Question about Necchi Sewing Machines
Doing a google search for the brand plus model number for a user guide or YouTube videos might find what you are looking for. That it is a Necchi doesn't supply the model number and of course models differ. On a 537L model, the large knob on the right side about halfway between the top and bottom of the machine adjusts stitch length. The numbers may range from 0 to 5 with 0 meaning no length and 5 being the largest length. Tension, stitch length and stitch width are all controlled by small dials on the front of the Necchi machine. If your stitch length is set to 0, the sewing machine will not feed the fabric. Incorrect tension will cause poor stitch quality. You must consult you machine's user manual to know how to adjust the tension as the procedure differs among machines. Here is a general guide, however:
How to Adjust the Tension on Sewing Machine
Posted on Apr 28, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Necchi Stitch Length
When you press the level the machine goes in reverse. When you turn the dail to O it goes in reverse. The dail is somehow out of alinement and that is what I am searching for the adjustment that would bring the machine to O and the adjustment that would lengthen the stitch forward. When I push teh level for reverse it does go in reverse. I guess the question would be if you would like to lengthen the stitch further than the dail currectly allows how do you do that. THanks!
Posted on Dec 13, 2007
SOURCE: I bought a vintage singer 201k, hand cranked. Sews like a dream, but the stitch length adjuster slips upwards to the smallest stitch length when sewing. The screws on the stitch length adjuster are
take the machine to a sewing machine shop & have them check the screw
or the stitch length adjuster, the threads could be stripped out
Posted on May 30, 2012
Since your machine is brand new, it is under warranty. Take it back to the dealer you purchased it from and have them repair it. If you try any repairs yourself, or by a 3rd party, that will probably void your warranty.
Posted on Sep 21, 2012
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