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MY SYNERGY 8 STICH SEWING MACHINE WAS WORKING WELL UNTILL YESTERDAY AND SUDDENLY STARTED TO SKIP THE STICHES. IN SHORT NOT STITCHING AT ALL. COULD YOU PLEASE GUIDE ME HOW TO FIX THIS PROBLEM.

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Check the tension is set right.

Posted on Feb 13, 2011

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Hello:

You don't say what model this sewing machine is, or how old. Some older machines had cams that created different stitches. (they sort of look like weird little cogs)

Did it sew ok before you clean/oiled it?

Posted on Mar 12, 2011

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it sounds like you need to yighten up the thread at the feeds from the bobbin ok

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Let us know if you want something else please accept the solution.
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