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How to thread the needle

No i just want to learn how to thread the needle correctly on my white sewing machine

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Hi,
You will find a vast array of threading diagrams at the link HERE
Without the model number I cannit be more specific.
If your model is not shown, tale a look at the others for one that is similar.....there really is not a lot of difference from one to another once you see the logic of the thread being
1. Directed from the spool to the .... 2. Tension Unit, then a 3. Length pulled by the take-up arm, 4. Held and then directed 5. Through the needle eye
Hope you have some joy with this.....it is probably all outlined in your Instruction Manual too
Regards
Martyn Bargainbox

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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SOURCE: Cannot get the bobbin thread to come up with the top thread

1. Make sure the needle is up in the machine all the way.
2. Make sure the flat side of the needle is facing the rear of the machine
3. Only turn the handwheel on the side of the machine towards you, never away from you.
4.Double check your threading of the top of the machine.
5. Also make sure your using the proper needle, your machine takes the most common needle on the market but some look like it and are shorter or longer and wont work properly. Also make sure your not buying needles for a singer serger.

Posted on Oct 07, 2009

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