Question about White Sewing W750 Mechanical Sewing Machine
I am having trouble adjusting my tension. Any ideas. Bottom and top seem to be messed up. Thanks
I would suggest removing all of our thread and rethreading your machine. Put the thread tension at medium. Try a few stitches. If they are unacceptably loose or tight, try loosening or tightening the bobbin's tension. To do this, locate the tiny hole at the front of the bobbin area. This hole is on the outside of the machine. This hole lets you have direct access to the bobbin's tension screw, so find a tiny screwdriver and turn the screw inside the hole a little to the right for tighter tension, or to the left for looser tension. Let me know how it works - I love this sewing machine!
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