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The bobbin thread will not come up

I have tried the following to resolve the problem: rethreaded the machine upper thread and the bobbin case, removed the bobbin and case, as well as the shuttle race which I cleaned, oiled and replaced. I changed the needle and the bobbin and still the bobbin thread is not being "pushed up" where the upper thread can bring it up. I'm out of ideas and would appreciate your assistance. Tkyou, Karen.

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Lower your needle

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SOURCE: Babylock sewing machine, upper thread is bunching

the tension is wronge has the lower bobbin case been unwound and refilled)(check that this is threaded right as well)

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SOURCE: NEEDLE WON'T PICK UP BOBBIN THREAD

im not!
it needs a good service the timeing has sliped out a little, nothing more that that,,,see its not a lost cause just yet

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SOURCE: bottom thread too loose; tried

Check for correct bottom thread tension.
It's provided by a flat spring on the bobbin holder.
When the bobbin is correctly installed, pulling on the thread
should meet with slight resistance, and the bobbin should spin without
trying to jump out of the bobbin holder.

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SOURCE: Needle won't pick up bobbin thread. Has been

Most of the time it is because the needle was inserted with the flat side facing you instead of away from you. And for the heck of it, put in a different needle, there may have been a burr or some defect on your new needle. Other than that, it could be your timing.

Posted on Apr 04, 2011

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