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I have a sewing machine model uhtj1276 i need part that i do not know what its called- metal ring with plastic piece that moves bobbin, this part is located under the bobbin on the shaft, plastic part

I have a sewing machine model uhtj1276 i need part that i do not know what its called- metal ring with plastic piece that moves bobbin, this part is located under the bobbin on the shaft, plastic part cracked.

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  • Jimmie Sill Nov 17, 2014

    this is a difficult carrier to find. the following web site probably will be a real help. you may also keep an eye on ebay for old sewing machine parts. this web will probably do it.

  • Jimmie Sill Nov 17, 2014

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I'm not sure about what your explaining, If the bobbin drops into this part (plastic) it is called the bobbin carrier. If you take the carrier out and you see a metal hook going around and circles or bobbing back and forth this is called the hook. The bobbin carrier is most likely what you need. Try this web, they usually have everything: http://www.sewingpartsonline.com/instruction-book-janome-and-newhome-8000.aspx

Posted on Nov 16, 2014

Testimonial: "it is a ring with grooved plastic on it that goes on shaft, that w hat i need."

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    george rudy Nov 16, 2014

    The part i need is on the shaft under the bobbin carrier that is greased.

  • george rudy
    george rudy Nov 16, 2014

    it is a ring with grooved plastic on it that goes on shaft, that w hat i need.

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Here in Australia, the dealer would get it in for you. The 'manufacturer' / distributor usually don't get involved with customers! I'd find a dealer near you and ask!

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SOURCE: bobbin compartment trouble

Put the needle in the up position. Tilt the machine back with one hand and lay the hook in its position on what is called the hookrace. The little ledge inside the the circle opposite the other part that moves. Then take the outer ring and lay that in over top of it. There is a small pin on the bottom that fits into a notch. The two small nubs should be on the outside, then click the two black knobs over those. Put the bobbin in the case and the thread through the notch up under the tension spring on the case. Looking at the back of the case, pull the thread and in most machines the bobbin should turn clock-wise. Now snap it onto the post.
Your good to go.
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I was able to gain entrance into the area by taking out 1 screw (star head), slightly pulling on the plastic compartment to cause a small opening. I then tilted the machine and the needle fell out. The screw is located on the rear of the sewing machine, right behind the bobbin compartment. A flat head screw is also needed to "Pry" open the plastic.

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The black plastic ring must be put back on with it oriented correctly. It can be a bit tricky, but experiment different ways.

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SOURCE: BOBBIN WINDER WON'T WIND

bobbin wont wind on sewing machine

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The hard part is to get the second tab into the proper spot. I circled the piece that you need to move in red. If you move the little piece by pushing it with a flat screw driver, you can line up the bobbin case so that tab #2 is under the metal piece and the bobbin case will be properly set.

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