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Need help with sewing machine.?
this question is a little hard for me to define, i ve never used such things, thats y.
My moms' sewing machine is not sewing any cloth. whenever she make the machine to sew cloths the machine do the sew (or whatever is it called) about a centimeter and then it breaks that....thing (tiny rope kind of thing), and this goes on and on until my mom give up.
and YES, the cloth is not too big/fat for the machine, its normal size/ thickness of cloth.
Sewing machine name and model:
"BROTHER ....... Pacesetter 600" (i don't know either its NX600 or something other than this).
can you people tell me what the problem can be?? does it need to change any part or something else?
Please! don't answer like... "see a SEW master" or something like that.
and it would be really appreciated if someone make my mistakes right, all those i did in this Question.
Dirty machine, misthreaded machine and bad needle are the first things to check. Try what I call the "10 minute tuneup"... if that doesn't work, it probably does need to go to the shop for some expert attention.
-- Dig out the manual. Take all the thread out of/off of the
machine. Pull the needleplate and the bobbin case if it's
removeable. Clean and oil per the manual's recommendation. Use a
brush and vacuum, not compressed air (which blows lint in
farther), and real sewing machine oil, not 3-in-1 type oil (it
hardens and freezes the machine) nor WD-40 type stuff (it's a
solvent, not a lubricant).
-- Put in a new needle of the correct point style for the fabric
you're sewing (ballpoint for knits, sharps for wovens) and the
right size for the thickness of fabric (10/70 for shirting weight
fabrics, 12/80 for heavy shirtings or light pantsweight. 14/90
for medium to heavy pantsweight, 16/100 for very heavy fabrics.
Make sure the needle is in right way around -- a needle in
backwards will skip stitches or not stitch at all.
-- Take a good look at the bobbin. If it's lumpy or you spot
loops, strip off the thread and rewind. Bobbins should be
smoothly and evenly wound. Wind at a slow, steady speed -- it
helps with tension issues if the thread isn't stretching as it's
-- Rethread, with manual in hand. Make sure the presser foot is
UP when you thread the top -- it opens the top tension so that
the thread actually gets in between the tension disk (loops on
the bottom, not enough tension on top).
-- Fetch up the bobbin thread. You need about a 4" tail of thread
top and bottom. Run both threads under the presser foot and
-- If you've been playing with the top tension, set it to 4. If
you've been playing with the bobbin tension, let me know and
we'll try to rebalance it, but you're likely to have to take it
into the shop.
Now, each and every time you start to sew a seam, this is how you
1) Place the fabric under the needle, and use the handwheel to
lower the needle into the fabric (be sure to turn it the right
way... seee the manual).
2) Drop the presser foot.
3) Hold the thread tails behind the presser foot with your left
4) Take a couple of stitches
5) Drop the thread tails and sew normally.
If this doesn't fix your problems, you may have some thread
caught farther in the machine than you can spot... doesn't take
much for some machines to start pitching a fit. Or you may have
accidentally knocked the machine out of time with one of the
jams. Bad timing is actually a fairly rare event, often preceeded
by broken needles and loud noises, but a good solid jam is
another way to throw off the timing. You can check here to see if
you think timing is the problem:
paste that back together) but that's generally something that a
repair shop needs to adjust.
Really good habit to cultivate: whenever you sit down at the
machine for the first time that day, take two minutes and give it
a basic cleaning. You'll save $$$ on repair bills and extend the
life of the machine.
I did a series of photos of what happens with some common misthreadings of a
sewing machine. They're in pairs; the first pair is from a correctly threaded
machine, the rest are from the same machine that I deliberately misthreaded.
See if you find a match here -- red thread is in the bobbin, blue thread on
The manual for this machine is likely to be found here: http://www.brother-usa.com/manuals/default.aspx?PGID=3&R3ModelID=PS21
Also consider the possibility that this is a bad thread issue (try a different spool) or you've got nicks on the thread guides or needle hole or sewing hook that are cutting the thread. These are usually due to a history of breaking needles, and can be gently polished out with crocus cloth.
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