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  • marianne bags Sep 14, 2010

    its is a top loading or front loading, metal or plastic? Look on yuor tube; you may see the perfect instructions. generally, there not much to do just put it in the correct way and pull the thread up with the needle thread.

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They usually just pop in; check for a video on you tube so you can see how to load it. Be aware, that bobbins only go in one way, the direction the thread comes off is important ie clockwise or anticlockwise

Posted on Sep 15, 2010

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