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It has gotten very noisy like something is striking something inside.

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Remove needleplate and clean out lint, broken needles etcalso from around bobbin case area.

Posted on Sep 04, 2009

Testimonial: "I did as you said, also ran the machine without the bobbin race & it was quiet so I cleaned that very good and it solved the problem. THANK YOU!"

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