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Magnolia 7312 Was sewing and went away for 5 minutes. When I returned the bobbin casing didn't spin anymore. Any ideas? The area appears clean and no stray threads.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Need to know how to thread the bobbin

Hi there noticed you still need help and have been asking for quite sometime, so I am going to try to help you, also if you have no luck on the websites below try asking a premium chat or premium question on fixya.com and you will get guaranteed assistance by our best experts but it might cost you $3-$10 but you will get fast guaranteed assistance ok and we will stick by you

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http://www.american-sewing.com/janome-magnolia-7312.html, your very welcome and good luck there, Brett, Fixya

Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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  • Assuming you threaded your needle right I would start with looking at your bobbin. They do go bad and you could have that thread to tought around the bobbin. If you have a spare bobbin then string a fresh bobbin, and pull the old one out and replace with the new bobbin.
  • Also note that cheap thread will mess with a sewing machine something awefull. Had this Walmart thread one time that just tore and knotted. New quality thread took care of that.
  • Also bobbins are not a one size fits all. Make sure to use the same style bobbin every time. Again, as with thread, cheap bobbins are not always netter.

Regards, Tony

Posted on May 29, 2011

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SOURCE: It stopped picking up the bobbin thread while

Hello,

You can take the slide plate off, that your needle goes through and watch to see if the arm grabs the bobbin thread, if you can get it to pick up, than slide scissors or something flat under your needle and manually pull both threads through, replace the plate.

Your bobbin thread could be wound to tight or spliced threads on it, and your tension needs to be adjusted. If your using a pedal, try setting to a slower speed.

I would try a different bobbin and thread it manually as in the step I mentioned, if you can't see the arm grabbing it, you will need to check to see if you have loose threading jammed in youir machine, if this isn't the case and adjusting the tension dosen't help...than you will need to replace the bobbin casing.

Kind regards!

Posted on Sep 12, 2011

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Has the bobbin case dislodged and moved? there should be two red marks one on the bobbin case and one on the outer holder, are they lining up? Sometimes as these cases are held by a magnet, they will get dislodged and move slightly, especially in a jam up.
Take out the bobbin case and clean under it, then replace it matching up the red marks.

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If the bobbin case has actaully been struck by the needle during a dislodgement, it may well pierce the bobbin case plastic, look for burring or marks on the outer flange area. If this has occured, the thread may catch on the burr as it comes over the bobbin and jam again.

You can buy a new bobbin case if yours is damaged or maybe just file the burring with an emery board (remove it from the machine first of course).

Lastly, check your needle hasn't been bent, burred, or put in backwards, any of these can prevent a stitch from forming.

If all the above fails, then it is possible that the timing has been knocked out and you will need to get it serviced by a technician.

Posted on Oct 17, 2011

SOURCE: janome 3000 bobbin thread will not catch. It just quit while I was sewing. I've cleaned the bobbin case and anything else I could but when I put the needle down the thread does not circle the b

try changing the needle
rethread the machine top & bobbin
make sure to use every thread guide
make sure the bobbin is not over wound
make sure the bobbin is turned the right way in the bobbin case
make sure the bobbin is not warped or damaged
if you've done all these things then it's also possible that the machine
is out of time & needs to be checked at a repair shop

Posted on Sep 03, 2012

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Hi there noticed you still need help and have been asking for quite sometime, so I am going to try to help you, also if you have no luck on the websites below try asking a premium chat or premium question on fixya.com and you will get guaranteed assistance by our best experts but it might cost you $3-$10 but you will get fast guaranteed assistance ok and we will stick by you

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