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Bobbin My bobbin thread won't draw up and so it won't stitch at all. It was sewing fine and then it got bunched up on bobbin thread while making a buttonhole. When I got the tangle out, it stopped making stitches. Now I can't get the bobbin thread to draw up. I have changed bobbins, rethreaded countless times, taken shuttle apart and cleaned, etc. I have never had such a problem. I have only had the machine for a few days. Thank you. Sally

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Take hold of the top thread and pull it securely through the needle guide, hold and turn the wheel and then pull the top thread to bring up bobbin thread. Check to make sure there is a long length of thread coming out of the bobbin first.

Posted on Nov 17, 2014

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Hi Sally,
Don't forget to change your needle too. It may not look bent, but it probably is.

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