FAQs & Troubleshooting
(1) This model
(2) Other models
(3) 11.5 mm (7/16 inch)
(2) Spring on the shaft
(1) Spool pin
(2) Spool cap
Slide the spool onto the pin so that the spool is horizontal and the thread unwinds to the front at the bottom.
If the spool is not positioned so that the thread unwinds correctly, the thread may become tangled around the spool pin.
(1) Spool cap (small)
(2) Spool (cross-wound thread)
(1) Thread guide "A"
(1) Thread guide "B"
Hold the thread with your right hand so that there is no slack in the thread that is pulled out, and then pass the thread under the thread guide B with your left hand.
(1) Hook of the bobbin-winding thread guide
(2) Pre-tension disk
(1) Slit in bobbin winder seat (with built-in cutter)
Be sure to cut the thread as described. If the bobbin is wound without cutting the thread using the cutter built into the slit in the bobbin winder seat, the bobbin may not be wound correctly. In addition, the thread may become tangled in the bobbin or the needle may bend or break when the bobbin thread starts to run out.
Do not turn on the machine while pressing down the foot controller. The machine may start unexpectedly and cause personal injury or damage to the machine.
When the bobbin winding becomesslow, stop the machine, otherwise thesewing machine may be damaged.
Not winding the bobbin properly may cause the thread tension to loosen, and may break the needle.
(1) Wound evenly
(2) Wound poorly