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threading a husqvarna huskylock 1001L serger unable to locate my manual...just need help on properly threading the machine. Solution taken from "Handbook for Huskylock Sewing Machine Models ...

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Question about Singer Sewing Machines

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...area. Thread the machine with the presser foot up. This opens the tension so the thread can enter. Threading with the foot down closes the tension and the thread cannot enter as it should. When you ...

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Question about Deluxe 6130 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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I have a hard time threading this machine and a hard time getting the bobbin thread to come up. Hello Place spool of thread on the spool pin, found inside the carrying handle on the top right side of ...

Question about Shark Mini Mechanical Sewing Machine

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How to thread the machine Hello Place spool of thread on the spool pin, found inside the carrying handle on the top right side of the machine facing the back. Lead thread through the upper thread ...

Question about 2037 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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...ways). I've adjusted the thread tension. It still breaks. Thread breakage occurs commonly with mis-threading. Be sure to ALWAYS RAISE the presser foot when threading the top thread. Also, since you ...

Question about 2037 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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...of sergers, the lower looper thread MUST cross over the upper looper thread in the final step of threading the lower looper Also, Make Sure you are threading every thread guide as specified in the ...

... If you are describing the plain overlock as the problem, I would first suggest the following in re-threading: 1. Thread the upper looper 2. Thread the lower looper 3. Thread the needle last ...

...Looper, then the needles. Be sure to ALWAYS thread in this order!! (On most newer machines, when threading the Lower Looper, always finish with the Lower Looper "draped" over the top of the Upper ...

a bernette 134d overlocker and the Nr 3 thread keep on breaking. What's wrong? Most often, it is misthreading. Remove all the threads from the machine. Then rethread each thread in the order specified

...Usually, if you are experiencing improper stitching and/or broken threads, it's most often a mis-threading problem. Proper threading is EXTREMELY important to successful serging. Remove all the ...

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