Question about Alpine CDA-7998 CD Player
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THE ARE ALPINE AUTHORIZE PARTS DISTRIBUTORS
I recommend you to get the service manual first to look the mech explored view and see exactly the parts you need,also you may need the information for Assembly the mech.
Posted on Jan 16, 2008
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Generally, this is because the needle
is inserted wrong or because it's bent. In the first case, the top
of the needle (called the shank) has a flat side-this has to be
inserted so it faces the back or away from you.
In the second case, when a bent needle stops the top thread from picking up the bobbin thread. Even if you think your needle is fine, change it to see if this solves the problem.
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