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W3300 hook and needle

W3300 started to break needles, hook tip bent and worn. replaced hook, but needle hitting hook tip. believe needle needs to be adjusted. Just have not figured how yet. Most grateful for any help.

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I had many broken needles before I put my thread on a thread stand behind my machine. I found that the thread was winding around the thread post and causing a jam and thus, breaking my needles. This solution worked!

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