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Andy Ybarra

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Hello, a few days ago I bought this old sewing machine "Seidel & Naumann", after giving it a good service it is in good condition, however I do not know how to thread the bobbin in the bobbin holder so I can not get the thread from the bobbin, In the same way I have been looking for the model and the year of manufacture but I have not had luck, I hope that one of you who has something similar can help me.
Thanking you in advance I send you a great greeting.

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Mickey

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It might be close enough to a Singer model 12 for the manual to help. Here's a video tutorial. There are PDF versions of the manual on the web, but I could not find one with good illustrations for the shuttle. If you post a  picture of the shuttle and carrier in your machine I'm sure someone here on VS will know how to thread it. Here's something on a Naumann boat shuttle. I couldn't find anything spot on for your model, but with a bit of search and maybe some help you will get it threaded.
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Andy Ybarra

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Hello Mickey, this is the piece, in fact I had seen a bit and I threaded it in that way, I have also noticed that in some videos the thread enters from right to left, is it right like that? since that is possibly my problem by not making the rose to enter the bobbin holder, thanks

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