Question about Sewing Machines
Most likely the needle was broken when a piece of cloth was under the machine right , this means that the needle was slightly bent while it went down to pick up the lower thread , in most of these cases it damaged something fornm the bottom spool.....better check carefullyfor marks and VERY genrly with a new needle in place utrn by hand and see feel where it gets stuck...then replace part or bring to shop to fix ...
Posted on Nov 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
thread only shows the bobbin thread when i sew and needle thread also please e-mail me the attachment instructions. email@example.com
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
I am a veteran seamstress and I may be able to help you. it sounds as though you just have the wrong needle in the machine or the needle is in backwards.. Machine needles are different lengths according to what machine it is. The needle could also be dull on the point. Try this and see if it helps. Also your local sew shop can help you no charge if you just go in and talk with them. The techs enjoy helping for the most part I have discovered.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
wrong set up made this thing goes wrong,well
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Posted on Apr 10, 2009
Slot A looks like a groove in the front of the bobbin housing just pull the thread to the right and then to the left to get it into groove A, groove B is to the left of A when you pull it into A it will slip into B. You then just pull the thread forward and you are good to go. I hope this makes sense. I can try to take a picture of mine and see if I can get a clear picture if you still need help.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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