Question about Sewing Machines
It would probably be better to just purchase a new replacement bobbin casing. If the old one is disassembled, it would be very difficult to get it back together and have the tension function properly, whereas a new one will be set at the factory.
Posted on Aug 13, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: bobbin case not fitting
541678 is the bobbin case you want.Most sewing machine dealers can get this part for you. The machine was made from 1978 to 1984. Before you spend a lot of money repairing this machine, check,or have someone else check, the cam drive gears in the top of the machine. They frequently crack and cause a lot of noise and some erratic stitching.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
SOURCE: I have been sewing bunting
Is this a top loading bobbin case? If so take the stitch plate off and look for burs or needle punckers on the bobbin case, if you find some polish them off(may need to be replaced.
Also did you use the exact same bobbin that you took out, just had a customer come it that was using the incorrect bobbin for her machine.
Also check your top threading, sounds like it could be that. Make sure to get it in the tension unit. Thread the machine all the way to the needle but not in the needle eye. Then lift and lower the presser foot, you should have tension when it is down and no tension when it is up. If not your machine needs adjusting.
hope this helps
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
SOURCE: Plastic casing around the bobbin
The red plastic piece sits adjacent to the inner metal piece with the sharp hook assembly. It does not sppear in the drawings in the manual. There is a cutout at its center that fits over the metal head protruding from the inner metal piece. When placed correctly you can see that the red piece fits precisely into the circumference of the metal housing in which it rotates. The outer metal piece is secured by the two black swing arms and the bobbin can then be easily replaced as usual. It helps to tilt the machine back slightly when inserting these pieces but be careful not to lose the red plastic piece inside. If it drops in it can be retrieved with a pair of needle nose pliers or similar.
Posted on May 27, 2012
SOURCE: is there a picture of how the bobbin case fits in the machine? particulary the lower right clip arm and the upper left metal foot looking part? The bobbin case is not secure so when i start to sew t
Go to Singer. Com and type in your model number they provide a free manual download and it provides pictures of what you're after.
Posted on Mar 25, 2013
SOURCE: bobbin casing for 150 QE
You can download a workbook here:
How to Clean and Oil Your Bernina Sewing Machine
You may need to wiggle the hook around a little bit to make sure it fits properly. If the race holder snaps easily into place and the bobbin case snaps in and latches, it should be set to go.
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It is generally not recommended to use canned air on a sewing machine as it tends to force lint and threads further into the machine. Use a soft brush and perhaps some small vacuum attachments to remove anything you are unable to reach.
Posted on Oct 22, 2016
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