Home Sewing Machine Problems?


In fact, I had three such types of sewing machines, and the disappointment in the proper use of these machines was common in my sewing life!

Now I have a computerized sewing machine model, and it has its problems. First, it must be serviced by a qualified technician after so many hours of use. There is no warning - suddenly, he decides that he will not work properly so that you know that you must transfer his technique. Sewing Machines

However, before my fantastic computerized sewing machine model, I tried everything I knew to fix these machines - without success about 99% of the time!

Finally, after years of disappointment with my cars, I found an elderly gentleman who wanted to explain something to me - think, I said, explain, do not show me! 

I took one of my old cars, and he asked me if I had removed the clutch. I do not think you want him to look at me. My first thought was wherever the clutch was on the sewing machine - my old one! Ignoring my view, which freezes someone, he told me that this is the most common problem on an old, not computerized sewing machine. It was easy to fix, or he told me, and it only took 5 minutes. By this time I thought I should leave the room, or I was not responsible for what would happen. Then I continued to ask him why technicians support your car for up to 3 weeks if it's a 5-minute job? He could not answer my question! juki hzl dx7 computerized sewing and quilting machine

I went home and tried it on one of my other sewing machines, and it worked like a charm!

So, at this moment I will try to explain to you this concept. Make sure that you try this if you have problems with the machine (for example, missing stitches or any common problems).

First, you remove your bobbin from your sewing machine. Try to take all the parts - there must be two separate parts. If you can not remember how you pulled them, take the heart, they are only suitable for one direction!

Then, take a soft brush and clean all the dust and lose threads from there. You will be surprised how small this area can be!

Put both parts back into the machine and, before trying your car on a piece of cloth, with the oil of the same machine.

After you have lubricated all the necessary parts, simply run the needle up and down a few times by hand using the swivel wheel. This correctly distributes the oil. Usually, I use cooking oil. They used to recommend 3 in 1 butter, but I found that the oil becomes sticky after a while, so I switched to vegetable oil.juki tl 2010q

Now, putting a piece of material on the sewing machine, try your car to make sure it works better (right?)

If after sliding the clutch it does not work, you have problems with the voltage. If you have a lot of patience, you can adjust your tension yourself, but I find it extremely frustrating and usually just take the car to a qualified technician.

This is a proven and proven tactic that I have experienced over the years. They have saved me from disappointment, and I hope that they will do it for you.

My new computerized sewing machine is a breeze, but it can be very frustrating when it decides that it wants to be serviced, and I'm at the center of creating stylish clothes.

I do not know to fix the new computerized models because the voltage is adjusted automatically every time you insert the material under the needle. So, I'm a sucker, and I belong to this qualified technique of a home sewing machine. Janome Horizon Memory Craft 8900QCP Special Edition