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When i turn the handwheel towards me to lower the needle to pick up the bobbin thread, it lowers but doesn't pick up the bobbin thread...

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I had this same problem and I was told to make sure the bobbin is in with the thread coming out counter-clockwise and it solved the problem for me on all three of my machines. A lot of times the needle will pick it up but you have to do a full rotation on the handwheel. I hope that helps

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