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I think i havent put my bobin in correctly!!

My needle thread isnt hooking on to my bobin thread and bringing it up. I have threaded and rethreaded everything im pretty sure ive done it all right... what have i done wrong to cause this problem?

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Re: I think i havent put my bobin in correctly!!

Hi I did get my machine fixed. I called the repairman that was a friend and he told me what to look for. I did. He said to remove the bobbin and the cariage. Take a light and look all in the inside around every moving part for any thread tangled. You will really have to look good becauce the thread changes colors with oils in the machine. It is difficult to get it out. I had to use a very long apolstry needle I had to reach the thread wrapped around the gears. THen use the tweezers and keep on until I got it all out. You have to be very careful as the gears are plastic. Mine is going now. THanks all.

Posted on May 30, 2007

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