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I have a Juki Lu 562 and need a threading diagram. Can you help? Thread is bunching up near the bobbin. Our threading guide in the book is rather small so we need something larger and more detailed.

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Posted on Aug 10, 2008

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SOURCE: How to thread it correctly. Need detailed instructions on threading.

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a pdf manual can be got from here l YAMATA FY14U4AD

hope this helps


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Posted on Aug 25, 2008

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Posted on Oct 26, 2008

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SOURCE: my Juki DL 5555 won't pick up bobbin thread

It is possible that you have the bobbin in backwards. Try inserting the bobbin so that the thread pulls in the opposite direction than it currently does. Also, sometimes you have to really push the bobbin case in to make sure it snaps into place. Other than that, you may have a dull needle...try replacing it, or it just may need an overhaul.

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Juki Lu-562 breaking, fraying thread. The tread will fray and eventually break a lot. Is there anything else besides a different size needle or burrs on the foot plate for foot feed?


Be sure that you are using only fresh, good quality thread. Old or bargain bin thread will fray easily. Does the thread have little hairs (fibers) sticking out? If so, get rid of it. Try a different type of thread, ie polyester thread. (FWIW, Coats & Clark used by a stand-by, but it is a lesser-quality thread these days.) Be sure to use the same thread in the bobbin--polyester thread will tend to cut cotton. Try flipping the thread spool over so it feeds off in the opposite direction. Make sure the machine's bobbin area is clean of any lint or debris. The tension may be too tight. The thread may be mis-threaded or the thread is restricted somewhere, ie wrapped around a thread guide or the spool pin. Be sure the thread is running through the thread guide immediately above the needle. Remove the thread and rethread from the beginning. You might try a different type of needle, ie top-stitch needle. Top-stitch needles have a larger scarf that will protect the thread as it pierces the fabric multiple times before forming a stitch. A Top-stitch or Metafil needle has a larger eye to accommodate bigger thread. Are you sewing unusually coarse fabric? It is abrasive and could be causing the excessive fraying.

If the fraying continues, there may still be a burr somewhere.

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Mar 13, 2017 | Juki Sewing Machines

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My Juki LU-563 stopped picking up the bobbin thread, changed needle, took out bobbincase to look for thread, none, still won't sew because of bobbin thread not being picked up.


If you've properly installed a brand new needle that is correct for the machine, threaded it correctly, checked that the bobbin is installed correctly and the bobbin tension threaded properly, most likely the machine is out of time. In other words, the needle is arriving at the bobbin at the wrong time in order to intercept the bobbin. (You can open the bobbin area, hand rotate the handwheel and watch how and where the needle moves in relation to the bobbin to see where and why it is not connecting.) You can search the internet for web sites and videos that discuss machine timing or you can take it for service.

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Nov 09, 2016 | Juki Sewing Machines

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How to thread a Juki MO 816 DD6 industrial serger, please.


Did you get a book with it? If not, buy or access one online.

Copy the threading diagram from the book:.
1. Blow diagram up to full page size on the copy machine.
2.Make as many copies as the # of threads you are going to use (3 threads=3 copies, 5 threads=5 copies etc.)
3.Buy as many colors of magic marker as the number of threads you are using. (Or borrow from your kids, the neighbors or use crayons)
4.On copy #1, using the original threading diagram, use one color of magic marker to follow the thread through its patch from the thread cone to the needle.
5.Do the same with each of the other copies: Copy #2=thread #2, Copy #3=thread #3, etc.
6.Now you should have a page for each thread as it comes off the cone.
7.Use a thread color that corresponds to the magic marker color on your page to make it clearer. After it is threaded properly, you can tie the color you plan to use and pull them through.

By using different color threads, and a good light, it is easier to see if you have missed a place or crossed a couple thread improperly.

If all else fails, try to find someone else who knows how to do it to thread it for you, then take a couple close up pictures of the inside of the machine with it threaded properly, take them to the photo shop and have a copy made to keep with your machine to refer to in the future. Good Luck! Sergers are their own nightmare to thread but once you get it down, you will be fine and love it. Juki is one of the easiest of the bunch. If you have a pair of tweezers and a couple threading wires, it sometimes helps!

Jun 25, 2016 | Juki Sewing Machines

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Timing on the Juki LU-1508H


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please see attached for how to adjust timing between needle and hook.
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Feb 18, 2015 | Juki Sewing Machines

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Why is there extra thread underneath the fabric


Check the tension on the top thread. Be sure all is threaded correctly. If the top tension is ok, the bobbin tension may need to be tightened. Also, be sure that everything is oiled properly, as this can affect function.

Oct 08, 2014 | Juki Sewing Machines

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Can't get Juki tension right


which tension is wrong
if thread is bunching up under material increase the tension of the needle thread if the bottom thread is loose then increase the bobbin thread tension
each thread result for above or below material will indicate which thread to alter the tension on

Jul 02, 2014 | Juki Sewing Machines

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Good diagram showing how to thread a 4 thread Juki 644d serger we do not have a manual machine is not clear


You can download a free threading guide here - http://www.sewusa.com/Threading_Diagrams/Threading_Pages/Juki_Sewing_machine_threading/Juki_MO_644_Threading_Diagram.htm

The same site also sells manuals.

Threading Tips:

Have the thread antenna at it's highest position.

Set the tensions to zero.

Have the presser foot up while threading.

When you thread a serger for the first time, or if you are having a threading problem, use a different color thread for each guide. This can quickly indicate where the problem lies.

Once the stitch is satisfactory, change to the color you prefer - but this way is the easiest - cut the thread near the thread cone and tie off with the new thread. With the tensions at zero, slowing run the serger until the new thread appears. You will need to stop as the knots approach the needles and thread them by hand.

Do the tie-off before running out of thread and this will save a lot of time and stress.

Mar 02, 2010 | Juki MO-644D Mechanical Sewing Machine

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I need help threading my Juki TL98Q


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Beginning with the spool, guide the thread through the thread guides to the tension assembly. Pull the thread through the tension assembly and test it to make sure the tension is working correctly.
(To do this test, adjust your tension setting to normal or medium or 5 or something in the middle. Raise the presser foot and pull the thread through the tension. It should pull easily!! Lower the presser foot and pull the thread. It should pull noticeably harder.) If it passes this test, continue up through the take up lever,then down through the thread guides to the needle. Make sure your needle is fully inserted and turned the correct way.( If you load your bobbin case from the left side,the needle rule is normally FLAT to the RIGHT is RIGHT. There are some exceptions. If you have a newer style drop in bobbin or your bobbin case loads in the front then the rule is FLAT to the BACK.

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