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Juki sweing machine timing problem

How do I repair the timing or adjust the timing on my Juki Sewing machine?

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  • Anonymous Feb 27, 2009

    My timing is off, so the needles keep breaking and it won't sew.
    It happened after someone got alot of thred into the bobbin area
    and broke the needles.


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The timing of your sewing machine is, check your bobbin in right position, quit tightin the tension, and the timing for tiches is just always # 1.5

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