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Hello, My baby lock intrigue sewing machine threader is broken. It does not pull thread down. Thank you, Deborah

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Unfortunately this manual can't be found for free anywhere online, I have looked extensively for you. It can be purchased though, for $7.99 from the link I will give you at the end of my answer here...

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http://www.sewingpartsdirect.com/babylock-model-bl4-728d-instruction-manual.aspx

Posted on Oct 14, 2010

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SOURCE: Just inherited a kenmore ultra

You can buy this part here
http://www.sewingpartsonline.com/tension-kenmore-mo-2052.aspx so I'd say it is certainly repairable.

However, installing it may be something you get a serviceperson to tackle, just depends on how easy it is to access the machine. etc. Another Fixya expert may have done this type of repair before but I haven't.

The other option is to take the machine to a local sewing machine repair person and get a quote to replace the tension dial and give the machine a service at the same time; this will mean you'll know the machine is working correctly, has been cleaned and lubricated and you'll be able to start fresh with it.

Posted on Sep 06, 2011

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