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I have a Juki DU 141NH industrial sewing machine. I just had it serviced. I had to put a new bobbin in and now the needle is not catching my bobbin thread. Please help!

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Be sure you have the proper needle - it is longer than standard needles, plus be sure that you put the needle in from left to right - not...front to back.

Posted on Apr 26, 2011

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