Why is my bobbin stuck on Winder?
Check that the thread didn’t wind underneath the bobbin winding disc. – This could cause the bobbin to stay stuck. 3. Try unwinding the bobbin to see if it will allow you to take the bobbin out.
Why is my bobbin stuck?
My Bobbin Moves Slowly Or Gets Stuck This usually happens if there is grease and dust build up in the bobbin compartment. It can also occur if the bobbin thread is not attached correctly, the thread has formed a knot or a problem with the bobbin case.
How do you fix a stuck bobbin?
Bobbin case is stuck
- Turn the sewing machine off.
- Make sure your needle is raised to its highest position.
- Remove the presser foot and the presser foot holder.
- Remove the needle plate cover.
- Use the enclosed disc-shaped screwdriver to loosen the two screws on the needle plates.
- Remove the bobbin and then the bobbin case.
How do you remove the bobbin from a Winder?
Cut the thread with scissors beside the bobbin-winding thread guide. Slide the bobbin winder shaft to the left, and then remove the bobbin from the shaft. Hold the thread end with your left hand, and wind off the thread clockwise near the bobbin with your right hand as shown below. Wind the bobbin again.
What to do if your bobbin case gets stuck?
More than likely there is a very small bit of thread caught under or at the side of the case – take a strong torch (flashlight) and shine the light into the area – you’re looking for a VERY tiny bit of ‘fluff’ waving at you. If you can see that, use a pair of tweezers to pluck the bit out.
What to do if your sewing machine Bobbin has a knot?
Open the bobbin compartment, remove the entire bobbin case and clean up the area around the bobbin. Also, check if the bobbin thread has a knot and rewind a fresh bobbin. See of you attached the bobbin thread correctly by guiding it through the bobbin case opening.
Why is my sewing machine bobbin making noise?
In some cases, this could happen if the bobbin is not moving freely, too big for the case, or has some dents and scratches. A noisy bobbin can be fixed by either changing the bobbin thread to the recommended size (don’t exceed the size of the bobbin.
Why is my thread not working on my sewing machine?
Very common, though, your bobbin will not serve the thread for the first stitch if you don’t do this for some machines. Ensure the bobbin is correctly slotted into the bobbin case or compartment and moving freely. When winding the bobbin threads, make sure you fill the thread to the recommended size.