So here are a few common problems and solutions explained to help the next time something comes up. Also I would look to see if when you had it fixed before if you receipt or anything said what was wring with it. This is a great quick video about how to adjust upper thread tension. I expect that it is something quite simple that needs tweaking and you just happen to be the unfortunate person purchasing THAT machine and taking it away from "dealer zone". Subscribe to Our Mailing List. Did you thread with the presser foot down,which would keep the thread from slipping fully between tension discs?
Forum Permissions You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot create polls in this forum You cannot vote in polls in this forum. There is such a thing as thread that's been sitting in a place that's too damp or too hot. Pull over to the left side of the sewing machine, leaving about six inches. I would like a solution that I can implement myself--I don't care if it voids the warranty. Continue until it looks even on both sides and you can no longer see the bottom thread on the top.
Why won’t my machine pick up the bobbin thread? - Singer
Helpful 0 Not Helpful Flag. Lower the presser foot and put your foot on the pedal. Replace the bobbin case with a new one. This is accomplished by running the threads through various tension devices, including the thread guides, tension discs, and tension regulator on the machine head for the upper thread s , and the bobbin-case spring for the bobbin thread. When upper tension is too loose or lower tension is too tight , knot is visible on wrong side right. The timing is out the loop bobbin case is not catching needle thread as it goes down.
When both sides are equal neither sides are winning. Finally, push the reverse button a couple of times, this will reset the machine. Expert craft tutorials, news, and tips for sewing, knitting, crochet, quilting, paper crafts, embroidery, jewelry making, and more! If not, you run the risk of ruining your project, breaking needles, and damaging your machine. The tension discs and tension regulator together are called the tension assembly.