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Right needle broke twice

Not sure if I'm using the correct type and size or if there's a problem with the machine

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Needle sizes: 14 for general sewing, 11 for light-weight fabrics. Make sure that the needles are as far into the needle bar as they can go. Remember that the right needle extends out just slightly further than the left (they do not line up). Be sure that needles are inserted with the flat side away from you.

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