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Thread breaks or get stuck so that the machine stops working i think the thread is not led correctly since a little peace of metal came off it looked like a little clip or a leading hook

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Top thread keeps breaking and I do not think it is a bobbin issue. Thread seems to be getting snagged up in one of the upper threading spots. It has been professionally serviced many times.


Remove the top thread from the machine.

Install a brand new needle and confirm that the needle is correct for the thread and fabric you are sewing.

ALWAYS RAISE the presser foot and rethread from the beginning. Set the top tension to the midway point. Verify the thread path is correct.

When the presser foot is raised, the thread should pull through with very little resistance. Once the presser foot is lowered, the tension is activated and the thread should not pull through.

It could be the thread is catching a notch or groove. I have a machine that the thread has worn a sharp groove in the finish. I covered it with tape. Fixed.

Sewing Machine Problem 1 Thread Breakage

Sewing Machine Thread Keeps Breaking

Why Does My Thread Keep Breaking While Sew

May 11, 2017 | Sewing Machines

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I have a Elna excellence 7600. Why does thread keep breaking while chain stitching fabric?


Thread breaks
first check to see if there is an actual thread break, then check the threading-both needle and thread
Sometimes the machine will signal a thread break when there really isn't one, at least not technically. For example, a mis-threading can cause the thread break sensor to think there is a problem because it is not sensing the proper thread tension. This can also happen if a loop of thread forms suddenly resulting in slack in the thread.
a thread break signal are really a "thread out" indication most often triggered by an empty or low bobbin or the needle becoming unthreaded.
rethread the machine and correct any low thread conditions.
Actual Thread Breaks
Examine the thread break. Is it a clean snap or is it shredded?
Next, examine the thread path. Did the thread get caught on something
A common problem with embroidery thread is that due to its slippery nature, it can slide down the spool and get hung up underneath causing a sudden jerk on the thread. Rayons will probably just snap at this point but some poly threads may be strong enough to resist breaking and instead flex the needle resulting in a broken needle.
Metallic threads often cause more breaks and shredding because they tend to form loops and kinks as they come off the spool. This is exacerbated by small spools with narrow diameters and short thread paths from the spool to the first thread guide. A simple solution for this is to extend the thread path.
Thread Factors
Lets look a little closer at thread. Embroidery threads are more fragile than those used for garment construction or quilting. Start with quality thread and know how to care for it.
Embroidery threads can dry out when exposed to light, heat, drafts, and air conditioning. They can become "bruised" if dropped or handled roughly. As they age, they become more fragile. Due to dying and other processes, certain colors break more easily than others. Check this for yourself. Try breaking a white thread and then a black. Also notice that the black is slightly thicker than the white.
Rayon tends to break easier than poly. Metallics are more temperamental and finicky
Needle-Related Possibilities
On a single needle machine, if you are getting continuous thread breaks with multiple colors and you are sure you can eliminate the thread, then look at the needle.
Is it the right size? For 40 wt rayon or polyester thread, a 70/10 or 75/11 works well on most fabrics.
Embroidery needles have a slightly larger eye to reduce friction on the thread. High quality needles have a well-polished eye that won't snag, abrade, or shred the thread. The thread can pass through the eye of the needle 50 to 60 times before it is laid down on the fabric. Any rough spot on the needle or thread path can literally saw the thread in half
The broken needle is the least of your problem! If your machine doesn't stop the instant the needle breaks, it may severely damage your fabric. Needle breaks can cause scratches and rough spots on the throat plate and in the hook area that can shred thread. Until these problems are smoothed out, thread breaks will be your reality.
It is possible for the fabric and/or stabilizer to the source of thread problems. For example, heavy, stiff fabrics can easily strip some metallic threads
If the lower thread keeps breaking, open out the bobbin hatch and check that there is no lint buildup that is hindering the smooth flow of the thread. If there is any lint, remove the bobbin and clean the area thoroughly with a brush. Also check that the bobbin is wound correctly and that the tension of bobbin thread is even. Poor maintenance and incorrectly wound bobbins are the culprit more often..

Mar 22, 2016 | Sewing Machines

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Tension starts out fine, then as I sew it tightens up and the thread will not pull through and breaks the thread


Ihave a brother industrial machine that used to break the the thread because the tension of the thread was too high.There is a little spring loaded tensioner ontop of the machine thad a nut that could be screwed down to increase tension. As this was a little too tight as Isewed and the thread was pulled around the centre post it would tighten up and the thread would snap.
I think that you must check to ensure that the path of the thread on top of the machine is one that does not introduce too much friction. any tension adjusters should be experimented with
Good Luck

May 29, 2015 | Sewing Machines

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I have a "Brother CE5500PRW" machine. I have


1 - Make 100% sure you are threading the top thread correctly.
2 - Make sure your top tension is set at 5.
3 - Look in your book and make sure you have the black plastic bobbin case inserted 100% correctly.
4 - Remove the black plastic bobbin case and inspect it for burrs or needle damage, if so it needs to be replaced.

Oct 02, 2014 | Sewing Machines

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The flywheel is stuck. I think there is something messed up with the bobbin housing but I can only see to little threads sticking out the bottom.


Those two little threads could be longer than they appear and could be looped around the bobbin hok. This would keep they handwheel from turning. Take tweezers and gently grasp and pull ONE of the thread ends. If you pull too hard the thread might break. You might have to "jiggle" the thread as you pull. You may also find it easier to remove the threads if you remove the throat plate. As you pull the thread, gently rock the hand wheel forward and backward JUST A LITTLE because this can help dislodge the stuck threads. I hope this works! If it does, please rate my solution!

Jun 07, 2011 | PfaFF Tiptronic 2030

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Is there any other thing I can do to stop the thread from the upper looper from breaking after about 30cms of sewing. there is no sign of it being about to break. I have changed thread, needles and...


it could be due to one or more of the following

  • Threading is not correct.
check that bobin is not snagging thread,
remove bobin and remove any dust and fluff from bobin area
  • Needle is wrong size.
  • Needle has been inserted wrong.
  • Needle and thread does not match.
  • Starting to stitch too fast.
  • Thread take-up lever has not been threaded.
  • Correctly thread machine.
  • Replace needle with correct size.
  • Properly insert needle.
  • Start machine at a medium speed.
  • Check threading order.

I hope this was helpful

Jan 05, 2011 | Husqvarna Huskylock Computerized 910

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My futura ce-100 keeps beebing and it lights up. it stops working and will not move on. how do i fix this.


Check the threading, especially in the clear plastic tension race at the top back of the machine. This is the part where the machine checks the thread is moving. If the thread breaks, or is not running correctly through that area, the machine thinks the thread is broken/run out and stops.

Nov 16, 2010 | Singer CE-100 Futura Computerized Sewing...

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How to thread a brother db2b737 industrial sewing machine


Hi. I just hate it when the thread keeps breaking and I can't figure out why! Brother makes it easy to get replacement manuals for their machines: http://www.brother-usa.com/Support/, then scroll down to Manuals and Documentation.

Besides not having the machine threaded correctly, some other things that can cause the thread to break are:

Upper tension is too tight
Wrong type of needle for the thread you're using (like trying to use metallic thread with a universal needle)
A burr or snag on the needle plate or bobbin hook


Please let me know if this helps, ok?


Thanks!


Robbie

Mar 03, 2010 | Sewing Machines

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"thread breakage detected"


I had the same problem and one day my 9 year old said Mommy the thread is winding and cathing. I noticed that if the thread is not close to the silver metal arm it coils and makes a knot around the silver feed arm and also sometimes it cathces the little white plastic peace where the silver feed arm is connected to the machine.

Mar 24, 2009 | Singer CE-100 Futura Computerized Sewing...

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Embroidery hoop gets stuck to the plate and needle breaks


This has happened to me as well. What I usually do is:-
* remove bobbin case and clean out any lint, also under the needle plate, then replace needle plate , bobbin case and the little front cover. replace the bobbin , checking that you have the thread going the correct way.
* replace the needle with a new one of the correct size for the weight of your fabric and the weight of your thread
*remove and rethread the top thread
* check that the stabilizer is of sufficient weight for the density of the design. (You may need to float an extra piece of stabilizer underneath the hoop)
* check also that it is bobbin-fill in your bobbin (it is easy to get it mixed up)
* when stitching out lace, sometimes it helps to hoop the solvy double.

Jan 07, 2009 | Husqvarna Designer I

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