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Bobbin stop There is a little piece that stops the bobbin from winding before it gets to full. I removed the screw and the nut holding the part in place dropped into the machine. Is there some place I can easily get a nut for this without having my machine in the shop for a week. I could fix this myself if I could get a nut.

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Since this is a computerized machine, I would take the top off, turn the machine upside down and shake it until the nut that might get in the lower circuit board with disastrous and expensive results falls out. If you don't want to do this, then you may take the screw the nut fits to a hardware store and find a small ( probably 2-3 Millimeters ) nut .
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Posted on Jul 18, 2008

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How to fill a bobbin


Put he bobbin on.
Place one end of the thread in the bobbin hole. Do it inside to outside.
Go to the front of the machine. There is a small round piece. From the spool you will rap the thread in a clockwise direction around it so there will be a little resistance to the bobbin winder.
Loose the small handle on the hand crank.
Begin winding. Do it slow so that you can insure the bobbin is wound evenly. It should stop winding when it is full.

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The metal bobbin wind stopper beside the wind pin needs to be adjusted to allow the bobbin to fill completely. Be careful if you try to do this yourself as there is a nut inside the machine backing the screw. If you loosed the screw to far, the nut will fall into the machine and you will need to take it in for service:(

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HOW TO I WIND BOBBIN ON SINGER 347


If you mean the Singer Style Mate 347, open the face plate and remove the old bobbin. Then, the first step is to hold the hand wheel and loosen the stop-motion screw inside the hand wheel. (Keep the hand wheel from turning with one hand and turn the stop-motion screw towards the front of the machine.) Place your empty bobbin (hole away from the machine) on the spindle near the bobbin winder switch. Feed the thread from the spool on the spool pin through the eyelet on the top of the machine (near the top thread take up) and then down to and around the bobbin tension disc below the on-off power switch. Pass the thread through from the inside of the bobbin to the outside of the bobbin. Move the bobbin winder switch to On and hold onto the end of the thread. Start the machine and let a few winds get placed on the bobbin then stop for a minute. Cut the thread near the bobbin. Restart and continue winding more thread onto the bobbin until you have enough thread or the bobbin is full (it will stop automatically). Move the bobbin winder switch to off and tighten the stop-motion screw.

For pictures, see pages 6-7 in the manual. It's available as a PDF here: http://www.singerco.com/uploads/download/9b8c1ca7584c2bea7837ca4bf5338af7f1b5380e.pdf . (These are pages 8-9 of the PDF.)

I hope this helps.
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You need to ensure that the thread is going from the thread spool at the back of the machine, through the eyelet, then around the silver tension disc on top of the machine, then to the bobbin when you are winding it. Also, pull the thread tail up through the hole in your bobbin to start and hold the tail so the thread starts to fill smoothly and doesn't loosen.

I've marked the disc in red on this image
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Please read my Tip on bobbin winding; its really important to get a good wind and you can add more tension yourself by applying gentle pressure to your thread spool on the back pin as you wind off it.
Link is http://www.fixya.com/support/r10598580-winding_bobbin_correctly

The stopping when full is possibly because your bobbin is winding unevenly but I never run it until it stops itself anyway, and do the winding at 3/4 speed, not flat out. You want a really smoothly tensioned even wind onto the bobbin so your thread comes off the bobbin when stitching with even tension, not stretched, then loose.

Hope this helps you with your problem.

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I have the Brother SE270D and when I was winding the bobbin the thread somehow slipped under the bobbin and was wound around the peg under the bobbin winding area. I thought I could remove the screws and...


You can either take the machine in for repairs or, use another sewing machine (if you have one that uses the same type of bobbin) for bobbin winding or purchase a Sidewinder Bobbin Winder - search the Internet for the best price.

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My Viking Designer SE Bobbin does not stop winding


I have a Designer Topaz, very similar to yours. There is a small eccentric-shaped piece that rides the thread as the bobbin is filling. On my machine, it can be turned via the little star shaped "torx" depression. This determines the point at which the drive disengages the winding process. In the alternative, when the bobbin is as full as you want it, just push the rider away from the bobbin; the same effect is achieved.

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There ought to be a stopper arm that touches the thread and stops the winding.....a small screw nearby ought to be the way to adjust the depth of the arm....use an empty bobbin...loosen the screw, move the arm toward the edge of the bobbin, then re-tighten.
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When I go to wind the bobbin the needle still moves up and down and it will not wind the bobbin but stop beep and flash. The bobbin is as far to the right as it can go but it still is not winding.


Take it to repair shop, getting to the problem requires taking the shell cover off the machine, difficult to do, then fixing the problem might be electronic in nature.

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Automatic bobbin winder does not stop when bobbin is full


Simply loosen the screw on the bobbin winder stop, no more than 1 full turn or you will drop the backing nut will fall down into your machine, move the bobbin winder stop slightly to the left then tighten the screw and see if that works. you may have to repeat this step several times until you find the right spot to stop the bobbin at the correct point.

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Bobbin does not fill completely


Machines that stop the bobbin winder automatically when the bobbin is full have a mechanism that detects how much thread is accumulating in the bobbin while it is winding, then stops the winder when the bobbin is full. It is likely that the bobbin winding mechanism needs to be adjusted by a mechanic. 
On the other hand, if the thread winds evenly, and stops winding when the bobbin is about 3/4's full each time, you probably don't need to worry about it if all else is good (even tension, consistent stitch quality, and so on). 
If you'd like me to post some general troubleshooting tips, let me know.
Good luck

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