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I was cleaning my bobbin case and the cutter and blade came off. Can you send me a picture so I can put it back together?

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I don't think I have a picture but let me see if I can describe it to you.

The metal cutter has a black plastic piece. The blade fits in the black plastic with the longest point on top. The black plastic piece slides back onto the metal cutter, riding on the ridge. Fit the metal cutter back on the unit, being sure to align the "stubs" in the holes of the black pieces attached to the cog wheel. Make sure the "stub" of the black plastic piece with the blade fits in the parallel groove so that only the metal piece moves out and brings the thread to the blade when the cutter is activiated.

If you are still unable to fix, make a comment back and I'll go take pictures of my machine's cutter system.

Good luck.

Posted on Sep 25, 2009

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