Question about Sewing Machines
After I hade my serger repaired, (I couldnt get the neddle in the slot, it was like it the slot, was bent, but thats not my problem now) i noticed it wasn't cutting, after investigating I noticed the whole cutting mechanism was out of position. the whole apparatis that houses the cutter has drooped down, i can raise it up but can't get it to stay. I hope you can help. Thank you.
The cutter mechanism connects to the machine whet the front is closed. If you look at the machine with the door open. You will see a finger coming out of the inside of the machine. If you turn the hand wheel it should move up and down. On the cutter mechanism there is a fork that fits over the finger. When it is all closed up it sould work together to move the cutter blade up an down. Is the cutter in the up position?
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