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Bobbin problem continued. ....

Hello again Sorry for the delay, I'm not the swiftest with computers either! THe bobbin no longer hits the bobbin case and sews nicely in the sewing mode but the embroidery mode still makes a bobbin mess. :>( Karen
PS I didn't find any manual for my machine on that site.

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I replied to your original question thread at

http://www.fixya.com/support/t893277-needle_hits_bobbin

Please don't rate this solution as any rating not as a Fixya will bring my rating down which we strive to perfect

Posted on Aug 14, 2008

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