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there are a number of places that hold spares, although searching for 'baby blue' looks like it might be a nickname?
Sewing Machine Services Canada
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These machines are not obsolete. They are more dependable than the newer ones. If you drop the sewing machine you will break your foot; not the machine. Sometimes parts are a little difficult to get parts for but they are worth the effort.
Look in your manual...to see if you are covered under you warrenty
My singer was 8 years old and had problems...I looked in my manual and since they didn't say if that part was covered...or not.
I called and they said it was only covered for 3 years or something
I told them that since you didn't say what was covered ..not
that part...anyway...I had them...I have been sewing for 30 years
and never had that problems ever happen...I asked to speak to a engineer who knew my type of manchine and He aggreed with me and they send me a return label and said they would fix it at no cost to me.
So read your manual and find out if the part you mentioned is anyway in the warrenty...If not call them ...even thou mine was not under warrenty...they did honor it..You can atleast try...
Good Luck and let me know the results...Thanks
thread this machine by taking a strain of thread from the spool pull it to the thread guide on top left side of machine criss cross the thread when you wrap it around the thread guide pull thread down and loop it under the needle thread tension control dial bring thread up and loop it on the thread take up lever, continue down to the needle looping it first around the metal piece above it then through the needle it self pull thread to back of sewing manchine with the bobbin thread
First is this a hoop that came with it or is it a fits all hoop? if you havent' used this manchine alot for this the hoop my be hard to push down hold the front of the hoop up and push the back down into the slots as you use it it will get easier.