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Can't get the bobbing holder back in place

I took out the bobbin and the black thing that holds it and now i can't get it back in. also having trouble with the whole birdnesting thing!!!
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Lambchopp22 the bobbin case "the black thing" can be tricky to get back in but first you may need to get a new bobbin case because that is what can cause the whole bridnesting thing check to see if you have a nick or a hole in the bobbin case. then be sure you have the bobbin in correctly this also can cause the bridnesting thing to happien. after you make sure that the case is ok or get a new one turn the hand wheel toward you until the metal hook is at the one o'clock postion you might have to move the hand wheel back and forth to get it to slide in correctly. hope this helps you out

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