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Singer 6233 Instruction Manual page 14

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Threading model 6233


that machine has what is called a 6 second threading style, you just snap the thread at the top first thread guide then take the thread down around the curved part then up over the take up lever then straight down to the needle. be sure your presser foot is in the raised position when threading the upper thread.

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How to thread an old Montgomery Ward sewing machine model 30 ? e


Search the internet for your machine make & model & threading instructions. You may not find your exact machine, but a lot of similar machines will have the same threading sequence.

Just a hint: be sure to RAISE the presser foot BEFORE threading the upper thread so the tension disk will allow the thread to seat properly.

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Why would the lower looper thread be cutting in a new overlocker machine?


Tensions, broken finger on needle plate, burrs on the needle deflectors, threaded in the wrong sequence, low quality thread are all common reasons why the thread breaks. Threading sequence is extremely important on a serger.

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I need a manual for a JCPenney Model 6601. Or at least how to thread it.


Back in my 7th grade home ec class (I'm 52 yo now), our teacher told us that all machines thread basically the same and I never forgot that and it has served me well through the years. No matter what brand of machine, or level of machine (from little girls first one, my embroidery or my heavy duty industrial leather machine) they have all threaded the same:
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How to thread up and the correct tension for chain does the lower looper thread go over or under the upper looper thread


What make and model overlocker?

Best bet is get hold of a manual for it; try the manufacturer's website, www.sewusa.com , www.sewingpartsonline.com or www.diplofix.com to obtain one.

You may also find some general information on www.sewing.about.com.

My Bernina 334D, sequence from L-R, is thread 3, thread 4, then needles, so top looper, bottom looper then needles. But if yours has a chain stitch it would probably be a little different.

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Singer Model 6233 While sewing the bobbin cas...


If you broke a needle and cannot get it to pick up the thread from the bobbin you need to check your timing. Remove the needle plate and turn the machine over watching the needle, when it is at the bottom of its travel the hook on the shuttle should be right next to or a fraction from the needle. So that as the needle begins to move upward the hook should pass it if it passes to soon it will miss the loop of thread. Check to make sure your needle is installed all the way up in the bar. If your machine is out of time and you are fairly handy, you can retime it. There should be 2 set screws some where behind the shuttle. Loosen them, one loose and one only as loose as need be to turn the shuttle. The needle must have moved upward about 1/16 before the hook is in place to catch the loop. This can be time comsuming, and you will have trial and error. Good luck. P.S. always check for simple stuff before you go for the hard stuff.

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Bobbin not looping top thread to make a stitch


Get a manual for your machine so you know how to properly thread the machine - you need to be sure the thread goes through the guides in proper sequence and - ALWAYS thread a sewing machine with the presser foot up.

You need to be sure the bobbin thread is feeding in the correct direction from the bobbin spool and through the correct guides.

Check the needle to see if it is installed correctly and is not bent.

Most sewing machine needles are installed with the flat side toward the back of the machine.

After proper threading and bobbin feeding, hold onto the top thread tail and lower the needle down and back up to pull up the bobbin thread.

Take both thread ends under the presser foot and to the back of the machine.

You did not provide the make and model of your machine so I can only suggest if you do not have a manual, search the Internet. Singer and Brother have downloads. Sewusa has many brands/models.

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Singer overlocker


Most likely is the left looper thread is trapping the needle threads.

Remove the threads and start over in this sequence....

Left looper - right looper - left needle - right needle.

If you thread the needles before the lower looper, the needle thread wrapped over the looper will be under the looper thread and will never be free to form a stitch, so the threading sequence is critical.

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