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Singer machine 57815 - it looks like the bobbin is inserted correctly, but the bobbin thread will not raise.

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Http://www.singerco.com/resources/bobbin.html You can find step by step instructions on this webpage.

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My singer machine not making good steaches


Remove the top and bobbin threads from the machine.
Install a brand new needle--confirm it is facing the correct direction.
Insert the bobbin into the bobbin case, thread it, and install it in the machine.
ALWAYS RAISE the presser foot and rethread the top--verify the threadpath is correct.
Set the top tension to the midway point--may need to tweak this for your particular machine once it is stitching properly.
Re-test your machine.

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My machine will not pick up the bobbin thread


Install a brand new needle (verify it is facing the proper direction).

Remove all the thread from the machine. ALWAYS RAISE the presser foot when threading. Rethread the machine from the beginning--verify the thread path is correct. Leave at least 4-6" of thread tail. from the needle (Avoid using old or bargain bin thread.)

Insert the bobbin in the bobbin case (make sure the bobbin is turning the correct direction) and thread the bobbin case. Load the bobbin case in the machine. Leave at least 4-6" of thread tail.

Set the upper tension to the midway point.

Retest your machine. Turn the handwheel toward you manually until the needle completes one full cycle of going down and up.

If it is still not picking up the bobbin thread, it may have a needle/hook timing issue. Take it for service.

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How do I fix it when the bobbin thread won't rise?


Make sure that your needle is ALL THE WAY up in the needle clamp and the flat side of the needle is away from you.towards the back.

Review the steps for inserting a bobbin in the bobbin case and raising the thread in your user's manual; if you don't have it, you can download it free at the Singer Sewing Machine site.

If you have done these things and you still can't get the thread to come up, then your timing has gone out of synchronization, and you will need to get a technician to reset it for you. If you cannot find a sewing machine technician willing to adjust a Singer, Sears supports all brands of sewing machine.

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Singer sewing machine 534 Machine and bobbin are threaded - won' sew


A few things you can check are.

1. is the needle the right one for the machine?
2. is the needle properly inserted and oriented correctly for the machine?
3. Is the bobbin inserted correctly, so it unspools correctly for the machine?

If that all looks right, then take the needle plate off and watch the shuttle hook. It should be very close to the needle when the needle is at its bottom most part of the stroke. If it is well behind, your machine\'s timing is retarded. You\'ll need to take it in for adjustment.

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Im using a singer 57815. Im having a problem with the thread bunching up at the underside of the fabric. Its not the bobbin thread that's binding but the top thread is bunching and getting stuck...


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Reduce the thread tension to a lower number,Select a larger size needle,Remove and reinsert a new needle, flat side toward the back of the machine

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When i start to sew, my thread gets caught up on bobbin. the string gets wrapped around the bobbin then breaks the thread. it seems as though the bobbin is sitting a hair too high. ? ? ?


Make sure there is no fluff/lint within the bobbin case causing the bobbin to stand proud. Pressure from the bobbin thread can sometimes stretch the bobbin itself.. replace the bobbin with a brand new one. Double check your threading be removing all thread and starting from scratch.

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The bobbin thread is sewing loose stitches and jamming the machine. I have re-threaded everything, brushed out the bobbin casing, changed needles, adjusted thread and bobbin tension, and am stuck and...


Always have the presser foot up when you thead any sewing machine.

Make sure the flat side of the needle shaft is facing to the back of the machine.

Don't do anything to the bobbin tension. Set the top thread tension to what is recommended by the mfg.

Make sure the thread from the bobbin is feeding from the bobbin in the correct direction and through the correct guides.

After inserting the bobbin and threading the machine, lower the needle (hold on to the thread tail) and then raise it by turning the hand wheel by hand to pull up the bobbin thread.

Gently pull the two threads under the presser foot and to the back of the sewing machine before you begin to sew.

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Looping on the top means there is no tension on bottom. The bobbin thread generally rotates counter clockwise. The thread must get under the tension spring. The spring must be adjusted equal to the top tension. This you will have to play with to tighten or loosen as needed. When you sew in a zigzag you might want to loosen the top tension slightly. On a regular basis remove the bobbin case and clean with a qtip. On the race put one drop of sewing machine oil. Clean the bobbin case and replace.

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