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When i sew the bobbinbinds up underneath plate and stops

Took out assembly and clean still does not work

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What are you doing when this happens, embroidery or sewing? Also are you creating a nest, or does the bobbin not move freely?

Check to see that the bobbin is not over wound. The thread should not touch the sides of the bobbin case. This can happen if the bobbin adjustment, the white dial adjacent to the bobbin winder, has been turned and the bobbin winder kicks off too late.

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