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I have followed the video and an online video; threaded and rethreaded and tried sewing the beginning chain. . . nothing happens.

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When you rethread or break a thread, ALWAYS pull the threads loose from the back of the needles so all thread are not entwined with each other yes still threaded. Try again and if not chaining there is one step missing on one thread. You just have to rethread again until you correct the missing thread guide.

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I have a white speed lock 234 serger and cannot get it to chain off. The thread bunches together


Yes, thread the upper looper first, the lower looper next.

***Make sure that you have the presser foot RAISED during the ENTIRE threading process until you get to the point of threading the needles.

The second to last step in the lower looper process is to make sure lower looper thread DRAPES over the top of the upper looper & thread, then both thread tails get pulled under the presser foot and toward the back of the machine.

Give each thread a little extra tug as it goes through the tension disk to make sure it is seated. Verify that all the threading steps have been followed. Any skipped steps, extra thread wraps, or incorrect threading will most likely cause a problem.

Make sure you have brand new needles before threading. If one is bent or damaged, you will probably have issues with skipped stitches.

Set all the tensions to the midway point (the factory standard for regular chain stitch). The tensions can then be tweaked when the machine is correctly creating a chain.

If the machine messes up, breaks a thread, comes unthreaded, etc., save yourself some time and frustration and RETHREAD everything from the beginning. Trying to rethread out of order usually fails!!!

Once you are more comfortable with your machine, you can try fishing a thread, but even experienced serger users still have trouble with this.

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How do I get my Serger to sew properly?


I'm afraid you've threaded your serger incorrectly. I've done it myself more than once, so I try to make sure that I tie new thread to old and pull it through the machine rather than try to re-thread it. That avoids the problem for the future, but doesn't help you now.

Here's what you can do right now to work out the problem:
1. Get out your owner's manual and check the thread path(s) for each thread. Be sure you've got them right, especially the loopers (usually the two threads on the right-hand as you look at the machine).
2. If you don't find any obvious errors, change the sequence of the looper threads - that is, which one is threaded first. I know it doesn't sound like this will help, but it fixed mine.
3. Be sure that none of the threads are caught under the feed dogs, they should pull fairly freely toward the back of the machine.
4. Start sewing without fabric in the machine. I know this is wrong for a standard sewing machine, but you should get a 'chain' with a serger. If it's not 'chaining,' go back and try these steps again.
5. If that doesn't fix the problem, or if it chains and still won't stitch, change your needles. They should be changed now and then anyway.
6. Be sure to lubricate your machine often according to the owner's manual. Most sewing machines need more oil than they get.

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I broke a needle and tried to replace both needles. Now I can't get my machine to chain. I have rethreaded it, and replaced the needles, closely following the manual and threading guide but still


it's possible that when the needle broke it could have caused the
machine to jump time and would need to be serviced to see if it
needs adjustment.

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