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Putting second needle on a Juki MO 812 industrial overlocer

I have no idea how to insert the second needle for this machine. Actually, although I can use it as it came pre-threaded, should anything go wrong, I would not be able to re-thread it even though I have the manual. This is a second hand industrial overlocer that works beautifully but no one has shown me how to use it. Should I need to change the threads or a needle breaks, I'm stuck. Any ideas please ? I have looked on YouTube but found no step by step guide. Thank you

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SOURCE: THREADING FOR JUKI MO 357

Put new needles in it.

Following the colors, thread the upper looper first, then the lower looper. Next thread the needles. Always thread in this order.


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SOURCE: Just got a Juki MO-654DE. Threading the machine was relatively easy. I'm having problems threading the needles. Is there a trick to doing that?

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