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My bobbie want wind on my machine.

My bobbie want wind i have took it to the place where i got it to get it fix and when i got home it still was not fixed. what do i do now? when it windes now my thread is real loose on the bobbie. please help.

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Hi there
sounds like you need to engage thread properly between thread guide then wind a few turns by hand place bobbin onto winder push to right foot control
should solve loose thread
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