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Usha janome allure how to fix the shuttle

I had to dismantle the shuttle and shuttle ring because the needle broke and got stuck. but i cant fix it back inspite of following the instruction manual. the shuttle is always loose and the bobbin case does not fit correctly. please help

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I solved it myself this way. This is not hard, in fact you can go to www.singerco.com and download your manual for free, then go to page, 82, and enlarge( 200%) the diagram, you then can see your parts really easy. Just take a deep breath and relax, you can do this. Let me know if this helps. I know it is so frustrating when that little thing does not want to cooperate. Good luck. You can also call Singer customer service at 1-800-4singer

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