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Locate the bobbin access panel to the right of the presser foot. Place thumb tip in the oval hole and pull to the left, (It might also tip up, but I doubt it.) Reach in and lift and grasp the little lever on the bobbin case, pull it out. Remove bobbin from case. Select the thread you want to fill the bobbin with. Place it on the thread spindle. Pull thread trough the small round tension disc on top of the machine and back toward the short spindle on the right top of the machine. If your bobbins have holes.. thread a hole and place the botton on that short spindle. Slide the bobbin and spindle toward the metal "fence". Loosen the hand wheel by turning the center knob counter clock wise. Grasp the little thread on the bobbin and start winding a few revolutions with you holding the thread. Stop and clip that short thread close to the bobbin then continue winding until full.
When the bobbin is full. Return the hand wheel knob to it's original position. Slide the bobbin winder spindle away from the "fence" and remove the bobbin. Place the bobbin in the case with the bobbin facing you... the thread when pulled should rotate the bobbin itself clockwise (VERY Important!) Hold the lever open and replace the bobbin.
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Hello would you happen to have a model number or any serial number on your LEISURE COOKMASTER 101 I will be trying to obtain your specific manual and not provide one that is generalized and these numbers help to locate your exact unit. Thank you I await your reply Rick
HI,and a merry Xmas.
Yes it is repairable, it is going to be one of two things.
1--the control knob is cracked or broken causing it to twist round without turning the control.
2--the spindle on the control is broken or loose inside the switch.
Pull the knob off, and see if yopu can turn the switch on and off with a pair of grips or pliers.
This way it will enable you tell if it is just the knob or the switch that is faulty.
It is possible the knob is slipping round and not turning the spindle of the switch, or the spindle is broken inside the switch, or the switch is partially seized up.
Pull the kjnob off the switch, and try turning it on wioth pair of pliers or grips, if that works, then the switch is probably o/k.
Also spray some WD40 onto the switch spindle, and inside the switch.
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