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Singer 7422 my auto bobbin threader will not engage when I try to thread a bobbin. It doesn't seem to be disengaging the needle.

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  • kaymcabell Aug 29, 2008

    When I wind a bobbin on my singer 7422, the needle still goes up and down. It just started doing this recently. What changed? kaymcabell@yahoo.com

  • juanitakigna Jan 27, 2009

    same thing

  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2014

    Singer professional 9100 skipping stitches on spandex. Also, can't get the auto threader to work with stretch needle

  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2014

    USING THE AUTO TREADER FOR SINGER 7258

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Mine did the same thing, I found that I had to make sure the needle was down (?) for the bobbin winder to work. Maybe yours will too. Hope it helps, I haven't been impressed with this machine yet. My current problem is the auto tension is not working and my thread keeps bunching up when I sew more than 5 inches. Real Pain.

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Make sure you have the machine threaded for the bobbin and not threaded through the sewing path. Also, check to make sure that the bobbin is pushed directly against the post as far as possible.

Posted on Apr 13, 2008

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