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Bobbin Case Comes Loose When Sewing

When sewing the bobbin case comes dislodged.

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The plastic drop-in bobbin case, is the worst I have ever seen. It is not staying in place. In front of the case, on the right there is a tiny, rectangle spring. It is the only thing I can find that keeps it in place. It is attached with a tiny screw and can be moved forward.

Posted on Sep 06, 2009

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