Question about Sewing Machines
If it has not been pushed all the way down so part of it is still projecting above the machine, you can cut a piece of plastic drinking straw and place it over the spool pin. This works very well for those extra large spools that are too tall for the spool pin. In some instances, some people simply place the thread spool in a cup or jar on the table to the right and behind the machine. Or, create a spool pin with a wooden dowel attached to a flat surface.
Otherwise, the pin may need to be replaced and repaired by a technician. But, you can get by without a spool pin on the machine.
Posted on Dec 24, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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