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Bobbin only turn half way then sticks and the belt underneath locks up

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It's possible that you have a worn or borken part
the machine needs to be serviced

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Hello Christine, I think you do have a thread stuck between the rotary hook and the bobbin case carrier. Remove the bobbin case and bobbin. You will need to remove two small slotted head screws and remove the half circle locking ring that holds the bobbin case carrier in place. Try to wiggle the bobbin case carrier one way and than the other until it comes out of the rotary hook assembly. Don't pry too hard or you might damage the carrier and/or rotary hook assembly. Once removed, I think you will find the thread that is causing the lock up situation . Before reassembling, place a drop of oil on the bearing surfaces between the carrier and rotary hook assembly and also between the locking ring and the carrier.

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It has a bobbin case underneath the sewing machine, the little lever on the bobbin case comes off and you can't lock in like other machines when I was young, that says it all!!!


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