Question about Yamata FY14U4AD
All of a sudden while sewing my machine stopped making the stitch. I've rethreaded it multiple times thinking it's threaded wrong but i'm doing it how i usually do it. the stitch just doesn't stay locked together and i do know know what to do. It's for a yamata FY14u4AD overlock machine
Unthread the needles, rethread the loopers properly, then rethread the needles. Make sure that all four threads are pulled securely into the tensions and retry.
The loopers must always be threaded before the needles or it will not chain.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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