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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
open the bobbin case and see if the hook is turning, if it is it is just a timing problem with the hook and needle, if it isn't tuning you may have a broken gear or timing belt.....It eill need to be looked at or adj by someone who repairs them....Daniel
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
SOURCE: With my K6 Industrial Singer
Hello there, loosen your top thread tension,if it looping on top of the material the tension is way too tight, you will also find changing the thread size to smaller thread, the top tension will also reduce,depending on application a good size thread to use is 25 grade,bobbin tension should have just a slight amount of drag as the top thread and bottom work against each other when sewing.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
SOURCE: My Huskystar E10 sewing machine
Remove your needle and reinsert it to make sure it's straight and secure. Make sure the needle is in the "up" position (press the needle position button if it's not), power off the machine, and loosen the needle clamp screw. Pull the needle out and make sure it isn't bent. To reinsert it, push it back up into the clamp, flat side facing the back. Tighten the clamp screw to secure the needle.
The best solution might be a Tune-up of your machine(servicing)..you will have to take it in for a repairer for took things to be adjusted, oiled and set back to factory spec's and it will work fine again
This might cost you about 60 dollars
Posted on Dec 24, 2010
SOURCE: i have the brother Ls-2000
adjust your tension.You probably did not wind your bobbin properly as well.Make sure you oil your machine every month or so and make sure your bobbin is seated properly before you sew.
Go slower with the pressure foot speed and use the right needle.ALWAYS test on scrap of your sewing material first!!!
I have this machine for like 2 years and can do 2-5oz cowhide and buffalo leather on it (no joke, and it works FLAWLESSLY) inside it has full steel construction,just needs regular oiling compared to pro machines and easily made a few grand $$$ with it while my pro machine is getting repaired (I don't even bother with my pro machine anymore) But you MUST oil it every month and use the RIGHT needle and adjust your tension properly
Also pull out the thread a good 6 inches from the needle and bobbin before dropping the pressure foot and sewing.
Best $70 bucks (WITH TAX) I spent hell,the leather I use costs more than the machine!
Posted on Feb 07, 2011
SOURCE: The stiches are looping on
There is an adjustment on the bobbin holder - the little screw on the plate. Make sure that the bobbin is tightly wound and that it is correctly inserted, the thread must double back on itself coming out of the holder.
Posted on Feb 19, 2011
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