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I can't get the bobbin case into its slot on my Singer 4610. When I tried it chipped a piece off. I don't know how it came out, I was already using the machine and sewing. The thread got tangled and the bobbin case was out of its slot when I removed the plate.

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Simply try again smoothly and gently this time.

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