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Juki mo 2316 nEEDLE THREAD KEEPS BREAKING

JUKI MO 2316nEEDLE THREAD KEEPS BREAKING.
WE HAVE RETHREADED EVERYTHING.
WE HAVE CHANGED THE NEEDLE.
DON'T KNOW WHAT ELSE TO DO.

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  • cdulmage Sep 09, 2009

    Yes to both, we just suddenly have this problem. I was working one minute and not the next. I have a small home based business, use the best quality thread and needles. We cleaned out under the plate and between the tension disks etc. Still breaks.

  • Obertelli
    Obertelli May 11, 2010

    Have you correctly adjusted the tension on the needle thread? Are you using good quality thread?

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    I think I have the needle threads wrong from the tension spools to the needles

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I took my machine in to a place that fixes machines.
Thanks anyway!

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