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My needle is hitting the metal part of the bobbin case. How can I fix it?

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Replace the needle first. If this doesn't stop the problem you will need to have the needle arm adjusted so it won't hit it. This will need to be done at your pro's shop.

Posted on Dec 07, 2014

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