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The bobbin case went ajar while sewing blue jean fabric. I cant figure out to put it back in. Your help is very much appreciated :


Hi Debbie,
This type bobbin case can be a pain to get back in. On photo #1, at the top left you see a silver piece (circled in red) with a rectangular hole in it (circled in green)...take a flat head screw driver and insert it into the slot then twist to the right so the little bar/flange (circled in blue) will twist to the left past the bobbin well wall (marked in neon green). Photo #2 Now the bar/flange (marked in blue) should be on top of the bobbin well wall (marked in neon green). Now set the bobbin case in the bobbin well (marked in pink). Photo #3 as you set the black bobbin case in, kind of angle the flat part that is marked by the orange X so that it will begin to underneath the bar/flange with large orange circle. It won't go in all the way but just start it and then set the rest of the case down in the well. Now twist the entire black case to the right and the flat black are marked with the orange (X) should slide underneath the bar/flange marked with orange circle. The flat piece marked with a purple (X) should be sitting in the area marked with an (X) in the bobbin well. Now take your screwdriver and stick it in the rectangular box and twist it back so the silver piece marked in blue with go back over the edge of the black bobbin case to help hold it in. Hope you can understand my instructions and good luck!



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Apr 11, 2016 | Singer Merritt 8734

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Cant get bobbin to catch


here are my suggestions, if none of them help then the machine
needs to be checked for a timing problem

try changing the needle ---make sure it's the right needle for the fabric
being sewed.--make sure the needle is inserted all the way into the
needle holder--and also make sure the needle is turned the right
way.

rethread the machine --top and bobbin

make sure to use every thread guide

make sure the bobbin is turned the right way in the bobbin case

if the machine is a front or side loading bobbin make sure the bobbin
case is inserted correctly

Dec 05, 2012 | Brother Sewing Machines

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The casing on my bobbin has come loose and now will not stitch right. there seems to be a certain way to have the bobbin casing sitting correctly in the spinning bobbin holster of the machine and i cant...


Does your bobbin case look like this? If so, it has an adjustment that can be made. http://sewingmachine221sale.bizland.com/store/page40.html
There is a small screw on the edge where the thread comes out.
This video shows it. I didn't watch and listen, but I did forward and see that it shows how to do the adjustment.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ApTBtyUCV6c

Oct 26, 2011 | Brother XL-3500

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Arm wont move and needle wont go up and down any more in the middle of sewing, I was in the middle of sewing and all the sudden it froze up. It wont move any more and when you try you cant hardle move the...


Annoying solution, but works every time. Remove the ENTIRE bobbin casing from the base and then turn the wheel. The needle should lift right out. Reassemble bobbin casing and oil very well.

This generally only happens when you are sewing through several layers of fabric or though a thick fabric. If you are doing neither, the timing in your machine may be off and you will need to get it repaired.

Jul 04, 2010 | Singer 3116 Simple

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I just purchase a Singer 301 and cant get the bobbin case out


Raise the bed extension, revealing the bobbin area. Gently pull out on the bobbin case latch and it should pop right out in your hand. Congrats on your 301, they are wonderful machines!

Jun 08, 2009 | Singer Quantum XL-1000 Computerized Sewing...

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Cant put back bobbin case in its place


I'm assuming you took out all the visible thread but usually I find more that you can't see until you disassemble the bobbin casings. Should have instructions in your manual...its not as scary as you think.

If you are nervous about it, take digital pictures every step of the way, so you can get it all back in.

Have some tweezers and a small flash light handy!

That extra bit of thread could be hanging up the system enough for you not to be able to get it back in right.

Apr 24, 2009 | Sewing Machines

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Bobbin thread is pulling to the top, using embroidery needle, bobbin thread and proper thread on the top. As far as I know the machine is set right. This might not be the right place to ask, but am...


Setting bobbin case tension:
Put wound bobbin in bobbin case. Thread it in case. Hold the thread and carefully let go of the case only holding bobbin thread. The case should NOT move. Quickly let your hand drop 2-3 inches to let the bobbin case free fall for 2-3 inches, the bobbin case should move slightly then stop. It moves because it let’s a little thread off the bobbin. It should then stop .5"- 2" of thread should release. If so, your bobbin case tension is right. If it’s right then begin to look at your top thread tension. Always Always start with a properly adjusted bobbin case, then adjust your top tension accordingly.

Mar 18, 2009 | Bernina Artista 170

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My zig zag stitch is distorted on the top side but looks perfect on the underside. I have tried adjusting the tensions and rethreaded the machine, etc.


The bobbin tension sounds too loose. This will help if you have a bobbin case and not a drop in bobbin. Let me know if you have a drop in bobbin:
Setting bobbin case tension:
Put wound bobbin in bobbin case. Thread it in case. Hold the thread and carefully let go of the case only holding bobbin thread. The case should NOT move. Quickly let your hand drop 2-3 inches to let the bobbin case free fall for 2-3 inches, the bobbin case should move slightly then stop. It moves because it let’s a little thread off the bobbin. It should then stop .5"- 2" of thread should release. If so, your bobbin case tension is right. If it’s right then begin to look at your top thread tension. Always Always start with a properly adjusted bobbin case, then adjust your top tension accordingly.

Mar 12, 2009 | Sewing Machines

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Bobbins


Have a look at this website on the threading page, if your machine is not listed look at some of the other Kenmore machines and you will get the idea of how to remove the bobbin case. Basically you will find a small latch across the front of the bobbin case, pull the latch away from the case and hey presto.
www.sewusa.com

Apr 23, 2008 | Sewing Machines

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