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The dial is at the top of your machine. You can go online and download your manual for free at www.singerco.com. Good luck

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What adjustment do you need to make when the bobbin is throwing too much thread out.


Your tension is is too loose somewhere I guess, so will need tightening. Tighten the upper tension first to see if that helps before tackling the spring on the bobbin. If you need to tighten the spring on the bobbin then do it in tiny increments and remember where you started. Try taking out the bobbin and gently pulling by hand the thread from it; it should have a slightly tight feel on the correct tension..

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Why am I getting loose thread on the back?


Tension control needs adjusting.

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How do I take out bobbin case


If you are getting looping on the bottom and want to fix that....check your top tension and top threading, its almost never a case of tightening the bottom tension to fix this problem

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Thread loops while I sew


i should know whether the loop is upside or downward, its opposite tension adjustment , if the loop is downward position, tighten the upper thread tension , if the loop is upward then tighten the lower bobbin tension

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Check that the tension release lever on the presser foot is not stuck.

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How to toghten tension on a brother xr65


upper tension or lower tension?

Upper tension... tighten the knob that's in the thread path.

Lower tension... tighten the screw on the bobbin case.

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How do you tighten the tension for the thread?


Top tension on most machine is adjusted by turning a tension knob in front of two discs this holds the thread tight. bottom tension is uasually adjusted by turning a very small screw on the bobbin case were the thread comes out from under.

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When moving top tension thread not tightening.


Raise the presser foot and pull the thread through at the needle.

Re-set the tension to mid-range.

If this does not work, then tension control needs a new spring or the control needs to be replaced.

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