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Posted on Oct 29, 2009

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SOURCE: I have an error code

hi there
may i know control model ? any way E811 means :
1- over voltage when voltage higher than guaranteed one is inputted ( please check wheter the applied power voltage is higher than te rated voltag ( plus ) 10% or more.

2 - Check whether 110V/220V changeover switch is improperly set.

3 - if 400 volt is input means POWER P.C.B is broken maybe repair or need to change.

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Posted on Dec 03, 2010

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SOURCE: how do you thread a Juki DDL-8700

Hi Vikki,
Here is an image of the threading up for your model Juki.
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You can down load a manual for your Juki from their website, its a bit tricky to find so I'll paste the link for you.

http://www.juki.co.jp/industrial_j/download_j/manual_j/DDL8700/menu/pdf/instruction_eg.pdf

just wait a bit for the file to build to your screen because its a large file.

I hope this helps you get using your machine.

Posted on Oct 11, 2011

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hi there
regarding your inquiry about JUKI machine model DDL-8700 , first your machine type was what ? DDL-8700/SS ( for light to medium material , DDL-8700/HS ( for jeans and can use to sew light to medium lather, type of needle is DBx1, size for lather was 18 and you can use thread number #30 and #20. one more thing you want to change your presser foot to teflon presser foot ( please see attached photo for that presser foot you want to buy.
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1- check V belt if there's more loose plase make it tight littel.
2- check timming cam for thread trimmer , sometimes lock after trim and E7 appear.
please advice me type for control box ? i can give more help if you have basic knowledge for electronc. just email me if you want any time.
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hi there
u can find at www.juki.com under industerial sewing machine
u can download DDL 8700-7 instruction manual
best regardes
ashraf abozid
aabozid@hotmail.com

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