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Singer 132Q Where do I locate the bobbin on this machine?

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You can buy Singer parts from anyone on this list:

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How to thread bobbin 451 Pfaff


Having difficulty even locating a photo of the 451. Assuming this is an older model, perhaps this manual will help. It says its also for the 551, so perhaps the model is close enough that it will help you with your machine:

Pfaff 551 Manual pages 1 viewing

If you are unable to figure out the bobbin winder, you may be able to use a standalone bobbin winder (one brand is called Sidewinder) from the fabric store. They run ~$25-30. Just be sure to bring a bobbin with you to check the fit.

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Looking for bobbins for this sewing machine - we are located in South Australia, Australia


bobbins come mostly in two sizes and all sewing machine shops and shops like spotlight have a range to suit ( shops that sell materials and sewing machines )
The major difference is the width of the bobbin so if you have a sample that fits take it along and compare

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How do i put my bobbin basket back in help


do you mean the bobbin and bobbin case? Load the bobbin then lift latch on case to hold it in position. place it over hook centre post and engage finger in locating slot release latch, push in and you should hear it lock
send machine info for detailed instructions

Feb 18, 2014 | Sewing Machines

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I have a Simplicity SE3 machine and I can not fine bobbins for this machine. Where can they be purchased?


The Simplicity SE3 bobbins are used for several other machines. The metal version of the bobbin is available here: http://www.mysewingmachineparts.com/top-quality-metal-sewing-machine-bobbins-125701-001-baby-lock-bernina-brother-riccar-simplicity-white/ . These are 10 for $6. There is a plastic version that's a bit cheaper: http://www.mysewingmachineparts.com/top-quality-plastic-sewing-machine-bobbins-136492-001-baby-lock-bernina-brother-riccar-simplicity-white/ . These two links include both other machines that use the bobbin and alternative part numbers to locate them from other vendors.

If you ask at a local sewing machine store for the Brother PE100 or BabyLock BL2100 bobbins, they should be able to help you find them.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

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Where is the location of bobbin winder tire in brother CS6000i?


The top right of the machine directly below the bobbin spindle.

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How to remove and fill bobbin


Locate the bobbin access panel to the right of the presser foot. Place thumb tip in the oval hole and pull to the left, (It might also tip up, but I doubt it.) Reach in and lift and grasp the little lever on the bobbin case, pull it out. Remove bobbin from case. Select the thread you want to fill the bobbin with. Place it on the thread spindle. Pull thread trough the small round tension disc on top of the machine and back toward the short spindle on the right top of the machine. If your bobbins have holes.. thread a hole and place the botton on that short spindle. Slide the bobbin and spindle toward the metal "fence". Loosen the hand wheel by turning the center knob counter clock wise. Grasp the little thread on the bobbin and start winding a few revolutions with you holding the thread. Stop and clip that short thread close to the bobbin then continue winding until full.

When the bobbin is full. Return the hand wheel knob to it's original position. Slide the bobbin winder spindle away from the "fence" and remove the bobbin. Place the bobbin in the case with the bobbin facing you... the thread when pulled should rotate the bobbin itself clockwise (VERY Important!) Hold the lever open and replace the bobbin.

For your convenience I have located this PDF for your machine. (be patient, it takes a while to load)

http://s2.vsmgroup.com/VSM/Pfaff/pfaffmanual.nsf/1fd5659e6f37141041256697003e64c0/38ca989591640b1a852575f30058c8ff/$FILE/Pfaff%20260%20.PDF

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Bobbin won't thread do I have the right bobbin


What machine make and model do you have and what does the bobbin look like?

You could go to this website and see if it helps you to identify the approriate bobbin for your machine. www.sewingpartsonline.com,
www.sewusa.com also has threading up diagrams for many makes and models so this site may help you too.

There are several different makes of bobbins although many modern machines are now running plastic ones which look very similar. However, getting the right bobbin for your machine is important.

You may need to locate a manual to actually get an image or description of your machine's bobbin.

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How to open bobbin


If this is a drop-in bobbin, there is an indented button to the right of the cover for the bobbin area that you press and the cover will pop up.

If it is a vertical bobbin - I do not know where it is located without the model - although, it would be and the end or at the front of the machine at the location of the presser foot.

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I need to rewind a new bobbin


My SE-270D bobbin winder is located on the top of the machine to the far right. From the picture of your machine it looks to be in the same place. The larger spindle is for the spool of thread and the shorter spindle is for the bobbin.
You need to wnd the thread around the bobbin a few times just to make sure it is started properly, and then move the bobbin either forward or backward to engage. (It's different on some machines.) You may also have to move the outer edge of the machine wheel (the large wheel on the outside right) to keep the needle from moving up and down while the bobbin is filling. When the bobbin is full the machine should shut off by itself.
Then you will have to re-tighten the machine wheel to engage the needle.
Hope this helps.

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Dont know how to use the sewing machine so how do i thread


well!I If you buy a new sewing machine it has a manual to guide you in any brand.But if buy a used one sometime it doesn't have a manual, you didn't mention the type of sewing machine you want to use any how if you have a mechanical sewing machine it's better to start on it.First you must know and must familiarize the significant part of machine and important usage of them,I'll just mention the most usage part at start.Putting thread in bobbins first there is bobbins winder where thread was wind,draw thread from spool through bobbins winder tension disc located at top of machine.wind thread around an empty bobbins serveral times then,place bobins onto bobbins winder shaft with thread wound on bobbins clockwise sometimes this is located at top right side a shaft coupled to circular rubber touching handwheel perpendicular sometime it was located at right side front of machine near handwheel.Release clutch by pulling handwheelor rotating pivot wheel counterclockwise at the center of handwheel whlle holding freeze the handwheel tigh in order to disingage the motion of handwheel from mechanism of machine.

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