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These machine s are mechanical wonders, always have your machine serviced by trained technician. End user servicing is not recommended, and if needed, parts will not be available to end users so take your machine in for service, repair and adjustments to sew perfectly.
San Diego, CA
You can remove screws bottom plate, however, unless you are mechanically inclined, I would take in for service. Lay machine back on soft cloth or old towel. Don't lose screws! Oil moving parts one drop good quality sewing machine only and use Singrr lubricant on gears. If you don't have oil or lubricant, you can blow hair dryer 1-2 minutes and put plate back on. Never oil or lubricate plastic parts!
One drop oil on shuttle hook,
Run scrap to distrubute oil before sewing on project fabric !
No timing belt on machine ok, If machine keeps throwing time, the use of the machine is something I would question first or whoever done timing from the start. Finding where the machine is out of time could be the needle bar or hook shaft under unit...when you needle is going up where does the needle pass the cusp of the needle,,, The cusp is the part of the needle that swurves in