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Singer model 2732

This sewing machines bobbin case keeps popping up and wont stay in place, what can i do to stop it.

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It is either inserted incorrectly or the bobbin case needs replacing. Check the bobbin case by running finger tip around the outside of case, if rough spot needs replace. There is a ltch that is spring loaded you must hold back with small bladed screwdriver while inserting case for proper placement

Posted on Aug 26, 2009

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