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The machine is pulling the fabric into the bobbin case when embroidering. Just picked up brom repair center where they had it for 4 weeks to get the part to repair it from doing this. Still doing just like it was before the repairs where done

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Firstly, phone the repair shop and let them know their work was not done properly. Talk to them and see what help they can offer.
Secondly, is your project properly stabilised and secured in the hoop? Every project should be done with stabiliser to support the stitches. It needs to be hooped taut without being tight i.e. do not stretch the fabric out of shape, but the fabric should be held securely.
If the fabric is being pulled down into the bobbin during ordinary sewing, check to be sure the feed dogs are raised. Check also that you are using the proper needles with regard to the correct size and type for your project and that it is a new needle (a blunt needle will not go through the fabric cleanly).

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