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Can't turn handwheel counter clockwise singer model 1525

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: Handwheel not moving

check for a thread jam in and around the bobbin case.

Posted on Feb 23, 2008

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SOURCE: I bought a 5050 model on ebay and the handwheel is

Unless you want to deal with the little screws to take it apart, you may take it to an authorized singer service dealer. Look in your local yellow pages under sewing machines.

Posted on Apr 09, 2010

Mary Dunn

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SOURCE: Still no free manual for singer 1525 Yes, for

Call Singer at 1-800-4singer and ask why there is no free manual. Maybe they will make it available. Worth a try.

Posted on Dec 07, 2010

SOURCE: I have new 8280 singer ... Wheel will not turn

if it's new take it back & get another one, they do have lemons even in sewing machines

Posted on Apr 24, 2012

sylviaivie

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SOURCE: I can't get the large knob on the right side to turn counter clockwise

Could you please clarify? Do you mean the hand wheel? The top one? If it won't turn you likely have a bunch up in the bobbin area.

Just for your reference here is a copy of your user manual
http://www.singerco.com/uploads/download/438_3116.pdf

Posted on Jul 08, 2012

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Do I insert the bobbin in a Singer sewing machine clockwise or counter-clockwise?


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Bobbin


IMPORTANT: Always use a metal bobbin, or the magnetized bobbin case will not be able to function properly, resulting in a lack of tension on the bobbin thread.
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Turn the handwheel counter-clockwise until the needle is in its highest position. Raise the presser foot lifter. Pull the slide plate forward and remove the empty bobbin.
Step 2:
Place the filled bobbin into the bobbin case, and pull about 4" of thread from the new bobbin. Make sure that the bobbin turns clockwise when the thread is pulled, or you will not have correct tension when you begin to sew.
Step 3:
Hold the needle thread loosely with your left hand. Turn the handwheel toward you, first lowering the needle, and continuing to turn the handwheel until the needle comes to its highest position.
Step 4:
Lightly pull up the needle thread and pick up the bobbin thread which will appear through the needle plate slot. Then pull both threads to the back of the machine leaving a 4" thread tail. Push slide plate back in.

Hope this helps. -samson39

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