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Chris, servant to three demanding cats
So, Joe, what you are saying is that lowering that needle a little bit, like I suggested, changed things. Hmmm. You are welcome for the advice in post 37370.
Last edited by melinda1962; 08-13-2012 at 08:47 PM.
Singer Model 27 Crinkle, Perplexed
Here is the link about my Singer 27 Crinkle. This machine is the only one of the herd/hoard that I have been unable to fix. She was frozen up solid in the upper innards. At least until yesterday. I will detail my fight with that machine as an update to the above thread. I am thinking that the 27 had the lower mounted bobbin winder and the 127 had the higher mounted one.
I did not ignore this suggestion, it was just one of many things I read that did not fully gel. I had the needles set to the same over all length, I had not thought about the eye placement. Had you gone into some detail as to why I should cheat the needle down, I might have tried it sooner. Since I had them the same length I did not want to risk making the needle too long without a good reason.
Seeing for myself the misaligned eyes gave me that reason.