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Top thread gets stuck around bobbin case

I am attempting to thread my machine but whenever I try to drawup the bobbin thread, the needle thread gets stuck around the bobbin case and won't come back up. My machine then becomes jammed. What am I doing wrong?

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You might have a bent needle

Posted on Oct 03, 2009

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1. Clean the hook area again. Put one drop of oil on the race that the bobbin case rides on.
2. Make sure the holder on the bobbin case area is held secure while it is turning. It will need to be adjusted if the bobbin case wants to fall off of the race or has a lot of room when you move the handwheel back and forth. Test this by turning the hand wheel back and forth.
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