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I dont know how to thread my edger properly. everytime I do, the threat cuts off and wont rethread automatically.

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I have bought new needles for my Riccar overlocker now the stitching is loopy and messy


Verify you are using the correct needles for your machine. Some needles vary by a fraction of an inch but will make a big difference in serging success.

Remove all the threads from the machine.
(Always cut the threads below the spools, raise the presser foot, and pull the threads DOWN through the needles--Never pull up!)
ALWAYS RAISE the presser foot when threading.
Be sure to always thread each thread in the proper order--threading out of order will usually fail.
Rethread from the beginning and give each thread an extra little tug when threading the tension disk.

If a thread breaks, it is usually less frustrating in the end to remove all the threads and rethread from the beginning. Trying to rethread a broken thread will most likely cause problems.

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Won't catch the bobbin thread everytime. skips. I have retreaded everything several times, reajusted tension, and even the presser foot tension.


Install a brand new needle.

Check the upper tension: Remove the thread. RAISE the presser foot and rethread from the beginning. This ensures the thread is seated properly in the tension disk. Make sure the bobbin case is threaded properly.

If still missing the bobbin thread, it probably has a needle/hook timing issue.

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Bobbin threat loose


Make sure you have threaded the machine properly--which usually involves removing the thread and rethread from the beginning. Make sure to RAISE the presser foot before threading the upper thread. Check that the bobbin is loaded in the bobbin case and it is threaded properly.

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Here's an owner's manual:
User Guide

Usually, if the machine breaks thread, it is because it is threaded incorrectly, the tension is too tight, or there could be a bad needle. Make sure you are using the correct needle and inserting it properly.

Check to make sure the thread coming from the spool is not wrapped around something that it shouldn't, ie the spool pin or the thread tree.

Unthread everything, RAISE the presser foot, then rethread from the very beginning making sure the threads seat properly in the tension disks.

Thread each thread in order as instructed (usually the upper looper first and the lower looper second with the tail draped over the top of the first looper). Pull at least 6 inches of thread tail of all three threads and lay them all in a straight line under the presser foot extending toward the back of the machine.

BE SURE to check your threading sequence against the instruction manual diagram since missing one thread guide will cause problems.

Set all the tension dials to the midway point to test your stitching. HINT: it helps to thread with 3 different colors so you can determine which threads are presenting a problem.

When a thread breaks, it is best to rethread everything from the beginning. Sergers are very finicky machines and even if you try to rethread only the broken thread, they will generally refuse to work.

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Rethreading a garden strimmer


Hi Deborah,
You need to start from the beginning of the trimmer string. Remove the entire spool. Insert the start of the line through and wedge it into the little groove to keep it from coming loose. Now wind the line tightly and neatly in the direction shown on the spool. (it should provide an arrow stating to "wind this way". As you near the end of the line, keep it snug and push the end through the hole where it leads out to the cutting zone. As you re-insert the spool into the housing, make sure it stays tightly wound as you lock it into place. This should help. Usually when your string is too short, you tap the **** of the spool on the ground to advance the line. It should feed a bit at a time, and when you hear it getting cut off, you should stop advancing the line.
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I have found with any serger I have used that you have to cut the looper (bottom) threads before re threading the needle threads. You then rethread the loopers.
If you don't do this, the needle threads keep breaking. Hope this helps.

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