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LOI NEED TO KNOW EXACTLY HOW TO PLACE THE BOBBIN CASE IN THE MACHINE. IT SEEMS TO BE WAY TOO LOOSE. WILL NOT SEW PROPERLY. IT STARTS TO JUMP OUT.

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Sounds like you may not be threading the top thread correctly.
thread the top thead all the way to the needle but not the eye. Then lift the presser foot up and down. You should have tension when the presser foot is down and no tension when it is up.
If this is the case try sewing, if not your machine needs adjusting.
hope this helps

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