Question about Singer 4830
Make sure that you have it threaded right and that you have a long enough tail,at least 3-4 inches. If, that is not it, try totally rethreading and a fresh needle. Also, make sure you are using the same weight thread top and bottom. Check out your manual, on www.singerco.com for free, and enlarge your threading diagram, if these thoughts do not work out, it may be your timing is messed up. That requires a professional not a do it yourself job.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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