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What do you mean by "sorting" bobbin thread? Never heard that term before.

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Need manual instructions for Riccar 2910 need help with bobbin, threding machined and tension setting and bobbin holder.


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Hi there,
I would start by re winding your bobbin and making sure that it is done though all the correct tension loops. A bobbin that is wound to tight or loose can cause all sorts of problems. If that has been done then completely rethread the machine from scratch. Now go through and check all your tensions, it sounds like the bobbin tension is too loose and your stitch tension is too tight. Adjust and try again.
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Wow, what a challenge. There are a lot of reviews/complaints about how temperamental this model is- sewers either love it or hate it and have the same problems you describe. Since I am an experienced sewer and have lots of vintage black Singer models, ( I got rid of the newer models), I wouldn't mess with it any further...If you can, take it to a Singer authorized repair person....they can sort it out for you. Sounds like you've done everything you could so far. Good Luck.

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I have a Brother Disney SE-2700 and the bottom threads knott up causing me to not be able to sew.Please help.


It sounds like it has not been correctly threaded or the tension is too tight. Check the tension discs for bits of thread that may have broken off and be causing a blockage.
Re-thread the top threads making sure the pressure foot is up before passing the thread through the tension discs!
Then check the bobbin is running correctly by pulling on the tail of the thread. The bobbin should rotate clockwise. Put the bobbin case in and make sure it is seated correctly.

If all this fails try replacing the needle. A blunt needle can cause all sorts of weird problems

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I would un-thread and remove the bobbin and then try the foot control.

If the needle does not go up and down, check the bobbin winder to be sure it is not engaged.

If the machine works with out string/thread, re-thread with the presser foot up.

Check the insertion of the bobbin into the bobbincase to be sure the thread is feeding from the bobbin spool in the correct direction.

Sometimes it is better to open the manual, lay it next to the machine, read and apply each step as you go through the pages, especially bobbin winding and threading.

I hope something will work this out for you.

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When I sew the back of the material thread is big loops. Is this because my bobbin is not set right?


well errr???? im a man talking to you !!!! how would i know whats wrong here???? i cant stich a button on???? but ???? me thinks its not so much the bobbin thats not set right its the needle thred tensions that are wrong there far to slack, whats happening is the needle is stiching but the bobbin is not pulling up all the exess slack, you have missed threded the sewing machine? missing out the thred tenshion bit,,that or it's just not tight,,, crank it up tighter and see if this helps pull it up more under the stiching ? if im wrong slap me !

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It could just be that your needle is blunt and you need to put a new one in. It is amazing how many different problems a blunt needle can cause. Hope its sorted now.

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