Question about Necchi 4595 Mechanical Sewing Machine
The needle keeps breaking. I have changed it several time, tried size 14 and size 16. I have cleaned it, oiled it... tried everything in the owners manual. Now the needle isn't breakig but now it either won't stay threaded or it gets stuck. I just bought this machine and have only used it a couple times.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I've had similar problems (as well as other problem with the thread breaking all the time and the "shuttle race" thing that holds the bobbin falling out. One very important thing that isn't mentioned in the manual but that the salesman stressed is that you have to use only "Schmetz" brand needles. They are a tiny bit longer, but that makes all the difference in the world if your stitches are skipping. I forgot and used Singer needles and had horrible results.
Posted on Aug 16, 2007
The tread only breaks in the needle. what can i do . i don't get to sew anything . I tread the needle and get everything ready and start the machine and as quickly as that the tread is broken and the machine has not sewn at all.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
The problem you describes sounds like it maybe caused by a burr along the thread path. Does the thread shred or does it appear to be cut? Does this only happen with so fine or with other threads as well? Take your finger or if that doeswork use a cotton ball, along the thread path, you are looking for a sharp spot that will be causing your thread to shred. Change you needle for a new one, Make sure you put it in the correct way. Also if these don't do the trick hand wheel the needle up and down a few times. make sure that there isn't a burr in the throat plate from a broken needle and observe near the bobbin case and timing finger that the needle isn't rubbing against something( you might want to use a magnifing glass). i hope this helps. I know how frustrating it can be .
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
Contact Allyn International INC. which are the distributors in the US. Model 4795 and 4595 are the same but one is the instructional type I think, that's what the person I talked to told me. I got a free video and booklet from them. Fortunately my machine came with the manual, but it was not enough for the hemmer foot and I also needed some help with the overcasting stitches. This booklet explain all the stitches, the foot you need to use and the proper width and length of the stitch.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
Make sure that the needle is all the way up in the needle bar.
Unscrew until just loose, use finger nail or small screw driver to push up on the needle. The two needles do not line up.The right needle extends longer. Also, make sure that there are no burs on the needles and that they are straight and correct for your machine.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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