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Shark 9110 won't thread bobbin

I have a Shark 9110 that won't tread up a bobbin, it doesn't even start to spin the bobbin when it comes up as an error

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I had the same problem with my 9110 euro pro it was in the part that held the bobbin in the botten a small peice of plastic broke off of it and i had to replace it a repair shop found this out it cost 27 dollers for part plus to fix it

Posted on Feb 20, 2012

The same thing just happened to me, but I am miising a piece that fell off. Make sure there is a little metal wire piece on .the bobbin winder, if not that is your problem

Posted on Jul 31, 2008

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