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I've just run out of the string. I didn't get to look at how it was threaded. How is it supposed to be?

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I can not pick up the thread[string] from under the machine,both the strings on the needle and under the machine should be on top of the table to start sewing


If this is your first time sewing on a machine then:

Once you make sure the needle is threaded and the bobbin is sitting correctly in the bobbin casing, and you have installed and manipulated the thread according to your manufacturers instructions:.

Holding the end of the thread that you threaded through the needle, use the wheel (right hand side of the machine) and rotate it toward you pulling the thread that you are holding gently toward you.

The bobbin thread should give you some restriction and the end of the bobbin thread should have come through the hole in the needle plate (the metal plate that sits under the presser foot on the table of your machine.

Hope this has helped.

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How do I thread the singer 132k6 including the bobbin. is there a diagram i may see


Hope this sight will help if not you may have to contact the manufacturing company for owners manuaql

Jan 09, 2015 | Singer Sewing Machines

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My Bernina Activa 140 (12 yrs. old,first time to have any trouble with it) has stopped stitching properly. The top thread looks normal but underneaty(the bobbin thread I guess) is just giant loops an


Almost every time this will be due to the machine being not threaded correctly. I've been sewing for 45 years and still mis-thread my machine occasionally. It's also possible that the bobbin thread didn't seat quite right when you put in the bobbin. Or, I've had mine do that if I didn't quite get the presser foot lever down completely. (working with heavy fabrics usually)

If that is not the case here, try replacing your needle with a new one, as it might have developed a small burr, and be certain that it's the correct needle for the fabric. Sometimes it can also be that the needle is in backwards. Also, cleaning it, (the bobbin area), out thoroughly by using a soft brush and some canned air can do wonders for it. Then use a drop or two of sewing machine oil where your manual indicates it to go in that area.

If none of that fixes the problem, let me know and I'll see if there is a problem specific to your machine that can happen.

Happy Sewing! :)

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My gas door is locked and won't open on my 2001


Inside the truck behind the trim is a manual release for the gas door, the release looks like the head of a large key on a small wire string. It is marked.

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Error Code


Hi James,
I've didn't noticed that you've posted a new question through another thread. Please reply only to your original question so that I can saw right away....
I will not informed once you create a new question.
"34" is an error code for lamp abnormality.
Since you've already replaced the lamp, it is not the suspect now. You must check the condition of the ballast board first. Please let me know if you can troubleshoot the ballast board through series of test using the multimeter.

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My 1980 sportster back fires when started but after its running its OK.This just started what could cause this. Thanks JL


By the term "backfire",are you referring to the engine spitting back through the carburetor or popping through the exhaust system? You also didn't tell me what type of carburetor the bike is equipped with. A lot of the owners of early Sportsters didn't like the original carbs and replaced them with aftermarket carbs. Since the carburetors use different starting circuit designs, it makes a difference in how the engine is started. It really makes no difference and I've heard many bikes that do either or both of these things when starting. What does make a difference is how easily it startes and how it runs AFTER it starts. If it's simply a spit or a pop, this is not unusual. Does the bike run the way it's supposed to? If not, that's what we need to look at.

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Steve

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I have a Singer 7426 that has only been used once. I cannot get the tension corrected. The bottom of the fabiric is too loose. I've tried everything listed in the manual except loosening the bobbin....


Make sure the presser foot lever is in the "up" position when you thread your machine. Only lower the presser lever when you are ready to thread the eye of the needle. Also put the tension dial on the top of the machine on "auto".

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Top thread from spool somehow gets out of the needle when sewing. Sometimes top thread breaks; other times it just escapes the needle. I redid threading from top and from bobbin to see if that would fix....


Try loosening the tension and pulling a longer string of thread. Also, if the needle is not at the highest point, when you start sewing, the thread will pull out.

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The top little circle you think you're supposed to wrap your string around - the one that you wrap the thread around to fill the bobbin -- thats not what you're supposed to wrap it around. Im an idiot, and thats what I was using. My friend Amanda showed me what I did wrong.. LOL

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Singer 2250 bobbin jam


I had same problem. After making sure the thread was loaded properly still same thing happened. Then I reloaded the bobbin and made sure the long metal bar on the metal casing fit securely into the half circle slot at the top of the big metal ring that bobbin goes into. After that, just rotated handwheel a couple of times until thread came through. Problem solved.

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