Question about Singer 7422
You may have thought that your machine was threaded right but it cannot have been. It has to have a problem with your thread or your needle. I never in 50+ years of sewing heard of the thread looking like shoe lacing. Hopefully you didn't mess up the timing because you will have to have it professionally repaired, not a do it yourselfer. Try totally rethreading, put in a 80 or size 14 needle and hope that it works ok. Also, check your manual clean and oil it. I have my fingers crossed for you that maybe that is all you need to do.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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