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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Check that the correct system of needle is being used in the sewing machine.
Unscrew needle screw, make sure that the needle is pushed all the way up, tighten needle in place.
Check if needle is still hitting bobbin case.
If still hitting: remove bobbin case and insert again making sure that it is positioned correctly.
If problem still persists, please let me know the make and model of your sewing machine.
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If you bought new bobbins, they might not be quite round. This happens on mmetal bobbins.Another thing that happens is that you may have broken a needle and bent your bobbin case enough that the bobbin hits it as the shuttle goes around. If neither of these is the case, you might try to put a drdrop of oil in the "race" , which is the small grove in the piece that revolves around the bobbin case as you sew.
try taking the bobbin out and putting it back in the bobbin case if it's a top loading bobbin if it's a side or front loading bobbin make sure the bobbin case is inserted correctly if the bobbin and bobbin case are inserted correctly then it sounds like the sewing machine could have a timing problem and needs to be checked at a sewing machine shop
try changing the needle clean under the needle plate & in bobbin area for loose threads & lint try rethreading the machine top & bobbin, make sure to get every thread guide make sure the bobbin is inserted correctly in the bobbin case
Check to make sure the needle is up all the way into the clamp. If the bobbin case now has sharp edges from the impact. polish away the sharpness with an emery board or simular. Once a needle is hit it canot be used again so always use a fresh needle.
Perhaps remove the bobbin case and check that you have put it back correctly. Check with the sewing machine manual to see how it is done correctly. Make sure that the top of the bobbin case is at the top of the bobbin case holder and make sure you change the needle as it will probably be dull or bent from hitting the metal of the bobbin case.
This machine has had 2 different updates for the bobbin case, the second also included a new bobbin visor and the metal bracket that holds the bobbin case in proper position. This sis located at about the 5 oclock position looking straight on at the machine. These new pieces must be adjusted and i am sorry the exact position cannot be explained. It must have just the right amount of movement between bobbin case and bracket. The bracket also must be positioned just right.
pls, the see the figure how bobbibs thread directionhave you seen theres a screw on latch body case of bobins,you can adjust this but mostly this is factory
adjusted,bobbin tension can adjust here.but try to follow the thread direction.set up again the dial setup tension to #3 and stitch to #8 to #12.bobbins slip due to accumulation of thread under
bobbins.hopefully this may help you to continue sewing.
have a nice day,