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Will sew then skipps and not sew then picks up again Chandler mini Skipper blind hemmer

Loosening tension and tighten tension still skipps stiches

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Try changing the needle

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First get a new quality needle of the right size for your machine use a good quality hemming thread and check your tensions. If this fails to fix the problem you will probably have to have the timing checked.

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You need a heavy duty needle #16 or #18 to sew leather and teflon presser foot is helpful

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