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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your bobbin was basically crushed slightly, to remove it simply take the thread off the bobbin and it will come off very easily.
When you wind a bobbin on a Husqvarna and you leave the machine threaded to wind the bobbin through the needle, you must take the thread down below the foot (a metal foot only) before you take the thread up to the bobbin winder. If you take the thread directly from the needle it creates too much tension on the thread and crushes the center of the bobbin so that either you can't get the bobbin off the spindle or in some cases it damages the bobbin completely.
Some threads, the kind that can stretch slightly when pulled, shouldn't be wound through the needle at all. Instead go through the first guilde and then straight down to the little metal "button like" guide and then to the bobbin. It will create much less tension on the thread and wind it much better.
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
Testimonial: "yes,actually that is precisely what I ended up doing, but thank you for the tips as to how to avoid it happening again. It is a great help!!!!"
Are you winding your bobbins through the needle and have the foot down at the same time? This will put too much tension on thread, bobbin will wind too tight, plastic expands with the heat of the tension, therefore bobbin won't come off spindle. Do as advised previously, wind only with metal foot, foot NOT down or wind through top only using the metal "button". The top winding works best for me and I wind around the metal button in a figure-of-eight type manner - go to right of button, around bottom of button, up the left side and over to the next guide at the bobbin winding area. I also have better success with putting the thread on the vertical spool pin, thread spooling off from the right-hand side. You need to put a spool cap on first for the thread reel to rest on. No need for the other one on top. Do you have your manual? There are excellent instructions and illustrations on pages 10-11 of the D1 manual.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
Cathy, you are not getting the ring on in the proper position. If I remember correctly there is a small notch or groove that has to match up on the spindle for ring to go all the way in.
Posted on May 27, 2010
Testimonial: "Thank you so much! It's working great now! Best wishes, Cathy.x"
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May 28, 2017 | Husqvarna Sewing Machines
1. Place the thread spool on the spool pin in
against the spool.
back to front. Pull the thread clockwise around
the inside to the outside.
4. Place an empty bobbin on the bobbin spindle.
5. Push the bobbin lever to the right to wind.
A pop-up appears on the screen to inform
you that bobbin winding is on. Press the
foot control or the start/stop button to start
winding the bobbin.
When the bobbin is full, the bobbin winding
will slow down and stop automatically. The
pop-up closes. Remove the bobbin and cut the thread
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