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There is a wrong way and right way to insert a new needle in an industrial juki sewing machine. I happen to have a computerized model which way does the needle go into the machine?

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-If your bobbin case is inserted from the left side of the machine, then the scarff( indentation on the back side of the needle ) should be on the right side as you insert the needle.
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Posted on May 02, 2010

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hi there
1 - are you sure you are use DBx1 needle ?
2- check tension spring for bobin case it's not open too much gust pull the threrad you will feel light tension not too much not too losse.
3 - check timing between needle and hook is ok orno?
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aabozid@hotmail.com

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