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Should the bobbin holder spin? the one on my machine is not spinning and it will not thread. i'm using a necchi 4825

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The bobin holder should never spin. You just don't have it 'locked' in.

Posted on Aug 14, 2010

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I have a necchi 4825 machine and the needle dthread is getting caught on the bobbin case as it goes around , why would this happen


One reason would be the holder that pushes against the bobbin is too tightly pushing against the bobbin. If it is much too tight it won't allow the thread to go past that point and get stuck. Another reason would be the bobbin case has a small cut on it. This must be smooth all the way around since the thread has to ride on it. The tension on the bobbin case should also be checked. If it is too tight it won't be able to extend the thread from the upper thread.

Nov 29, 2017 | Sewing Machines

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I have a Necchi 4825. After rethreading, cleaning, etc... . I'm pretty sure the timing wheel is off. How can I fix this?


What is happening that makes you think the timing is off? Usually, timing gets knocked off when the needle strikes something during stitching. The symptom: top thread will not pick up the bobbin thread.

Be sure to install a brand new needle (make sure it is installed facing the correct direction). Remove the threads from the machine. ALWAYS RAISE the presser foot when threading the top thread. Verify it is threaded correctly top & bobbin.

If you still think it's out of time, search for sewing machine timing.

Nov 11, 2017 | Necchi Sewing Machines

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I have a Necchi 4900 and the thread catches on the bobbin holder , moves the bobbin holder out of place , james , have taken it out cleaned everthing under the bobbin and takewn the underneath cover


try changing the needle to see if that helps
if it doesn't,, then I suggest that the sewing machine be checked
at a repair shop to see if the bobbin case needs to be replaced and
to see if the hook and the hook race need to be replaced

Nov 01, 2012 | Necchi Sewing Machines

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Bobbin won't spin to allow needle to catch thread


sometimes when you break a needle it can cause the machine to
jump time, the machine would have to be taken to a sewing machine
shop to be checked by the technican

Aug 17, 2012 | Singer Inspiration 4210 Mechanical Sewing...

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Bottom thread too loose; tried rethreading top thread, cleaning bobbin case, refilling bobbin, changing needle, adjusting top tension


Check for correct bottom thread tension.
It's provided by a flat spring on the bobbin holder.
When the bobbin is correctly installed, pulling on the thread
should meet with slight resistance, and the bobbin should spin without
trying to jump out of the bobbin holder.

Dec 18, 2010 | SINGER 7470 Sewing Machine

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I threaded it all right i have cheacked it many times but the thread in the bobbin keeps getting jammed


Many causes for this problem. Most common are;
  1. Top thread not inserted correctly.(must keep thread tight.)
  2. Debris and loose thread around the bobbin cage. All it takes is a tiny piece of thread in the right place.
  3. Bobbin inserted backwards in the "bobbin holder". When installed correctly, There is some resistance when you pull on the thread, but the bobbin will spin without trying to pop out of the "bobbin holder".

Oct 29, 2010 | Brother XL-5500 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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Handwheel Stuck


How about the belt? you have to take off the outer case, usually a few screws and check it. Also, when you have the case off, look for thread inside.

Jul 24, 2010 | Necchi 3610 Sewing Machine

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I just bought a Necchi 4825 sewing machine and apparently I have it threaded wrong. The bottom stitches are piling up. I went according to the maual, have the presser foot down, but I must have it threaded...


Did you catch it through the little wire on the top area of the needle? I had the same problem; also had two different types of thread (I think) in the bobbin versus the spool. Once I changed to the same type of thread and made sure I had caught through the little wire it was okay. My problem is that I cannot get it to do the stretch stitches!

Mar 16, 2010 | Necchi Sewing Machines

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Bobbin spindle won't spin


Check the bobbin winder rubber, it may be worn or broken and insufficient friction against handwheel to turn.........or a thread jam around spindle is stopping the spin. In this case, carefully unwind, DO NOT cut thread.

Sep 01, 2009 | Necchi 3537 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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Cant get machine out of neutral after threading the bobbin


there should be a way to disengage the bobbin winder. I had a machine that had a switch in the center of the handwheel and even though it would be in the off position I still had to turn the handwheel till it clicked.

Dec 15, 2008 | Necchi 3537 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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