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Hand Wheel In the instruction manual it explains how to draw up the bobbin thread on page 10. It says to turn the hand wheel slowly towards me until the needle goes down then comes up again. My needle is not moving at all when I move the hand wheel. Its as if the hand wheel has no purpose at all. How can i fix this?

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  • Allison Werne Jul 04, 2007

    I dont understand. What do you mean R/H side? and "away you go pull out to imobilze when filling bobbin" doesn't make sence to me. Is that supposed to be immobilize?

  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2014

    the needle is not moving up an down nor is the clutch knob going around, however the hand wheel is.

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    When switching from threading to sewing hand wheel locks and will not move

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    The needle still moves when loading the bobbin loader as it turns. How to stop the needle

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    hand wheel wont move

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There is a smaller wheel in the center of the big wheel. This has to be tightened in order for the needle to operate. This smaller wheel is needing to be in the loosened state to wind the bobbin. The needle should not go up & down then. Just hold the outside wheel & tighten the inner wheel. This should solve your problem. Hey, just wondering if I could possibly get a copy of your manual, as I lost mine for this model. I would really appreciate it! My email is dianahus@paulbunyan.net Thanks & Good Luck

Posted on Sep 05, 2007

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Push the centre of the wheel R/H side. If it clicks in... away you go pull out to imobilze when filling bobbin

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