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Go to singerco.com and look under customer support, frequently asked questions and see if the answer is there. Or, you can just call Singer customer service at 1-800-4singer and they will tell you how to get it. Good luck
make sure the needle is positioned correctly and all the way up into the deedle slot. lower by hand and check again, if still doing so you can tilt the needly slightly befor tightning the screw. lower by hand again an see
The Singer 301 uses the same bobbin as the Singer 221 (also known as a Featherweight). Not surprisingly it's called a Class 221/301 bobbin and is Singer part number 45785. If you don't have a Singer dealer or large sewing machine repair shop in your area, I would suggest purchasing from a reputable online seller such as Vintage Sewing or Sewing Machine 221 Sale. Below is a picture of what both the older and newer style of this bobbin looks like.