20 Most Recent Necchi 6015 Mechanical Sewing Machine - Page 5 Questions & Answers


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Necchi Sewing... | Answered on Nov 14, 2018


when you put the bobbin in the carrier make sure you have about 6" of thread out
next adjust the needle thread tension right up

Necchi Sewing... | Answered on Sep 08, 2018


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Necchi Sewing... | Answered on Aug 14, 2018


It is skipping stitches.

Use a brand new needle that is a suitable type for the fabric and thread you are sewing. If sewing knit, use a ball-point needle. If sewing woven fabrics, use a sharp needle (ie universal,
Use good quality sewing thread--no old or bargain bin variety.
Be sure to install the needle facing the correct direction. On most machines, the flat side of the needle faces the back of the machine, however, if the bobbin loads on the left side (not from the front), the flat side should face the throat of the machine.
There could also be a burr somewhere that is catching the thread and causing the skipped stitch.

What to Do If Your Sewing Machine Is Skipping Stitches

Basic Maintenance Tension Skipped Stitches

https://fashion-incubator.com/10_reasons_for_skipped_stitches

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Necchi Sewing... | Answered on Jul 29, 2018


If it is an older mechanical machine, you are probably correct. It has probably seized due to lack of regular oiling and cleaning.


Wheel on right side that controls the needle up and down is very tight...

Necchi Sewing... | Answered on Jul 17, 2018


Open the light cover
put some sewing machine oil on the long round
thingee, just above the black square
let this set for awhile
then use a chop stick or pencil/pen and push down [gently!!] on the square while pushing the lifter down
if this doesn't help, put a drop or 2 more of oil and let it set awhile longer
or use WD-40 to break it loose and then clean the long round thingee and put sewing machine oil on it

Necchi Sewing... | Answered on Jul 16, 2018


If you raise the presser foot, set the stitch length to a 3 or higher, then slowly press the foot control, can you see the feed dogs rise, move backward, then drop and come forward again? If they are not moving, the feed dogs have seized. If they are moving but do not rise above the needle plate, then you have them disengaged.

If they are seized, resist the temptation to run the machine anymore until you can get it serviced. It could damage the motor causing more repair cost.

If they are disengaged (dropped), then you need to find the control lever or dial that engages them.

Necchi Sewing... | Answered on Jul 15, 2018

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