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I have a continental electric sewing machine, but I lost the instructions. I've figured out the top thread, I don't know how to thread the bottom bobbin

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  • charles urban Mar 20, 2011

    what is the model #?

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On the bottom bobbin if you look you will see a small metal flap this is the bobbin tentioner simply make sure the thread is under this flap ,and the top needle will do the rest.adrian.

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