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Phaff Model 7570-thread keeps getting caught in bobbin case. Too expensive to keep fixing. Help!

My thread keeps getting caught in bobbin case and breaks in it. wheel won't move. second time. too expensive to keep getting fixed. Help!

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There may be a piece of thread logded between the hook and the bobbin case holder. Try turning the handwheel very firmly backward (opposite the sewing direction).

Posted on Jun 17, 2011

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if there is a thread in the hook area try taking a pair of needle nose
pliers to try & get the thread out, if that doesn't work then you might
think about taking the machine to a sewing machine shop to have the
machine checked since the needle will not go up & down & handwheel
won't move

Posted on May 03, 2012

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SOURCE: thread caught behind the bobbin case holder

Take off the presser foot
take off the needle plate
take off the bobbin plate
take out the needle,
clip bobbin free,
Examine the bobbin carrier on how it fits into place. (important)
Lift out the bobbin carrier.

Each machine is a little different. You may want to take pictures as you do each step for later reference. Use something like an old egg carton or a muffin tin to keep your parts from rolling around or getting knocked off an lost.

Have fun.

Posted on Nov 06, 2012

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