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My sewing machine keeps coming unthreaded. How can I fix that problem?

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  • Lee Montoya Dec 03, 2008

    I tried everything. I guess that machine is messed up fer good. I'm just gonna throw it away

  • Lee Montoya Dec 08, 2008

    I'm gonna eep trying the tension

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I would check your tension, play around with it till it stops, otherwise not sure

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