Question about Singer Vacuums
If it is the metal pin in the bobbin that has come out simplely buy more bobbins but be sure to have the modle number of the machine when you go to buy the bobbins
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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Does the bobbin have a metal "peak" on it? If so, drop it in the machine with the peak up. Slide the cover only about half way till the 2 arrows on the left match up. Thread the top as normal, put the machine in straight stitch. Thread the needle, then put thread under the foot and wrap thread around the post on the left. Leave foot up. Hold onto the end of the thread and start your machine. The bobbin should be winding now. After a few wraps you can let go of the thread and it should have broken off as you continue winding till the bobbin is full.
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