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The bobbin thread shows

My machine is the Singer Futura CE 350, but that doesnt come up in the list - the bobbin thread shows through to the top of the fabric instead of the top thread

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Hi,

This may or may not help, but perhaps you should check that your bobbin is wound correctly, and that you have it inserted into the bobbin case properly. I find that these are usually the 2 main reasons why the bobbin thread show through.

It could be the design, does it do it on all designs?

Posted on Nov 05, 2009

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When this happens, it could mean a small amount of lint has built up in the black bobbin casing, where the bobbin thread threads through. Take out the case, inspect and file and rough edges on the black plastic. Then take some floss and floss through the area the bobbin thread gets threaded through. This usually solves the problem. Sometimes your bobbin thread just gets unthreaded and needs to be threaded again.

Posted on Oct 20, 2009

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I am having the same problem and can't seem to find the answer. Please email me if you have found a solution!
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Posted on Oct 06, 2009

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