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I had a couple parts fall out from under the machine where the bobbin is. I can't figure out how to get them back in....HELP?!??!

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Okay you should have 4 parts including bobbin case which i had to buy seperatly. You put in half round piece with 2 notches at bottom this slides in you then put bobbin case in and line up finger in slot at top of machine. Then you put the round cover on with open part at top. Then put latches on and your good to go. Lesnbek

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