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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Babylock Imagine Wave serger
There is a plate on the machine:
- If it says 220 volts, there is nothing that can be done, it cannot be used here. You should have supported an American dealer because you are totally hooped.
- If it says 110 to 120 volts, it should be working with your new plug. but since it is not working, you will have to bring it to a service shop.
- If it says 110 - 220 volts, it should be working with your new plug. but since it is not working, you will have to bring it to a service shop.
Posted on Oct 11, 2007
SOURCE: Pfaff serger stuck
your needle bar has been pushed up and is out of adjustment. You need to take off the side cover, there should be a screw on the back of your machine holding it on. Remove this screw, and remove the cover.You may have to remove the light assembly to reach the screw on the needle bar. Once you can see the needle bar, rotate the handwheel until you can see the screw on the needle bar. Loosen this screw SLIGHTLY until you can turn the needle bar. Hold and rotate the needle bar back and forth as you push down slightly. This will lower the bar.Lower it about 1/4 inch. Adjust the needles by turning the bar so that they are straight across. Tighten the needle bar screw so that the bar doesn't move. Turn the handwheel to see if the threads will be picked up. If not, adjust until they are. Tighten the needle bar screw tightly,reinstall the side cover ,and tighten the screw. Change your needles.Rethead and sew.
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
Almost all needle screws are the same size. Just check your yellow pages for sewing machine repair shops near by.Most of them would have it
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
The BELT was OFF. I guess it did that during shipment to me. So my husband just put it back on. THAT SIMPLE. It just kept making a motor trying to run sound and my husband took the left top cover off and seen it was only the belt. I was SO excited. It saved me a service call.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
Make sure that the presser foot dial (the silver "knob") on top of the machine is not too loose. You can adjust this w/ a nickel; tighten it all the way down & then loosen about 4 full rotations for cotton fabrics. Also make sure the Differentail feed lever is on "N". You can order a book from your local Baby Lock dealership for all models. Good Luck.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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