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I can't figure out where the spool pin and felt go on the sewing machine. The part isn't there which makes me think I am missing something.

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  • Karen Miller Jul 30, 2013

    My sewing machiune is a Singer model 6136. It was my mother's and stored in the case, the spool pin would have to be removed. In looking at the manual, the pin is already installed.

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Close to the end of theHandwheel , there is usually a spindle, at the back of the machine.

This is where you need to restthe spool on and you would notice it sitting perfectly.

In case the length of the spindleis less , then pull it up gently with your fingers.

Also there are machines these dayswhich have easy to replace facilities , so the spindles just slide intothe machine for safety norms when you put the machine away.

Therefore , all you need to do it pullit up and it would be fine.

An example of a manual forbrother's sewing machine can be found in the below link which would give you anidea of how exactly it's done.

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