Adjusting pressure and feeding of fabric – SINGER W610 User Manual
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When the upper and under tensions are properly balanced, a perfect stitch will be formed
with both threads interlocking in fabric (Fig. 16). When the upper tension is too tight, the
lower thread is pulled up over the upper thread which is lying flat on the fabric (Fig. 17).
When the upper tension is too loose, the upper thread forms loops over the lower thread
lying flat on the fabric (Fig. 18),
ADJUSTING PRESSURE AND FEEDING OF FABRIC
stitching the pressure bar cap or darner
release (2, Fig. 19), is at its lowest posi
tion and the “UP” button is pushed down,
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