Question about Vacuums
I do not have one but these machines require heavy duty thread...
The manufacture recommends using only "#69 Bonded Nylon Thread"
You should have a 18 to 20 gauge needle for that size thread. Needle type is 135x17
To be completely honest, these machines look like they are 20 to 30-year-old designs meant to be "store branded" machines (Woolworth, K-mart, Sears, ...). As demand at these types of stores dried up, they may have tried (successfully) to remarket them as "tuff" machines. Almost all older machines used all metal gears - it doesn't make them tough or high quality. The poor level of technical support and documentation would upset me too.
I really hope the recommended thread and needle help with your problem.
Posted on May 27, 2011
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