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Reassemble bobbin and thread parts because now clumps up stitches multiple on bottom and only a couple on top. can't find my manual for my white 658-31495 machine please help pretty sure it boils down to proper threading

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You have to try to play with it. take a piece of material and try setting up the correct stitch. It may be old threat too. did you check to see how it was threaded in the bobbin pin. it must be clean.

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Re-thread your machine. It may be threaded incorrectly.

Raise your feed dogs. If your machine has this feature.

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