Question about Husqvarna Designer I
It is possible that the bobbin was wound too fast and the plastic has overheated and expanded. There's nothing for it but to pull all the thread off and then try again - gently - to remove the bobbin. If it still won't come off, get some pliers and very very carefully remove the bobbin by breaking it piece by piece. Take care not to let any of the pieces fall inside the machine. Once you have freed even part of one side it will most likely come off without the need to completely break it up.
Whenever you wind a bobbin, reduce the speed of the motor by three clicks. It does not say this in the manual, but it is a wise precaution.
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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