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Hi, email me & I will send you the machine manual and parts book. sewingmachines@gmail.com

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Hi..
thread the upper looper first, then the lower looper. Next thread the needles. Always thread in this order.
Make sure you have the right needle for the thread you are using,and same thread is also in the bobbin.
. CHECK UPPER TENSION, BY PULLING SLIGHTLY, IF IT'S TIGHT, LOOSEN THE UPPER TENSION.your thread may be of the wrong size or chek the type of speed of your sewing, and the needle your are using.
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Hi I just purchased a used Juki DDL-555. 1) It will not catch the bobbin thread. 2) it will not sew forward and feed the fabric along (it sews in reverse just fine). Can someone please help?


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