Making repairs to a sewing machine can be a bit complicated, especially if you are not familiar with the workings of the machine. However, if you are confident in your ability to troubleshoot and make basic repairs, there are some steps you can take to try to fix your Singer Touch and Sew 758 sewing machine.
First, check the tension on the machine. Make sure that both the upper and lower thread tensions are set correctly. If the tensions are off, the machine may not produce the correct stitch.
Next, check the stitch length and width. Make sure that the settings for these are correct for the flexi-stitch discs you are using.
Also, make sure that the stitch control dial is set to the flexi-stitch setting, and that the width is set above 2.
If everything seems to be set correctly, the issue may be with the flexi-stitch discs. Try replacing the discs with a new set to see if this resolves the issue.
If the problem persists, you may need to disassemble the machine to check for any issues with the internal components. You can find instructional videos and diagrams online that can help you with this process. However, if you are unsure of your ability to make the repairs, it may be best to consult a professional to avoid causing further damage to the machine.
> I've looked all over online for help and can't find anything. It's too expensive for me to bring it in for repair.