Necchi 3102 Mechanical Sewing Machine - Page 3 - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


If you can provide me a picture of the case and hinge, I may have one, send to [email protected]

Necchi 3102... | Answered on Mar 01, 2009 | 155 views


The proper tension for the 537 is between 4-6. You need to make sure that your presser foot is in the up position before threading.

Necchi 3102... | Answered on Mar 01, 2009 | 345 views


Make sure that the foot pedal is correctly plugged in and that the footpedal is still good

Necchi 3102... | Answered on Feb 19, 2009 | 403 views


Dud you pull the button hole lever down so that it engages the foot?
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Necchi 3102... | Answered on Dec 11, 2008 | 318 views


When you press the level the machine goes in reverse. When you turn the dail to O it goes in reverse. The dail is somehow out of alinement and that is what I am searching for the adjustment that would bring the machine to O and the adjustment that would lengthen the stitch forward. When I push teh level for reverse it does go in reverse. I guess the question would be if you would like to lengthen the stitch further than the dail currectly allows how do you do that. THanks!

Necchi 3102... | Answered on Dec 13, 2007 | 412 views


I had exactly the same problem on the exact same model 3205FA. I'm not an expert, but have a little experience on solving my wife and daughter's sewing machine mechanical problems. I would suggest the following: A. Page 6 of the owners manual see item # 1...to be precise it is 1 1/2 times around. B. Page 7 at the bottom, Make sure the bobbin tension spring is set so that there is tension. When holding the tread the bobbin shouldn't unroll. If jiggled about 2-3 inches the bobbin should release about 1/3 of that distance. C. Page 8 at the bottom, ill. # 2. There are two flange holders and screws that hold the bobbin case in position located at about 5 and 7 o'clock. Make sure both screws are tight. This is important. D. Make sure the thread is treaded through the upper tension adjustment properly. See page 9 # Illustration C. Terrible illustration. Keep the dial generally in the green range. E. Put in a new needle, the needles that come with the machine are just short of terrible. Wouldn't hurt to buy good top quality needles for the machine.

Necchi 3102... | Answered on Jul 03, 2016 | 1,282 views


well this is not the manufacturer's website and we cannot help you with it

Necchi Sewing... | Answered on Jun 23, 2020 | 60 views


Tighten the screw on the bobbin, but only in very small increments. The bobbin should fall slowly under its own weight when suspended by the thread in it.

To loosen the tension, turn to the left (counter-clockwise). To tighten the tension, turn to the right (clockwise). If you think of the screw like a face of a clock, you should be turning the screw no more than 10-15 minutes. Make a single adjustment at a time, place the bobbin back into the case and stitch. www.superiorthreads.com > education-bobbin-tension

When should you adjust your bobbin tension?

Necchi Sewing... | Answered on Feb 05, 2020 | 84 views


It should set the width automatically when buttonhole is selected. Set the length to fine stitch.

Necchi Sewing... | Answered on Feb 01, 2020 | 74 views


There is a button with two "prongs" or wings. Rotate the prongs clockwise about a quarter turn, to face the square mark (Q in the diagram) then press it down. It will stay down. To raise the feed dogs, turn the prongs anticlockwise (to S in eh diagram) and it will pop up
https://www.manualslib.com/manual/1205574/Necchi-Automatic-Supernova-Ultra-Mark-2.html?page=7#manual

Necchi Sewing... | Answered on Nov 10, 2019 | 91 views

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