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Thread: Odd Clicking Sound

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    It may not really have been the thread - it might have been a need to re-thread because there was a bit of lint or loose thread stuck in the works.

    I would hate to think your nice machine couldn't handle different threads!

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    Now see I didnt know that about the self oiling!!! Boy that would be nice!!!

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    I was told to oil my machine (bobbin area) every 4 bobbins or so along with the twice a year cleaning and lubricating. I've been doing that it is purrs like a kitten.

    I do it so often because I generally sew 5 or 6 days a week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cathe
    It may not really have been the thread - it might have been a need to re-thread because there was a bit of lint or loose thread stuck in the works.

    I would hate to think your nice machine couldn't handle different threads!
    it has been able to handle lots of different thread types.

    yes, I too read in my manual and also from selling husqvarnas they don't need to be oiled.

    I will try that Connecting Threads thread again some day to see if my baby will be nice or throw another hissy fit!!

    In the meantime, Fabricville had a sale on yesterday, buy 1 thread, get 2 free.. so I bought the big 1200 yard spools of the Gutterman thread. My baby likes those :)

    Thanks so much for all your comments and suggestions!

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