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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Although the tension units on your machine are of a different configuration, always thread from the right spool first and then each one to the left.........ONLY in that sequence !
now take a look at this sewusa site for a better view of the actual routine through the thread guides.........as I say, the tension units are different, but the sequence is the same, just use the image from above to see which one is next........this chart, just as the one on the fold down cover of your machine need to be followed one thread at a time from R to L
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Posted on Mar 08, 2008
Yes, motors for sewing machines are very easy to replace with suitable replacements. They are quite common in other industries and the specs are pretty much identical. Happily a sewing machine motor is rather easy to replace compared to most other assemblies on it. I will always urge you to take it to your locally certified Bernina dealer or contact one online, make sure to confirm your model and serial number and a replacement can be sent out to you. Sergers are a bit tricky in taking the covers off and ensuring minimal damage to the plastic so I would recommend you take it to a service tech first before trying yourself.
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
All sergers thread the same way and sergers have to be threaded in a certain order. I made a jingle out of it...
It would be best to have a tweezers handy to help with the thread and threading.
always be sure the lower looper thread goes over the top of the upper looper then out the back. I would be surprised if your thread guides are not color coded.
If you look at the top thread guides or the spools. First from left to right thread the 3rd spool, then the fourth spool. Then you thread the right needle (the second spool) then the left needle (1st spool.
The lower looper can be tricky because you have to thread it from the back of the looper to the front.
Pull the threads out the back from under the foot. Then go ahead and run it slow watching to see if it starts making a chain. It should. If not do it over again.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
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