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Needle clamp screw tip broken off. need new clamp screw

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Sewing machine jammed with needle down and material can not be removed. Help I can break the needle, I really just want the fabric out.


loosen the needle clamp screw then you can pull the needle out with pliers not damaging any of the machine or bobbin area .

Oct 30, 2015 | Singer Sewing Machines

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How to fix needle on a machine


Turn the hand-wheel counterclockwise until the needle is at the highest point. Lower the guide or presser foot. This will give the maximum room possible for working with the needle.
Turn the needle clamp screw counterclockwise until the needle comes loose. This screw is located on the side of the small
box, known as the needle clamp, that holds the needle in place.
Remove the old needle by pulling it straight down and then angling it outward. Place a new needle into the holding slot or needle clamp.
Tighten the new needle into place by turning the clamp screw clockwise until tight. Do not over-tighten the needle.


Here's a tip
Use a needle that is appropriate for the type of fabric you are sewing. Using the wrong needle may result in breakage and increase the number of needles to be changed
Over-tightening a needle can cause it to be crooked and break. Turn the clamp screw only until the needle feels stiff in place.

here's a link for a manual for the machine
http://www.sewingpartsonline.com/instruction-manual-euro-pro-9110.aspx

Aug 23, 2012 | Euro-Pro Shark 9110 Sewing Machine

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Fixing a new needle on a sewing machine


Turn the hand-wheel counterclockwise until the needle is at the highest point. Lower the guide or presser foot. This will give the maximum room possible for working with the needle.
Turn the needle clamp screw counterclockwise until the needle comes loose. This screw is located on the side of the small
box, known as the needle clamp, that holds the needle in place.
Remove the old needle by pulling it straight down and then angling it outward. Place a new needle into the holding slot or needle clamp.
Tighten the new needle into place by turning the clamp screw clockwise until tight. Do not over-tighten the needle.


Here's a tip
Use a needle that is appropriate for the type of fabric you are sewing. Using the wrong needle may result in breakage and increase the number of needles to be changed
Over-tightening a needle can cause it to be crooked and break. Turn the clamp screw only until the needle feels stiff in place.

Aug 23, 2012 | Euro-Pro Shark 9110 Sewing Machine

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I have a sew mini and cant change the needle. The screw keeps turning and turning but does not hold the needle in place. Tks.


you need a new needle clamp screw & probably new needle clamp

here are 2 websites to get parts

sewingpartsonline.com

sewingmachineparts.net

Dec 09, 2010 | Janome SEW MINI Mechanical Sewing Machine

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The needle on my sewing machine literally just fell off. Not kidding. I'm holding an unbent and otherwise pristine needle. Oh brother SE-270D! I'm not sure how to put the needle back in. I think it just...


when you put the needle in the needle clamp holder the flat side of the needle goes toward the back of the the machine when you tighten the needle clamp screw make sure it's holding the needle,,make sure you can't pull the needle back out of the clamp,, if you can something is wrong with the needle clamp or the screw

Dec 06, 2010 | Brother SE-270D Computerized Sewing...

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I have a Singer #7430 hardly used, but I thought the needle should be changed as it sounded dull, now i cannot get the needle to stay in when i start sewing the needle falls out and i have broken 3...


some needle clamp screws have a indention where a screwdriver can be put in to turn the screw,,
check to see if your has the indention & if not you need a new needle clamp screw

Nov 04, 2010 | Singer 7430 Sewing Machine

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My Singer Athena 09 drops the needle when ever the material is heavy. It usually doesn't break it just comes out of the part held by the screw. I need to buy stock in singer needles, as this happens way...


it sounds like the needle clamp screw is not tight enough or is stripped out
some needle clamp screws have a **** where you can put a flat screw driver in to tighten & if that doesn't work then you need to check on getting a new needle clamp screw

Oct 26, 2010 | Singer 8763 Curvy

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My needle broke. How do I fix it?


hi! there, first you have to raise needle bar to its highest position by turning the handwheel toward you.hold the broken needle itmay drop after loosen broken needle.,loosen the needle clamp screw using by a srcewdriver pull out broken needle.take new needle holding the needle with the flat side away from you.slip the needle into the needle bar groove.make certain it is up as far as it can go tigthen the needle clamp screw with a screwdriver,aas shown1b71a34.jpgregards

Mar 28, 2009 | Euro-Pro Shark 60 - 384

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