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Necchi 4575 Whenever I start to sew, the machine does a few stitches & then the thread comes out of the take-up lever. Then everything balls up underneath. I have re-threaded & re done the bobbin and it keeps happening.

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  • Anonymous Sep 09, 2008

    I sew for about an inch when my thread breaks by needle on top. could it be thread type, same thread on top and bottom.
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Thread balling-up in the bobbin area indicates that the upper thread (the one going through the needle) is the one doing the "balling". Check that the upper thread is threaded through all the thread paths ... this specific issue seems to be due to the thread not threaded through the "take up lever" ... that is the 'thingy' that goes up and down really fast as you are sewing.

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What you are seeing is called "bird's nesting." There are two main reasons for "bird's nesting."
The first one is the thread not between the tension disks. That allows the thread to be pulled from the spool instead of pulling the thread tight from underneath. Always make sure to always put up your presser foot before you thread the tension disks. I also check the thread after I finish to make sure the top thread has good tension on it before sewing.
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I can sew a few stitches did it all balls up at


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check that the bobbin underneath has the same thread as the upper bobbin and that you push all the way on the lever when sewing back and also, go full speed as this happened to me and that was my mistake. Hope this will help you :)

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I have dv9117, whenever I use the special stitches or even just the zigzag, it just keep doing straight stitch. Did all the cleaning, re-threading, taking out the bobbin and rewound bobbin thread. Nothing...


aside from cleaning, with a thread bunching problem it's always good to change the needle and make sure the top thread has not come off the thread take up lever and make sure the bobbin is turned the correct way in the bobbin case.
as for the zig zag stitches, it sounds like a gear or cam could be damaged or worn.
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The top stitch is fine but underneath the thread is all balled up what might be the problem


When the thread is bunched up underneath, the problem is often in the top tension. The top thread is pulled through to the bottom but because there is no tension, it isn't pulled back up correctly, creating large loops underneath.

Try making sure that the thread is lying correctly between the tension disks (you can just see them inside the machine on the downward thread path). Lifting the presser foot lever (behind the machine) opens up the disks and lets the thread slide between them more easily. They will close again when you put the presser foot down to sew. Make sure you always thread the machine with the presser foot lever up and tension disks open to avoid this problem in future.

If the thread is running correctly between the tension disks, just check that you that there's no fluff caught in there, holding them open. Give it a blow, or run a folded pice of fabric through there.

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you might try changing the needle
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