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Homemaker sewing machine. i cant remember where a part fits back in. the small metal plate that sits somewhere around the plastic section where you thread the cotton at #3

Took my sewing machine apart to fix a problem but now cannot remember how one of its parts goes back together

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  • Dave May 11, 2010

    Without knowing what parts you took out and from where, there is no way to be able to give you the instructions as to where and how to put those parts back in.

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I always find this easiest with the machine tilted back......reduces the chances of bits falling out while you put the next piece in.

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If this is not quite accurate for your model a photo of the bits would be helpful
The finished assembly looks like this: 3fe6ddb.jpg

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