Messy stitching ¶
If the stitching on top is rough or frays, one of these issues may be the root of the problem.
Incorrect bobbin tension ¶
The bobbin needs to be tensioned correctly for stitching to come out correctly.
Damaged bobbin ¶
The bobbin may be bent or damaged and need replacement.
Dull or bent needle ¶
If the needle is bent, broken, or dull, the machine will stitch incorrectly. You may need to replace the needle.
Fabric gets ruffled when sewing ¶
If your fabric is getting ruffled or bunched while feeding through the machine, one of these issues may be the cause.
Damaged presser foot lowering mechanism ¶
The lowering mechanism provides compression to the presser foot. If your presser foot is not lowering completely and evenly, you may need to replace the presser foot lowering mechanism.
Damaged presser foot ¶
The presser foot holds the fabric in place, and if it's damaged the fabric may not smoothly pass through the machine. You may need to replace the presser foot.
Sewing machine won't turn on ¶
Does your machine simply not turn on? One of these may be the root cause.
Foot pedal/power cord are unplugged ¶
If the machine won't turn on, check to see if the foot pedal is plugged into the wall and the machine.
Damaged power switch ¶
Press the power switch and nothing happens? You may need to replace the power switch.
Light won't turn on ¶
Does the sewing light not turn on? This section may have your answer.
Burnt out lightbulb ¶
If your light bulb won't turn on, it is likely you need to replace the lightbulb.