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How to set the timing on a juki lu-562

The walkin foot guide dosent move

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Posted on Nov 10, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a Juki LU-562 sewing machine I was sewing

Like most of the older sewing machines, the lu-562 is usually an easy fix when it comes to issues of timing and even broken parts. First determine where the spring came from and that should point you to the parts that need replacing and/or readjusting. But, by all means DO NOT continue operating the machine until its fixed. Without actually seeing the machine, it sounds as if the needle bar spring failed.

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SOURCE: How to put Lu-562 back in timing

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