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On my Kenmore 15250 sewing machine to wind the bobbin I need to release the clutch by turning clutch knob towards me, so says the instructions booklet. But the clutch knob does not move apart from the bigger wheel. How do I release the clutch?

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On my Kenmore I had to pull the knob out to release the clutch, then push it bak in. I don't know if that is the same for you. You can try it, if it doesn;t move, it was worth a try. You could just take to Sears, sewing machine department and ask the salesperson what to do, they should help you for free, our Sears is pretty good about such matters.

Posted on Sep 13, 2010

  • Mary Dunn Sep 27, 2010

    Did you follow up and go to Sears? Sorry, you did not like my answer but I was only trying to help you.

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