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How to wind the bobbin on baby lock 1556 - Baby Lock BL1556

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SOURCE: Can't reassemble shuttle hook and shuttle race

the hook driver (still in machine) is 1/2 moon shape. The hook is also 1/2 moon shape. If you set the machine on its back, it's easier. Set the hook 1/2 into the other 1/2 of the hook driver to make a circle. Then put the hook cover on (machine still on its back) with the tabs for the twist locks pointed out. Needle gaurd to the top of the machine. Snap the twist locks in place and viola!
Kent

Posted on Mar 18, 2009

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SOURCE: Bobbin not even

buckmanfamil....I use my finger to keep tension on thread when i fill my bobbin.i also pusu thread slightly up & dwn to even it out on bobbin.works for mine ! I luv my Baby Lock !!

Posted on May 29, 2009

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Mine does that too. You disconnet the foot pedal (the smaller cord), then push the bobbin to the left, then hit the start/stop button where all the other buttons are. You may have to tap it lightly towards the right side of the machine to get it to "catch".

Posted on Mar 09, 2011

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SOURCE: The spool pin came out

Do you have the replacement pin?

The old one should snap out an the new one snap in.

If you do not have a replacement pin or you cannot get the new one to snap into place, buy a thread stand at the fabric store and use it.

Posted on Jul 29, 2011

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SOURCE: How do I wind the bobbin on the Baby Lock Bl9?

Engage the bobbin by pushing it to the right then pull out the hand wheel to disengage the needle.

Posted on Nov 11, 2012

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I'm having serious issues with my new bobbin wonder that came with my baby lock crown jewel 3. Once it does start winding it winds on one side only.


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buckmanfamil....I use my finger to keep tension on thread when i fill my bobbin.i also pusu thread slightly up & dwn to even it out on bobbin.works for mine ! I luv my Baby Lock !!

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I found that the tension setting of 1 worked. The main problem was the machine had thread wound around behind the bobbin. I had to take the plates that are under the foot out, clean out the thread, oil the machine and use a spool of thread that had more weight than the little spool I was trying to use.

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Can't reassemble shuttle hook and shuttle race


the hook driver (still in machine) is 1/2 moon shape. The hook is also 1/2 moon shape. If you set the machine on its back, it's easier. Set the hook 1/2 into the other 1/2 of the hook driver to make a circle. Then put the hook cover on (machine still on its back) with the tabs for the twist locks pointed out. Needle gaurd to the top of the machine. Snap the twist locks in place and viola!
Kent

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I have the same problem and was skeptical of the drop of oil solution but it worked. I had taken my baby lock ellure apart while investigating previously and found nothing else wrong. Tried a few drops of oil and after a moment it started winding noisily and then settled right in!! Working perfectly now!

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