20 Most Recent Euro-Pro 9125 Computerized Sewing Machine Questions & Answers


Are you sure that it is not just a bulb replacement, does your manual tell you it is the board? Why not call Euro-pro and ask first because you are talking a lot of money as opposed to $3-$4.? Their phone number is 1-800-798-7395. Good luck, it seems like a nice machine.

Euro-Pro 9125... | Answered on Nov 01, 2019


Perhaps the bobbin winding mechanism is stuck. Probably needs service.

Also, check the bobbin and bobbin case. Perhaps there is some thread stuck or it is not securely threaded through the tensioner.

Euro-Pro 9125... | Answered on Mar 31, 2017


that little bottle of machine oil needs to be used.

Euro-Pro 9125... | Answered on Jun 07, 2014


When has the machine last been to a mechanic for the yearly COA (clean/oil/adjust)? Are you oiling the recommended points on the machine and nothing else?

Euro-Pro 9125... | Answered on Jun 03, 2014


I have the same machine. Mail me your address and I will copy the manual and mail it to you. desiree93@aol.com

Euro-Pro 9125... | Answered on Sep 26, 2013


go to these sites and call or email them about the parts
sewvacdoctor.com
a1sewingmachines.com

Euro-Pro 9125... | Answered on Mar 27, 2013


You could check out this web site:

http://www.drdanessmh.com/europroparts.html

Euro-Pro 9125... | Answered on Mar 27, 2013


try youtube for a video
or check with these sites about a manual, I've checked every
place I can across on the internet & can't find one
sewvacdoctor.com
a1sewingmachines.com
sewusa.com
you'll probably have to email them & ask them about a manual

Euro-Pro 9125... | Answered on Aug 20, 2012


Hello

What you need to do first is to check

Incorrect threading
Have a look at the thread path and make sure that it isn't caught on the spool or any other area of the machine. It should run smooth, without obstruction. If there is anything at all in the way, get rid of it!

Unsuitable needles
Look closely at your needle, and particularly, at the eye. It is possible that the eye may be rough, with sharp edges that cut the thread before it has a chance to do its job. Alternatively, the problem may be that the needle is too small for the thread you are using. The more you try and force the thread throw, the more likely it is that it will snap and cause you problems.

Needle in backwards
You have been sewing for a while and you wouldn't possibly make such an obvious mistake, but trust us, it does happen. If your needle is in backwards it will cause obvious havoc and will definitely lead to breakage. Just check it and rule it out as a possible cause of snagging.

Badly wound bobbin
If it's the lower thread that keeps snapping, look to your bobbin. Poor maintenance and lazy shortcuts will catch up with you in the end! For every project you should start with an empty, clean bobbin. Never keep the old thread or old pieces of lint in the case - they will just obstruct and test the strength of the new thread.

Putting all these in place you can now replace the broken threader and i am sure that it wont break again.
THANK YOU FOR VISITING FIXYA

Euro-Pro 9125... | Answered on Feb 07, 2011


This is probably due to the tension of the upper and the lower threads being unequal. There is a tension setting nut on the side of the machine. Just loosen it to set the tension of the upper and the lower threads same or similar. It may take you may trials to get it right. Once done, the lower thread will stop tangling and jamming.

Euro-Pro 9125... | Answered on Jan 03, 2011


This happened to me once on my machine...Pfaff. There was a teeny weeny bit of thread caught in the tension disks. I slid a piece of paper between the discs and eventually got it out. Also....if you sew with cones the thread tension often goes off because cones are not meant to be used on the spool holder. Buy a special device for holding cones of thread....it sorta looks like those verticle paper towel holders. (a disk with a stick poking up from it) This will solve your tension problems and prevent needles from breaking all the time. If neither of these ideas help......maybe your machine needs servicing. Give these a try first.....might save yourself a big repair bill. If you can't find the cone holder........wind off thread from your spool onto a bobbin and use that as your upper thread.

Euro-Pro 9125... | Answered on Dec 21, 2010


You can access a manual for your sewing machine at the following website...
http://homeappliance.manualsonline.com/ex/thread/view/idThread/784888

Euro-Pro 9125... | Answered on Feb 20, 2010


Please call Euro-Pro at 1-800-361=4639, extension 4. This is the correct number to call for help with sewing machines, and they've always been wonderful when I've called.

Euro-Pro 9125... | Answered on Jan 28, 2010


Sorry I do not have a solution but my Euro-Pro 1925 is doing the exact same thing yours is. Are you also getting a clicking sound and loose stitches on the bobbin side of the fabric? If you find anything out please let me know and I will do the same. I love my machine but I will never own another Euro-Pro product. I think the company sucks and does not stand behind their products. You can not find anything on the 1925 model and no one that can service it either. Thank you, Erica my email is erica_jennings@sbcglobal.net Funny thing is my machine is only 3 years old.

Euro-Pro 9125... | Answered on Jan 28, 2010


Oil all the moving parts that you can get to very lightly with WD40.

Euro-Pro 9125... | Answered on Oct 28, 2009

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