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1  eeeekkk sewing too fast on something too thick please help! >_< in Sewing Machines: Discussion and Questions by mrkaykay on: February 24, 2011 12:23:30 PM
hi well i got my machine a month ago and its been lovely sewing straight out of the box no problems easy to thread and not too loud does everything i want

but today i was asked to fix my brothers fave jeans as hes worn a hole right along the thick inside seam was going to be a simple stitch it shut thing but i couldnt be botherd so had my machine going super fast n BAM needle bend and jams and such. i open up the metal plate thing and have discoverd this

and when looking at the bobbin case this is the damage visable

do you more knowledgeable  people reckon the damage to the bobbin case is causing it not to sit still in the machine or am i missing something even more terrible

please help if you can any suggestions would be good

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