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  1. I haven't ordered anything yet, so I'm open to any ideas on what to do. Here is a picture of the parts. I tried to straighten the tensioning stud and one side broke off. I lost the plunger pin. I see the tensioning stud is riveted on and I wouldn't have a problem trying to rivet a new one on. I need a few other parts, thread guide on the needle, bobbin winder stop and screw 2 table hooks for the machine, and still looking at everything to make it complete, but no one online company that I know of seems to have all those parts. Thank you very much for all the replies.
  2. It seems I need a new tensioner for my 211W155 because the stud on the old one is bent. I tried straightening it, but it's not going to work very well. There's one on Amazon I've thought about purchasing. Is this one any good? https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0773KDTWV/ref=ox_sc_act_title_7?smid=A1JQQ14HH8YFCN&psc=1#customerReviews I really just need the bracket, not the rest of the parts though. Thanks in advance.
  3. Thanks so much, this is a great site for beginners like me.
  4. Thanks so much it was some thread under the bobbin.I'm really new at this. I need to buy some thread for a outside sun screen, could you recommend some or should I just ask at the store.Thanks again.
  5. I just bought a 211W155 and the hand wheel won't make a full revolution without getting hard to turn when the take-up lever is in the lowest and highest position. It has a clutch motor and the belt is off. It's been setting for quite a while, but I've oiled it well and it's been three or four days and is still hard to turn. I don't want to try to run it with the motor without figuring out why it is so hard to turn. Help appreciated.
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