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Hobbylock 796 left thread not sewing

The machine is all threaded but the left thread is not looping in with the others.

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If the machine is correctly threaded this could be caused by incorrect installation of the left needle, if not full inserted it can cause the machine to drop the stitch, just loosen the needle and push it up into the holder.

Posted on Nov 27, 2011

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