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I have a Singer 5838C and need more bobbins. What size bobbins should I buy?

I can't find the size bobbin I need to buy in the manual.

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The same size ones as you have now.

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If you lift up the thread holder, the bobbin holder is inside. Loosen the hand guide to stop the needle from going up and down. Pull the thread around the top thread guide and back into the bobbin holder. Thread the bobbin and move the bobbin over so the guage is "inside" the bobbin. As for the manual, the Singer Merritt 2404 is applicable to the 2430 if that helps.

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How to wind bobbin on model 4411


Do you mean the Singer 4411 Heavy Duty sewing machine? If so,
first place the spool on the spool pin with an appropriate sized spool holder, if you are starting the project. Snap the thread into the thread guide to the left of the of the spool pin. Wrap the thread clockwise around the bobbin winder tension discs (slightly to the left and forward of the thread guide). Bring thread towards the bobbin spindle. Thread the bobbin (put the thread through the hole in the bobbin). Place the bobbin on the spindle with the hole up. Move the bobbin spindle to the right. Hold onto the thread above the bobbin and step on the foot control pedal. When the bobbin finishes winding the thread, cut the thread at the top of the bobbin and the incoming thread from the spool. Move the bobbin spindle to the left and remove the bobbin. If you have already threaded the machine for sewing, you will need to remove it from the various guides and tension discs that are used in sewing. Then after winding the bobbin, re-thread the top thread.

The directions to wind the bobbin are in the manual on page 12 (page 19 of the PDF). You can find many Singer manuals at the Singer support page: https://www.singer.com/support . The 4411 support page is https://www.singer.com/search/support?lp=support&title=4411 . The current link to the manual is https://www.singer.com/sites/default/files/product_manual/SINGER%204411%20Heavy%20Duty%20Sewing%20Machine.pdf .

I hope this helps.

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"bobbin size


Consult your owner's manual to find out what bobbin to use in your machine. There are many bobbins available, some will actually fit in your machine, but they may be a slight bit different size that will negatively affect your machine's operation. If you don't know which bobbin to buy, take the machine's manufacturer name and model to a sewing shop and ask if they can sell you the bobbin for your machine. Better yet, find a local dealer who supports your particular machine's manufacturer. You may even find the appropriate bobbin online by searching:
Manufacturer + Model + the word "bobbin"

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What size are the bobbins for the memory craft 8000? I've compared the class 15 to my original bobbin but the class 15 has a ridge that my original doesn't have...the class 15J is more like the...


You need a bobbin like this:
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You can puchase them from this link
http://www.sewingpartsonline.com/bobbins-janome-kenmore-elna-102261103.aspx

Janome have one standard plastic bobbin that fits almost all their models except
1600P, 1600P-DB, 1600P-DBX and MB4.
So if you see packets of plastic "Janome" bobbins for sale they will be the right ones.

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