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I have a Thompson mini walking foot model pw 103-a-gbp series 83 machine and haven't used for sometime. It needs new needles and don't remember what size to use.

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Almost any dealer will sell a replacement part for the sailrite. Its a standard type controller, the cost is 40-80 depending on the quality of the controller and cord. Take the machine in the shop and try to be sure its a correct fit. Sailrite has a mail service as well.

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Posted on Jan 18, 2011

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Where should upper tension be to start out with a thompson mini walking foot pw201?


I'd want to check to be sure the thread is not getting caught on anything, which can mimic upper tension issues. Check the thread path, all the guides, the spool pin, the take up lever and needle bar, for nicks or wrapped up thread.

Tension discs can wear out with age. I'd try cleaning them, fold a thin pieces of soft cloth and gently work it between the discs. Should remove anything stuck in there. Just a touch of one of the silicone thread lube products may be helpful. I'd apply it to a piece of thread and then work the thread through the discs, rather than apply the lube directly to the discs.

Walking feet themselves usually don't need anything special in terms of tension. But you do need to be able to sew a balanced stitch.

Using a thread coloured differently for bobbin and top helps you see if it's balanced. All one colour on top, all the other colour on the bottom, is what you want to see. If you see pops of the other colour on top or bottom, there's a problem. If you see the bottom thread on top, or vice versa, there's a tension problem.

Thread damaged by an burr in the needle eye can fray and mimic upper tension issues too. I always try replacing the needle with a brand new one, which sometimes fixes all sorts of things. Brand new is best, not just another needle.

If none of this helps, then you may be looking at needing a new tension mechanism, or rebuilding the one you have. Best of luck.

Oct 30, 2016 | Sewing Machines

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Where can I buy an electrical supply and foot control for a Thompson Mini Walking foot Model PW 201


Almost any dealer will sell a replacement part for the sailrite. Its a standard type controller, the cost is 40-80 depending on the quality of the controller and cord. Take the machine in the shop and try to be sure its a correct fit. Sailrite has a mail service as well.

Derek

Jan 18, 2011 | Sailrite Ultrafeed LS-1 Deluxe Mechanical...

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Need a manual for a Thompson Mini Walking Foot MW-400 industrial sewing machine


google tias.com, relics and a copy your manual is $12. They have almost all of the old machine manuals. Good luck

Sep 26, 2010 | Olde Thompson Sewing Machines

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I have the Thompson model PW-400 walking foot sewing machine and when I plug it in it immediately starts running. (sewing)


I have the Thompson PW400. I know this sounds like too simple of a solution, but it actually happened to us. We accidentally plugged the machine cord into the wall outlet. Are you plugging the cord attached to the machine directly into a wall outlet or extension cord? The second part of the cord has two plugs on it, one for a light and the other for the motor. If you aren't plugging the machine cord directly into the plug marked "motor" the machine will start up immediately running at top speed. Hope that solves your problem.

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When I plug my Thompson mini walking serwing machine in it's running. How do I turn it off?


Undoi the foot control and you will see a small square thing called a suppressor, take it out because it has probably blown, you do not need to replace it.

Jul 17, 2010 | Olde Thompson PW-500

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Needles for Thompson Waling foot machine


135 X 17 is the correct sizing. Needles you should use are from #18 to #22. You can order from sailrite.com or from "thompson" the manufacturer is now datco or something, located in Lubbock Texas (do a google search on Thompson mini walking foot sewing machine)

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