Re: Tips to check automatic needle threader?

Jim Stutsman

One thing to try is to turn the hand wheel slightly before hitting the threader button. A dealer friend of ours has found that sometimes the sensor for when the needle is all the way up gets off slightly, leading to the needle eye being out of position. Turning the wheel SLIGHTLY in one direction may allow it to thread. If one direction doesn't work, try the opposite. If that does get it working you can have your dealer adjust the sensor. It's a fairly simple adjustment that can be done in a short time.

Join to automatically receive all group messages.