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When pressing on the presser foot, the machine runs one stitch at a time slowly...it can be set at any mode slow or rabbit...what can i check? I tried another presser foot and it still runs the same way.

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My Singer 4830 was doing the same thing. My husband fixed it by turning a little screw on the bottom of the foot control. If you look, it is hidden in a recessed hole in the bottom of the foot control. He turned it to the right, and the machine basically spead up enough that it helped with that problem tremendously.

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    My Singer 4830 was doing the same thing. My husband fixed it by turning a little screw on the bottom of the foot control. If you look, it is hidden in a recessed hole in the bottom of the foot control. He turned it to the right, and the machine basically spead up enough that it helped with that problem tremendously.

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Call Singer customer service at 1-800-4singer and it could be a computer board problem, if your speed control switch is in the right position

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Help please. How to adjust presser foot. Where to chg stitch length


Please provide the make and model of your machine. There is generally no adjustment to the presser foot for selecting a straight stitch. You just need to use the specific presser foot that the owner's manual recommends for a straight stitch. The adjustment is made to the stitch length and stitch width selectors. But, since we don't know which machine you have, we can't help.

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Aug 26, 2017 | Sewing Machines

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If it is creating a thread mess (thread nest) under the fabric, either the machine is not threaded correctly or you have forgotten to lower the presser foot before beginning to stitch.

Make sure you are starting with a brand new needle!

Remove all the thread from the machine.

Check that the bobbin thread is smoothly wound onto the bobbin and that the bobbin is inserted and thread properly in the machine.

ALWAYS RAISE the presser foot and rethread the upper thread. Check that the thread path is correct.

Set the upper tension to the midway point on the dial--this is usually the factory setting but may alter over time with use. Once you get your machine stitching without a mess, you can gently alter the upper tension until the two threads meet in the middle of the fabric.

Remember to lower the presser foot before beginning to stitch.

It also helps to pull the bobbin thread up to the top of the fabric and either wrapping both thread tails around a finger on the left hand or gently holding the thread tails between the left index finger and thumb. Then SLOWLY begin stitching.

How and Why to Bring up the Bobbin Thread

You can search the internet for:

YouTube + Make + Model

and hopefully you will find some helpful videos.

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Sep 26, 2016 | Sewing Machines

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My machine doesn't sew. When I start sewing it seems like the material isn't moving but at the same time I see that the threads haven't connected.


check for broken drive belt that works the bottom shaft in the machine
have a sewing machine service center service it

Nov 07, 2015 | Brother Sewing Machines

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How to bring sewing foot holder to embroidery position


Hi, I hope this helps. If it doesn't post again.
"Check:
Place the sewing foot under the sewing foot
holder so that the pins of the foot snap into
the sewing foot holder when the presser foot
lifter is lowered.
Please check that the sewing foot is properly
engaged by raising the presser foot lifter
."

Question: Are you using top feed? If so:
"For all sewing jobs with the top feed, only use sewing feet with Cutout at the back (OA, 1A, 3, 4)."

Embroidery foot Part No.: 98-694-840-00 will not work with top feed.

Also, except for eyelets, the darning foot can be used for embroidery.

I'm not sure what you're trying to do :) darn or embroider :); I'm not sure what mode you're working in either; embroidery mode?

Darning with straight stitch
Program 00
Fit darning foot No. 6.
Set the needle at its highest position by turning
the handwheel, and push the pin of the darning
foot fully into the hole of the sewing foot holder
slightly pressing the darning foot between thumb
and forefinger. When doing this, the guide fork
should place itself around the presser bar and the
wire must be behind the fixing screw.
Darning position:
Lower the presser foot lifter pressing it lightly to
the rear until it snaps into the darning position.
Important Only in this position you have the
optimum thread tension for darning.

• Place the darning work in the darning hoop.
• Lower the feed dog.
• Pull up the bobbin thread and hold the threads
when you start sewing.
• Now guide the fabric back and forth evenly;
the length of the darn will be set by the size of
the hole. As you are determining the stitch
length yourself while sewing with the feed dog
lowered, you should sew at an even speed.
When you have reached the width of the dam
aged area, darn over the damaged area again
from right to left.
This guarantees a durable darn.
TIP: The faster you sew, the easier and more even
the darning will be. It you are moving the workpiece
too slowly, small knots will appear on the
wrong side of the fabric."

Whether working with terry-cloth or woven fabric,
with the help of the darning foot and the pro
gram 02 you can embroider initials of your own
design

Drop the feed dog and insert the darning foot.
Put the machine into the darning position.

Spread the fabric in an embroidery hoop and
embroider in accordance with program 02.

Lower feed dog
If the feed dog is not lowered for embroidering, the
machine does not embroider when the foot pedal
is pressed and the message appea rs:
Lower feed dog

ok?
The feed dog must be lowered in embroidery
mode.

Jun 20, 2015 | PfaFF Creative 7570

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My machine will only go slow even when I press the presser foot right to the max?


sounds like a a broken piece which normally regulates a variable resistor, but know only can push it in a bit

Oct 14, 2014 | Sewing Machines

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Cant get machine to embroider


there are three positions the presser foot can sit in. Up and down are the same on any machine. The 7570 has an in-between position for embroidery. Lift the presser foot and the lower it slowly while pushing gently. It should stop about half way down. The embroidery foot pushes the foot into the down position with each stitch allowing the fabric to move easily to the next stitch.

Jan 29, 2013 | PfaFF Creative 7570

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How to stich embroidery


That would depend on if you have a regular home sewing machine or a embroidery machine. I'm going to assume that you have a regular machine.

There is something called free hand embroidery. you lower or disengage the feed dogs, take off the presser foot. Some use a darning foot and others just leave the foot off. Hopefully your design is already marked on the fabric. Place fabric in a regular hand embroidery so they fabric is right side up but the hoop makes it sit down in the rings. (make sense) Fit your hoop on the bed of the sewing machine, under the presser foot/presser foot bar. Lower the presser foot lever. (important for tension) and select stitch style and length. you may need to adjust tensions too.

Begin stitching, take a couple stitches... then reverse a couple... then snip the loose ends. Continue to stitch, guiding the hoop so that the needle follows the design. Start slowly and as you discover how your hand movements effect the length of the stitches... you can speed up and slow down as you need to create your design.

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Nov 03, 2012 | Sewing Machines

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My machine will stitch for a few stitches then stop and beep at me. When press on foot control will do same thing again


The machine is telling you there is some sort of problem. You may have run out of bobbin thread, may have a birds' nest forming (a big mass of thread forming in the bobbin/underneath your fabric & presser foot) or your thread is about to break if it hasn't already. Sometimes it can be a false alarm, but if you've checked everything, started the machine again and it again beeps on you, best to pull the fabric out, cut your thread and rethread your machine and bobbin from scratch. Also make sure that your presser foot isn't loose. Finally, check your tension. If your doing embroidery work, check that it's set on "E". If not, check that it ISN'T set on "E." Also check that you have the feed dog set properly for embroidery or regular sewing (see the manual for easy help on that).

Mar 04, 2011 | Singer CE-100 Futura Computerized Sewing...

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We have a Touch & Sew 640 that we ARE trying to get running, and we need a manual, and specifically how do w thread the bobbin.


To wind the bobbin, select straight stitch, thread the machine up as normal making sure the presser foot is up, open the slide plate, push the little button over to raise the winder, take the thread and wind it round the presser foot screw a few times, press on the foot control slowly and the bobbin will wind, when you have enough, stop, close the slide plate to drop the winder down, pull the threads to the back and start sewing. for manuals try www.tandtrepair.com

Jun 24, 2010 | Singer Touch Sew 7462 Mechanical Sewing...

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Tension


Check your tension disks, with your presser foot up, and the tension dial on zero. Sometimes a piece of cotton breaks off between the tension disks and then prevents the disks to work properly. Also make sure when you thread the machine, the thread does go through the disks and over the take up lever. After you threaded the machine, before putting the thread through the eye of the needle, lower the presser foot and while pulling on the thread with your left hand, increase the tension with your right hand. Do it slowly and you should feel in difference in tension. If this is the case, your machine should work fine.

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