Knitting Machine Troubleshooting Hints — AVOID A MAJOR KNITTING MACHINE PROBLEM

AVOID A MAJOR KNITTING MACHINE PROBLEM

AVOID A MAJOR KNITTING MACHINE PROBLEM Knitting Machine Lubrication Knitting Machine Tips By Judy

AVOID A MAJOR KNITTING MACHINE PROBLEM

AVOID A MAJOR PROBLEM - Knitting Machine Tips  By Judy One of the biggest and most frustrating problems a machine knitter can face is that of a damaged needle channel. A damaged channel can be seen as a small nick our gouge in the side of the needle channel. This slight gouge will cause the needle to be stopped as it is trying to move up in the channel. This will bring the locks to a sudden and complete stop. In other words, the locks jam. The cause of a bad needle channel is simple.  As the needle tries to...

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Troubleshooting Knitting Machine Problems

AVOID A MAJOR KNITTING MACHINE PROBLEM Knitting Machine Tips By Judy

Troubleshooting Knitting Machine Problems

Troubleshooting Knitting Machine Problems  Dropped Stitches First check your needle retainer bar (sponge bar to most of us) to make sure it is not compressed or damaged.  Replace if foam is not at least 3/8 inch above metal backing. Every row - same spot.  Bent needle at knee, Bent, sticky or broken latches, card punched wrong bent gate pegs. Random Locations. Feeder plate adjustment, Antenna (tension spring) setting incorrect Needle latches broken Yarn Threaded wrong Now and Then Yarn threaded wrong Yarn hang up from cone tension pulling too tight 2nd antenna wire (tension spring) not hooked up worn needle presser...

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