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The wrong loops are on the surface of the material that I've sewn

The manual says it's a tension problem and to make it less, but I've tried every number and it's not changing at all...so when I sew the loops are on the top of the material instead of the bottom....help?

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Loops on the top of the fabric are usually caused by the bobbin thread not in the bobbin case tension correctly, remove the bobbin and reinstall it. You should feel a slight resistance when you pull on the bobbin thread.

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Take a deep breath, count to 10... then slowly let it out. Ok. now. Most industrial machines are basic mechanical machines. Not much to go wrong with them. But they are so basic the manufacturers figure you would almost automatically know how to thread and adjust them.

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