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Newly bought Magnolia 7330 and the needle thread keeps breaking. I took it back to the place of purchase and they said it is working fine...watched me thread correctly. I've changed thread, needles and bobbin and the thread keeps breaking. Please advise.

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This sounds silly, but I have the same machine and it kept happening to me too. Here's what I was doing wrong: When I thread it between 6 (thread take-up lever) and 7 (lower thread guide), the thread was being left exposed on the face of the machine instead of falling into that little **** of a crevice. One I figured out to stick it in the **** of the crevice, all was well. Try that -- and good luck!

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