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I have a Singer Stylist 834, have rethreaded and several times and it will not stitch. It acts like its sewing but there are no stitches. Please advise.

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It sounds like your machine has a broken vertical shaft gear.

Open the slide plate and, while turning the handwheel, look to see if the hook is turning under the bobbin case. If not, take it to a repair person and it should cost around $100 to replace the gear.

Posted on Oct 01, 2009

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Which stitch are you using? As far as I can tell, the Stylist 7258 only allows you to change the needle position for straight stitches. If the machine is set to Pattern 00, press the right or left buttons from the 4 arrow keys in the manual setting arrows until the needle is in the desired position.

For all other stitches, the left/right arrows adjust the stitch width. This is described on page 30 (in English) of the manual. You can download the manual from the product page under the support tab: http://www.singerco.com/products/2101/7258-stylist#type-support . The direct link to the manual is http://www.singerco.com/uploads/download/4951b452e963a8fe1dd1fd83fbac68a35df8cf19.pdf .

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I have an old Singer Stylist 834 I am having problems as the under side of the simple straight stitch is loose and has tons of cotton tangled in a big mess ! Help ?


Mostly what causes that problem is incorrect threading of the upper tension. If you rethread, then pull the upper thread as you lowerr the presser foot there should be a big change. Foot up...little or no drag on the thread. Foot down..it should be tighter, almost enough to break the thread.

The other stuff to look for is.......marks on the needle plate that catch threads, a rough or misaligned bobbin case.....poor quality or too big a upper thread.

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