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Bernette 334d will not make chain stitch. I recently replaced a broken horizontal shaft gear. Think the timing maybe off. Help please.

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SOURCE: looking for download of manual for bernette 334d for uni student

You could check this site and see if they have it.
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Here's a link for you, there are a lot of scanned manuals for bernina/bernette machines.
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SOURCE: Replacing broken gears on Singer Touch & Sew Model 648

Remove the plastic faceplate from the front of the machine. There is a Singer logo button that you will have to pop out to release it, and then the lever nobs to get around to get it off. You can then access the allen screw on the top gear.
Remove all the set screws on both the top and bottom gears on the vertical shaft. Put them in a safe place.
The vertical shaft sits directly below the horizontal shaft, but there is some space between them and wiggle room to do the following. If the shaft does not slip down easily, use a small diameter rod or screwdriver to gently tap the vertical shaft downward until the top gear slips off the end. Remove the gear.

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Has the horizontal shaft gear (white nylon gear) inside your overlocker failed? Does it look like this?
http://www.sewingpartsonline.com/horizontal-shaft-gear-bernina-bernette-50141103.aspx

My repair man obtained this part from Bernina and was able to repair this although it is a labour intensive repair requiring pulling down the whole machine to do. But the part itself was only $US38.

You can buy from sewingpartsonline as per link above.

Or you could ring Bernina head office in your country and talk to someone about it as I was initially told my machine was unrepairable as this part was not available by a local store who wanted to sell me a new one. I guess in light of the 4-5 hour repair time, this is probably a valid call if you buy a new plastic serger but I love my Bernette and felt it was worth repairing, not junking it. It is now 5 years later and still going strong since that repair. My OSMG (old sewing machine guy) Ken told me that the nylon gears sometimes will just crack, even if the machine hasn't had lots of work, just plastic ageing.

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