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Tacsew information

Posted by paulheels (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 26, 09 at 7:24

At my work we have a Tacsew T622r. I can not find the manual and no one knows how to work it. I have a very basic idea of how the machine works, but I have no idea how to get it to work properly. I am pretty sure I have it threaded correctly and the bobbin in in correctly. but when I push the pedal it creates a bird nest and nothing is sewn into the fabric. I need a manual or someone who can give me some information and help on how to get this thing runnning right. Thanks for the help

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RE: Tacsew information

Try calling the site below it has a toll free number, they may have a suggestion for you. I know they require metal bobbins, my neighbor owns a few dry cleaners order his off of ebay. Will post the Ebay in another post.

Here is a link that might be useful: Tacsew manuals.

RE: Tacsew information

Wanted you to be able to see the bobbins posted below.
Neighbor said they tried using pre wound bobbins they did not work.
His other machine is a Consew 2230 both machines use the same size bobbins. Says machine may need the timing adjustment, make sure your threading with the presser foot up, HTH

Here is a link that might be useful: Ebay Bobbins

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