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The timing on my sewing machine is wrong so that it making really loud banging noises does any one know how to stop this

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In general, when your machine begins to make the loud banging noises, it tends to indicate a timing issue. The best way to fix this is to seek the help of a service person who deals with sewing machines. a regular service/check of your machine is recommended to help prevent these issues from arising, or regretably something more sinister.
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