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1. Unwind about 3 or 4 inches of thread from the bobbin. Insert wound bobbin

into bobbin case.

2. Pull trailing thread into the slot of case.

3. Pull thread to the left under the tension spring until thread enters into

delivery eye.

4. Holding bobbin case latch with the metal finer of case pointing up, fit

it into the notch at the top of the shuttle race.

5. Release latch and push case back making sure the case is in the

proper position. Close slide plate.

Note: The thread drawn out of the case is to be left hanging below the race.

Leave about 5-6 inches of thread hanging.

If this doesn't fix your problem, your machine (made by Brother) may need tuning because the needle isn't in the proper position as the hook comes around to catch the bobbin thread.

A repairman that can fix a Brother, Kenmore or Singer will be familiar with this machine.

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A "bobbin" is a spool onto which yarn or thread can be would so that it can be place in a machine and deliver the yarn/thread as needed to make or sew a fabric. A "bobbin winder" is the machine used to load the yarn or thread onto the bobbin spool. (Bobbins can be reused many many times).


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It could be the thread is jammed together underneath, where the bobbin is housed. Depending on the machine, although most have a way of getting into the bobbin bit, lift up and have a look. Cut your threads and start again. Your tension may be set wrong.


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can you sew leather with this machine and what settings of tension would you use?


AnswerThere is one fact that gets overlooked often. Make certain that your bobbins are the exact ones recommended for your machine. Many look similiar, but if they are off even slightly in depth, they will not work. Also, make certain your bobbin in locked into position in it's case and the thread is coming from the bobbin in the correct direction. When holding my metal bobbin in my hand, the thread pulls counter clockwise before placing it into my front loading bobbin case. Each machine is different so check your manual. You can also check that your presser plate is in correctly and without burrs. Good luck and I hope this works.Additional InfoThere are several reasons why this would happen. In order of probability: - You are not holding the thread tails when starting a seam - The needle is not properly installed in the needlebar - The machine is not threaded properly - The machine needs adjustment or repair--Check that your needle is not installed backwards. On my Singer the full-length groove (not the short partial groove) has to face you.---Check needle is not bent.---Check to make certain that the bobbin you are using is the correct one for your machine and that it is set in the case correctly.


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Have the instruction book but does not mention so I have the machine and I would say same size as the singer but are metal OK ( bobbin ) Most Kenmore sewing machines (including this one) take class 15 bobbins which you can find at Joann's, Walmart, and most places that deal in sewing machines. They come in either plastic or metal.


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Choosing a sewing machine would seem to be a simple task. For most, all that is needed is a basic machine which will sew straight lines and do button holes. Yet, there are many different options available on sewing machines so before heading out the door to buy one, you will need to know what your sewing machine is to be used for. If you only undertake a sewing project when you have no choice, you may opt to go with a mechanical sewing machine. If sewing is your favorite hobby, then an electronic sewing machine may be more to your liking. When you have chosen to make this task your life work, a computerized model may be your best option. All machines make the standard running stitch using two different sources of thread. While the upper needle takes the thread in a downward motion into the fabric, the bottom thread catches this thread and loops it back up by use of a bobbin. A “feed dog” is what moves the fabric along to begin the next stitch. With a mechanical machine, this process will be controlled by a rotary wheel. In order to make adjustments to your stitches, you will need to turn a dial. This is a very basic machine and tends to be inexpensive. An electronic sewing machine is different in that you can control many functions just by pushing a button. When you use a model of this sort, you will be utilizing a number of motors which have different duties. Electricity is required for this model and they do tend to be more expensive than their mechanical counterparts. For extensive sewing work, your best bet is a computerized sewing machine. This model uses numerous motors to control all functions. A computer is installed to coordinate these tasks and make your job easier. If you often repeat the same stitches over and over again, this is the model for you. It will handle repetitive tasks with ease and your job will be much simpler as a result. Keep this in mind when shopping so you get the perfect machine for the work you will be completing.


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