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If you use a sewing machine that you have had for a long time, it may start having problems. Below are two of these problems you should watch out for. You can then either repair the sewing machine yourself or you may need to take it to a sewing machine repair service.
Problems with Bobbin Winder
If the bobbin winder is having problems thread will pile up on the side which can result in a big mess. One thing that may cause this problem is the winder tension may not be correct. You should also make sure the winder is threaded correctly.
If you are still having this problem, there could be debris in the winder spring and/or the tension spring. If so, remove this with a dry rag or you can use canned air to blow the debris out. If you use this, make sure you spray at an angle instead of directly on the winder and spring.
If you continue to have problems with the bobbin winder you should take your sewing machine to a sewing machine repair service. They can determine what is wrong and repair the problem for you. This may include replacing the bobbin winder with a new one.
Thread on Fabric Bunched Up
If you are sewing and the thread on the fabric keeps bunching up this is due to a problem with the tension knob. The timing may also be off on the sewing machine which will need to be repaired by a professional.
There are tension discs on the sewing machine. If you are not sure where these are, refer to the owner's manual as it should show you this information. At times broken threads may break and get stuck between the tension discs, which can cause the fabric to bunch up. You can use canned air to remove the thread.
You can also try to change the bobbin to see if this takes care of the problem. The problem may also be with the bobbin case. If so, it will need to be repaired or replaced. If you are still having this problem, there may be a problem with the interior of the sewing machine. This will result in having to take it apart in some cases. Take the sewing machine to a sewing machine repair contractor to do this for you.
The sewing machine repair contractor can tell you about other problems you may have. They can also teach you how to keep your sewing machine maintained to help prevent problems in the future.Share
1 September 2022