Question about Sewing Machines
Thread tension is by a knob on the face of the machine
if you find by adjusting that , nothing is happening , check the way the thread has been put in as it can get behind the pressure plates and jam on the bolt or not be between the pressure plates and just running free
bobbin tension is by the small screw that holds the flat spring under which you pull the thread after fitting in the bobbin back in the carrier
( seldom need to adjust bobbin thread tension)
Posted on Dec 13, 2016
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