Question about White Sewing Speedylock 1600 Mechanical Sewing Machine
Everything has been threaded properly, new needles put in but the threads just keep jamming up on the throat plate needle. It does look like it might be bent up a wee bit, but I'm not sure. Any ideas?
Posted by Anonymous on
SOURCE: White serger 2000
Did you change to the narrow stitch finger? The narrow one is in the door of the machine where the other tools are -- a little square box on the left of where the needle box slides in. Sometimes that is needed instead of the normal one.
Caution: If you have never before changed it out, open the left door all the way and look and see where the stitch finger is coming out of before you remove it all the way. Refer to your manual.
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
Could be as simple as poor quality thread (not using MaxiLock thread), the needles not inserted properly (the left is slightly higher than the right), a missing stitch forming pin on the needle plate, the needle bar being too high or a looper timing issue.
As the needles raise, the upper looper should move to the right with the right needle tip slightly above the eye of the looper.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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