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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Bobbin thread breaks
Bobbin is set incorrectly.
There are scratches on the bobbin or it doesn't
rotate properly.
Thread is twisted.
A bobbin designed specifically for this machine
is not used.
Bobbin thread does
The thread is not passed through the bobbin
not wind neatly on the
winding thread guide correctly.
bobbin.
Bobbin spins slowly.
The thread that was pulled out was not wound
onto the bobbin correctly.
Skipped stitches
Needle is turned, bent or the point is dull.
Using improper needle or thread for the
selected fabric.
Machine is threaded incorrectly.
Dust or lint has collected under the needle plate. Remove the dust or lint with the brush.
Needle is installed incorrectly.
Needle is defective.
Thin or stretch fabrics are being sewn.
Needle breaks
Needle is installed incorrectly.
Needle clamp screw is not tightened.
Needle is turned or bent.
Using improper needle or thread for the
selected fabric.
Wrong presser foot was used.
Upper thread tension is too strong.
Fabric is pulled during sewing.
Spool cap is set incorrectly.
There are scratches around the holes in the
needle plate.
There are scratches around the hole(s) in the
presser foot.
There are scratches on the race.
Needle is defective.
Upper threading is incorrect.
Bobbin is set incorrectly.
Presser foot is attached incorrectly.
Screw of the presser foot holder is loose.
Fabric is too thick.
Fabric is fed forcefully when sewing thick fabric
or thick seams.
Stitch length is too short.
Stabilizer is not attached to fabric being
embroidered.
Bobbin thread is incorrectly wound.
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Cause
Reset the bobbin thread correctly.
Replace the bobbin.
Use scissors, etc. to cut the twisted thread
and remove it from the race, etc.
Incorrect bobbins will not work properly. Only
use a bobbin designed specifically for this
machine.
Correctly pass the thread through the bobbin
winding thread guide.
Press [+] in the bobbin winding window to
increase the bobbin winding speed.
Wind the thread that was pulled off around the
bobbin 5 or 6 times clockwise.
Replace the needle.
Check the "Fabric/Thread/Needle
Combination" chart.
Check the steps for threading the machine
and rethread it correctly.
Reinstall the needle correctly.
Replace the needle.
Sew with one sheet of thin paper under the
fabric.
Reinstall the needle correctly.
Tighten the needle clamp screw.
Replace the needle.
Check the "Fabric/Thread/Needle
Combination" chart.
Use the recommended presser foot.
Adjust the thread tension setting.
Do not pull the fabric during sewing.
Check the method for attaching the spool cap,
then reattach the spool cap.
Replace the needle plate, or consult your
authorized dealer.
Replace the presser foot, or consult your
authorized dealer.
Replace the race, or consult your authorized
dealer.
Replace the needle.
Check the steps for threading the machine
and rethread the machine.
Reset the bobbin thread correctly.
Attach the presser foot correctly.
Securely tighten the screw of the presser foot.
Use fabric that the needle can pierce when
the handwheel is turned.
Allow the fabric to be fed without being
forcefully pushed.
Adjust the stitch length.
Attach stabilizer.
Use a correctly wound bobbin.
Solution
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  • handyman0031 Jan 03, 2015 10:26:
    please provide a part number for the zigzag embroidery plate,it's included with the 6700 D, however no part number is referenced anywhere in the stupid manual, and there is no item anywhere to replace it? After spending 10 K you think you could put a part number in a book so I can reorder one? my machine jammed and this one has a huge bur on it that cannot be worked out :-(