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Bobbin dose not fit

Brother PQ 1500 Bobbin SA159 dose not fit ( to large in dia') in our bobbin case. We called Brother an were told we must haver the wrong bobin case. The machine was donated to our church. How ever it work just fine with the bobbins that came with it. How can we tell if the case is the wrong one? what are the measurments of it? where can I view the parts?
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Get me your email and I will see if I can emal you the correct part number and maybe a diagram of the machine

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