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Needle won't grab thread from bobbin - Euro-Pro 9130 Sewing Machine

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Sometimes you have inserted the needle wrong, make sure that the needle faces the rear, if that is not it, try a new needle. Make sure that you have threaded the bobbin right, by your manual, and have at least a 6 inch tail, hold your top thread and move your handwheel towards you, not away from you and it will grab the thread. If any questions go to euro-pro.com

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Make sure your bobbin is inserted correctly, and help the machine by ensuring a equal amount of thread
from top and bottom is displayed
before you insert your fabric.

Posted on Oct 05, 2010

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SOURCE: Top & bobbin thread will not sew

Most likely the needle is in backwards. Weird I know, I have no idea why but if the needle is in wrong, it either hits the bobbin and breaks or won't grab the thread at all. Good luck.

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Needle may need to be changed. Be sure it is the correct needle for the machine.

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