteries are 12v or less. Speak to your hardware outlet.
yes but make sure the motors are exactly the same.check the voltage on both of them and see if they are both ac motors and not dc motors.if the new motor is dc it won't work.i have a hoover savvy that has a dc motor that i want to replace with a ac motor
There is no fuse on a hoover steanvac, but it may have a ac/dc converter. I do not have a model list in front of me but if it does then this probally went bad. Another option is it may have overheated give the machine 12 hours to reset internally and try it again.
Vacuum works with the battery but does not work with 120 volt. Every time I plug it in it blows the internal fuse. I have replaced the fuse inside the vaccum several times and every time i plug it in it blows. What do you think it could be?