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Needle hits inside of bobbin case.

When the needle comes down it hits just short of the groove it should move through. Instead it hits the plastic and scrapes along until it stops moving. Then it jams up and does not make a stitch. It's as though the timing is off. I was using the machine just fine until I tried to sew on a button and forgot to raise the teeth back up right after that.

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IF YOU HAVE ANOTHER MACHINE TO COMPARE YOU TAKE THE BOTTOM OFF SLIP THE BELT OFF AND THEN LINE UP THE MACHINE THATS OFF WITH THE GOOD ONE AND PUT THE BELT BACK ON. THIS WILL SET THE TIMING RIGHT..

Posted on Mar 03, 2010

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Your timing might be off. you may need to take it to be fixed, but be careful they might charge you $60-100

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Try replacing your needle. You might have bent it. Hope this works for you. Sally

Posted on Apr 17, 2009

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from your description and what you did, the needle /hook timing needs adjusting as it is out
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