Re: How do I put bobbin case back in a. Is there a...
What type of machine do you have what is the model don't you have a user manual. YoI should go online and search with Google and find the users manual and read it there's only one way to put the bop in correctly depends on the machine
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Could be threaded incorrectly. Remove the thread from the machine. Put in a brand new needle.. ALWAYS RAISE the presser foot and rethread the top thread from the beginning. (AVOID old or bargain bin thread--might even try a different type of thread.) Check that the thread path is correct. Then put bobbin in the bobbin case and thread it through the tension. Check that the bobbin is turning the correct direction in the bobbin case. Install the bobbin case in the machine. Start out with the top tension set about the midway point and then tweak it from there to get the appropriate tension.
Pull the bobbin thread to the top of the fabric and gently hold both thread tails in your left hand while you slowly take the first few stitches.
If you continue to have issues, then you may need to have your machine serviced. It could be out of time or perhaps there is a snag or burr that is catching the thread.
try changing the needle--one that is correct for the fabric being sewed
make sure the top thread has not come off the thread take up lever
try taking the bobbin out (make sure to notice which way the bobbin is turned ) and turn the bobbin the opposite way, and put it back into the bobbin case,, cause one way you put the bobbin in will cause it to jam the other way it will sew.
I would definitely call the repair man and ask him exactly what he did to the machine as far as maintenance? some just clean alittle , yes, I would ask him if he knew about the bobbin case or hook and hook race or shuttle which every one you have being 90 degrees off. I've had others say that they took their machine to be serviced and then they got it back they had the same problem.
if it's still under warrenty I suggest taking the machine back. try changing the needle try turning the bobbin the opposite direction if you have a front or side loading bobbin case try reinserting the bobbin case back in the machine or it could be the motherboard has gone bad, or the foot pedal
Check these two things first.. Pull the bobbin out and look at how it is wound. Is it evenly wound across the bobbin ? Is the bobbin moving with the thread coming out the right way? ie not put in the bobbin casing backwards.
Try a different bobbin to make sure it is not the above problems. If it sews ok then there's something with the way the bobbin is wound or inserted. Also make sure when you put the bobbin back in the machine you feel/hear it click into place.
If that's ok then check your needle to see if it is bent, or in wrong or the wrong type of needle for the machine (tho most new machines all can use regular needles...older machines sometimes required specific needles made for that brand). Try changing needles.
According to the manual, this is a drop-in bobbin.
If the bobbin case came loose, the needle would probably hit it and brake.
Take the bobbin out.
Turn of the power and remove the needle plate (under the presser foot).
Raise the needle to it's highest position and lift out and reset the bobbin case into the shuttle. This should be in the maintenance section of the manual. The bobbin case should fit snug.
Make sure the thread is feeding from the bobbin, counter-clockwise and through the guides on the bobbin case.
For a rotary bobbin with a metal bobbin case.
Remove the bobbin case. Make sure the thread is feeding clock-wise and through the guide on the side of the bobbin case.
Raise the needle to it's highest position - this puts the hook at the lower left. Left the tab on the back of the bobbin case and slip the bobbin case back into the shuttle with the "arm" straight up. You may have to move the bobbin case a bit to the left or right for it to snap into place.
If the problem persits, take the machine back to the dealer - there should not be a charge for fixing this as it is brand new - keep your receipt and warranty information at hand.
This machine has had 2 different updates for the bobbin case, the second also included a new bobbin visor and the metal bracket that holds the bobbin case in proper position. This sis located at about the 5 oclock position looking straight on at the machine. These new pieces must be adjusted and i am sorry the exact position cannot be explained. It must have just the right amount of movement between bobbin case and bracket. The bracket also must be positioned just right.
I messed with it for about 2 hours trying different ways the under neath part of the bobbin was facing. I just gave up put it all back together and turned off the machine and turned it back on. It worked, I don't what I did but it worked. thanks any way.