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HOLD UNTO THE LITTLE HANDLE AND PLACE THE ARM TOWARD THE UPPER SLIT. NOW, PUSH AND CONTINUE TO PUSH ONCE YOU RELEASE THE HANDLE. IT SHOULD LOCK ONCE YOU HAVE PUSHED IT ALL THE WAY IN.

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How can I put back the suttle race cover and the suttle after I oiling them. In the manual dosen't clear.


Look at the race cover... it's got a couple of matching dents in one side where the little plastic "bunny ears" fit into them. The shuttle goes into the race, then the race cover goes over the shuttle, and you move the little plastic bunny ears into position to hold the cover -- the tips fit in the dents.
Then put in the bobbin in the bobbin case.
It's very much like this: http://www.manualslib.com/manual/85659/Kenmore-385-15208.html?page=68

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I took out the bobbin case and then the shuttle race. Now I can't remember which one I should put back in first.


Clean the shuttle area, the hook and the cover with a toothbrush, removing all lint and debris. Place one small drop of sewing machine oil on the rim of the hook. Place the hook back in the raceway and replace the cover. Snap the two retaining levers back to hold the cover in place.

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Im trying to put back my bobbin in a bernette 60 for bernina


The bobbin you just thread in the bobbin case and pop it back in with the tail pointing up. Now if you are talking about the hook and race cover I'll go over that aswell. The hook is the 1/2moon shaped part, put that in first, it goes opposite of the other 1/2 moon part already in there. Next put the round part over it(race cover). It goes on with the to demples to the inside and the flat part up. Then flit the tabs on the left and right over the race cover. Hope this helps

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Name of part that covers bobbin


Race cover or race back cover.

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Where is the shuttle race on a Bernina Artista 180? I'd like to be exact as to where to put the drop of oil.


Just to the left of the bobbin case you will see a small lever. Remove the bobbin case and push the lever and that will release the latch which holds the race cover and shuttle (hook).

Clean well with a toothbrush and place one small drop of oil on the edge of the hook where it makes contact with the raceway. Place the hook back and snap the race cover back on.

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How to install bobbin


In the shuttle area there is a silver round piece- called the shuttle race cover. It has a black ear on the right and a black ear on the left. Push the right ear to the right, and the left ear to the left and the silver ring should come out. Behind the silver ring is the bobbin case stuck in the hook. Remove that, jiggle it, move it, just work the bobbin case out of the hook. Now put the hook back in the machine. In the machine there is a driver that looks like a half moon. Your hook looks like a half moon- make a full circle out of both of them. Re-install the race cover, pushing the left ear to the right and the right ear to the left to secure the race cover, and your problem should be solved.

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Bobbin don't turn


In the shuttle area there is a silver round piece- called the shuttle race cover. It has a black ear on the right and a black ear on the left. Push the right ear to the right, and the left ear to the left and the silver ring should come out. Behind the silver ring is the bobbin case stuck in the hook. Remove that, jiggle it, move it, just work the bobbin case out of the hook. Now put the hook back in the machine. In the machine there is a driver that looks like a half moon. Your hook looks like a half moon- make a full circle out of both of them. Re-install the race cover, pushing the left ear to the right and the right ear to the left to secure the race cover, and your problem should be solved.

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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!
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