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My juki g210 is loud when I sew. its 2 months old. I cleaned under plate and bobbin, put in a new needle, and its still loud. what else should I try

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Put some felt or rubber mat under the machine

online reviews dont say they are noisy during operation
While sewing on this machine, I heard very little in terms of machine noise. The motor is almost whisper quiet. There is no vibration.


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In the meantime....the damaged bobbin is not good, replace it/them........if you have a top loading drop-in bobbin, check for needle damage on the plastic bobbin case (remove needleplate to access).

If there is evidence of needle strikes, if mild, you could try to use very fine wet & dry emery paper to smooth, if severe, buy a new bobbin case.

There may be a load of lint under and around the bobbin case too, remove and clean up this area. If very dirty, use methylated spitit on cloth or cottonbud (QTip) to remove grime (don't soak)

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