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Automatic bobbin winder does not stop when bobbin is full

I have a Pfaff 7570. When I put a new bobbin in place on top to wind it with thread, the automatic shutoff does not work. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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Simply loosen the screw on the bobbin winder stop, no more than 1 full turn or you will drop the backing nut will fall down into your machine, move the bobbin winder stop slightly to the left then tighten the screw and see if that works. you may have to repeat this step several times until you find the right spot to stop the bobbin at the correct point.

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