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Bobbem is not right,tread knotting,cant sew

I have a kenmore 20, Here is what started is in bottem bobbem it was knotting up,moved the screw but still not sewing right?? Needs a bit of help so knows what should do to this?? Tryed all that can think of but breaks tread and wont hold or stay so can solve?

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Adjust the bobbin screw tread tension, its too tight.

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