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Topic: Bobbin Troubles, Please Help  (Read 409 times)
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« on: September 25, 2007 07:49:07 PM »

I just got a new old sewing machine from my aunt.  I'd ask her to help solve this, but I think she used the thing twice in it's life and she's probably had it for at least 15 years.

Anyway, I hope I can describe this in a way that makes sense.  When I'm sewing the material will get suddenly caught up and stop completely.  It seems like it's because something is catching the thread on the bobbin so that fifteen or twenty strands are trying to be pulled through at once.  Since it's wrapped around the bobbin they obviously can't all go at once, it's the same strand, so it just stops completely.  I then have to open the bobbin door and cut it out.

I checked the manual again to make sure I had the bobbin in the right way and it was, tried sewing again and the same thing happened.  I tried turning it just in case and the same thing happened.  I can get it to sew about six inches and then it chews up the bobbin thread so that I have to cut it out.. and it happens in a second, so I think it's happening all at once.

Please help, thank you in advance,
« Reply #1 on: September 26, 2007 11:38:50 AM »

Ok, that used to happen to me when i got my sewin machine, but i adjusted the tension on the machine, you should really try to ask your aunt for this. It's really hard to find whats wrong  with your machine, at least for me it was, you have to explore your machine, really explore it, that did it for me.

« Reply #2 on: September 26, 2007 03:02:26 PM »

My mom came over today and brought some different bobbins.  That has seemed to fix the problem... at least for now.

Thanks, though. :-D
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