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SOURCE: feeder dog is in reverse and thread won't feed through bobbin..

it would really be a good idea to have the machine serviced at a sewing
machine shop

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SOURCE: The Feeder Dogs are not moving forward or backwards on my sewing machine.

Are the Feed Dogs dropped? Check your manual for the location of the switch. .... otherwise your mechanism has been compromised. Take it in for repair.

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