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Thread: vintage Singer 319w/36w

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    vintage Singer 319w/36w

    Hello all. This is my first post and I am so happy you have accepted me into the fold.
    I do have a question to begin. I have the Singer 319w and 306w. As you probably know, most of the accesssories are interchangeable; however, regarding the bobbin case - could it be that contrary to things I've read here - vs. ebay - that is not always the case. I don't know when this is not so. My 306 chewed up the bobbin case that I used in the 319. Is it possible this is totally because of the needles I used or do they take different cases??

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    According to this website, they take the same bobbin case:
    http://www.sewingpartsonline.com/Sin...ine-parts.aspx

    However, there are two different bobbin cases for them. If you look carefully, one has an opening in the side and the other is closed.

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    It depends. Some of them take the open case, some the closed case. If your machine 'chewed' up the closed case, odds are it needs the open case.

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