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I can not set bobin case in usha machine . Please help me

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What sort of bobbin is it? if the case it the metal kind with a little lever, hold it by that to position it

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My problem is with the bobin. The machine worked well two days ago. Now when I try to sew , the bobin thread is becoming caught in the lower area and produces tension that stops the machine after about two...


With out looking at the machine it is hard to determine the exact problem, but make sure your bobbin thread is placed in the bobbine case corretly, and pulled through the little tension area on the bobbin case.

Next make sure the upper thread is in the tension discs, if not this can also cause you a problem, plus if possible used a little canned air (with the pressure foot up, machine unplugged and thread removed) blow out the tension area.

Good luck.

Mar 12, 2011 | Brother SE350 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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The top thread keeps breaking, I have tried with different threads and needles


hi htere
if ur machine is lockstitch try to use new bobin case or readjust the screw for spring. normally we change bobin case with new one also try to send ur machine model to any one can help u on site
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ashraf abozid
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Aug 16, 2010 | Sewing Machines

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The uper thread dose not catch the bottom thread


If there is a screw on the side of bobbin case try tightening it up.This usually worked on my old machine.

Sep 18, 2009 | Kenmore Drop-In Bobbin 505S-21BH...

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Needle is hitting the bottom of the bobin hausing


It sounds for sure like the needle is not in all the way. Try inserting the needle again, it ,may have slipped when it jammed.

Mar 17, 2009 | Sewing Machines

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Bobbin gets tangled up


Try taking the covers off again. Now check under and around the bobin case, thats the black plastic bit that holds the bobin. Look for any fuzz or stray bits of thread inside the machine and and around the feed dogs and under the needle too. I use compressed canned air to get in and really blow everything clean. For some reason if the machine is not totally clean, inside the bobin gets tangled up. If you have had even one knot, odds are parts of it are still floating around inside there somewhere and stopping some little lever from moving and jamming your whole machine. Clean under the bobin case too since lint can left it up and keep the bobin from being perfectly level. Also inspect your bobbin case to make sure it isn't scratched along the edge that rotates back and forth. Even a a tiny scratch will cause it jump its tracks and your bobin will lift up and become jamed. In that case you just have to buy a new bobin case. But most of the time your culprit will be some stray bits of thread or lint.

Sep 30, 2008 | Brother SE-270D Computerized Sewing...

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Frustration!!!


I have a Brother 270D too. I've had it for about four years and love it. It is a very picky machine sometimes and you have to treat it very delicately. I have had similar problems with the bobin in the past. Try removing the sewing plate by taking out the two screws that anchor it in. To accomplish this fhe first time, on my machine I had to use the flat head screw driver on my hubby's pocket knife because the screw driver that came with the machine had a handel that was too long to work with. After that, I kept the screws just tight enough to loosen easily with my thumb nail if I had to take them out, which I do on a regular basis. Now try removing the entire bobin case. Make sure your bobin case is not scratched! If if is, even a tiny scratch along the edge will cause major problems. This has happened to me, and you have to order a new one. I used an online dealer, spent $30 and my machine has worked great ever since. If your bobin case is not scratched, you are lucky and your culprit is most likely just fuzz or dirt. Try looking for any stray bits of thread that have gotten caught up under the bobin case or in the mechanisms inside the machine under the needle throught plate. If you had even one knot, odds are pieces of thread are still stuck inside somewhere. I use a can of compressed air to clean my machine on a regular basis and this keeps all the thread bits and fuzz at bay. You can also use the brushes that came with the machine and tweezers help too. Sometimes I just unplug my machine turn it uside down with the sewing plates off, and shake it gently. I am amazed at what come out! For some reason dirt seems to build up inside so clean it out regularly and you should have a much easily time sewing.

Sep 14, 2008 | Brother SE-270D Computerized Sewing...

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I have model 8280 and the bobbin thread keeps bunching up on the bottom. I have tried to rethread it but it keeps happening.


i think your putting in your bobin backwards,
to check put your bobin in and hold bobin , and bobin case by thread if it unrolls its backwards,
hope this helps!!

Jul 26, 2008 | Singer 8280 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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