How to Identify and Fix Common Vacuum Problems ?
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The easiest way to spot unbalanced tension is to look for visible knots or loops at the end of each stitch. When the bobbin thread shows on the right side, the needle tension is too tight or the bobbin thread, too loose, as shown at left in the illustration below.
If the interlacement of threads does not take place in the middle (i.e. if the interlacement is taken place in the upper or lower position from the middle) of two layers of fabrics then it is known as an unbalanced stitch.
Sutures must not be too tight, as this can lead to devitalisation of the tissue at the wound edge. They must also not be too loose, as this can lead to inadequate apposition of the wound edges, resulting in delayed healing and a poor cosmetic result.
If a loose thread has gotten inside your machine, it can wrap around your backstitch lever and prevent your sewing machine from sewing forward. This is rare, but it`s possible for both thread and lint to jam your reverse-stitching mechanism.
You won`t be able to sew in reverse if you`ve selected the automatic lockstitch option. Select a regular stitch and this should fix the problem.
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Sorry about the catagory…but you do not have sewing machine on list.
.I have this machine. I use it for my heavy sewing, as it will go through anything. I would be happy to copy the manual and send it to you for copy costs. Just let me know. I would love to know what knowledge you have gained about this machine. It does not appear to be an easy machine to find info on, may not have produced a lot? I had no idea it was not a European produced machine.
We have brought the Bernina in, set it up, oiled it as specified in the manual, with the original sewing machine oil. We have correctly threaded the machine and the bobbin thread is up.
When we press on the pedal to sew, the machine gets electricity and buzzes
From what you describe there can be only 2 causes…Either the machine is still stuck ..and the motor buzzes cause it can not spin it ..and in this case it needs to be oiled more..and be spun by hand until it moves well and free…and after that it will work ..or during the storage ..from condense or so ..the motor is stuck ..and needs to be checked…In this second case ..it probably need to be oiled too (the motor ) ..and the coils changed..
Have a nice day ..!
1st: Sewed one inch OK; moved fabric and it stopped sewing, motor made thudding noise. When push-button (NOT pedal) is used, gives error E6,
consistent with motor noise.
2d: In order to check threading had to manually PULL bobbin case toward me or it was UNDER needle plate. Cleaned a fair amount of dust out. Reinstalled bobbin, etc., per manual, rethreaded.
3rd: Will sew 2-3 stitches, then packs up again just like in 1st instance above. Have st
.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 135×17
.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.