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Bernette 82e model will not feed bottom thread

Bobbin is threaded properly, was having problems while sewing, now will not feed bottom thread and sew properly
If I need to replace a part, how do I go about it?

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  • irma_scholle Jan 05, 2009

    Yes, the bottom thread will not pick up and I was having some trouble with thread bunching underneath prior to it completely stopping to pick up. I took it to a repair shop as I think there is a part that needs replacing.

    I appreciate your help.

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    My bernetter 82e moves very slowly. What is wrong with it?

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Possibly you have the bobbin back in upside down and its turning the wrong way. Happens all the time. If you mean it will not pick up the bottom thread then maybe the needle is in backwards or the machine is out of time. I doubt you will have to replace a part but if it does or you need to have the timing adjusted you will have to maybe look at the Yellow Pages or here online and find the nearest sewing machine repair or dealership and have them look at it.
Good luck

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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