Question about Necchi Sewing Machines
I have tried what seems like EVERY combination of pressure settings on the bobbin and can't get it to move steadily. I have to keep trying to pull material through steadily while using right hand on the wheel to lower the needle as I press the foot control and it rev's up but does nothing! What's wrong? Never so many troubles with this. I have run a fresh bobbin and taken apart the bobbin to be sure it's placed right and even checked the threading all the way to the source. Please use plain language in reply describing HOW TO as you explain... that is, if anyone knows what I should do. I need to get this done today if possible! Or, if someone will call me I am at 513.266.6888 thank you. (Visiting my daughter, trying to finish for her to wear for her Birthday.) :)
The problem may only be with the feed dogs,, they feed the fabric thru so the needle can sew it.. if the problem persists the feed dogs need to be checked.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Thread getting caught underneath
you need to replace your shukle that holds the tread bobbing below.it is either slack or broken . if it is slack then you tighten the little screw that holds a cover that gives the thread tension .if its broken then replace it.once the thread is slack below it will cause your thread to bundle up.
Posted on Mar 19, 2007
SOURCE: tangled bobbin thread
Okay. I had this problem too. try taking the bobbin casing out. I had a bit of thread lintg caught in a remote area of the under-plate area. Blow it out with canned air and oil your machine. That should help. It fixed mine.
Posted on May 09, 2007
There is a spring loaded catch on the needle bar assembly. It is designed to keep the needle bar from going up and down on command for basting. That way it can take fewer stitches while basting. Anyway, over time, with lint build up, use and not enough oiling, the needle bar clamp release can stick. It is located in the machine cover and hard to get at. It is located right at the point where the needle bar clamp (middle of needle bar) is. It looks pointed on top and about 3/8" tall and SHOULD be able to move front to back (as you are sitting at the machine. If you want to fix it your self, lay the machine on it's back to see up into the needle bar area, you can also see through the threading slot as well.to oil it with SEWING MACHINE oil (read not 3 n1 oil) and try to work it front to back until it breaks free and play with it until it springs back every time you push it. I hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
well try to rotate hand wheel center holder clockwise while hold grift the handwheel not to move to engage the clutch,because ther is clutch that holding the movement of the needle and the bobbins case.if still nothing change at all,open a cover motor assembly chech the belt tension if still engage on pulley,maybe slip pulley is occuring when motor run,if belt is slip to pulley replace belt,but if ok upon clutch adjustment ignore replacement.
regarding bobbin and threading you can watch on youtube.doing this,on internet explorer,type www.youtube.com
then on you tube search type"sewing machine"then click search
ther are high ligthed show for bobbins winding and treading just click it enjoy watching while you learn,have a nice viewing regards
don't forget to rate me,thank's
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
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