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Automatic Threading It does not work; it did at the beginning but after 2 or 3 weeks of having used the sewing machine, it just not thread automatically.

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The tiny hook which goes through the eye of the needle is bent, broken or misaligned. Use a magnifying glass to watch the hook as you try the threader. Sometimes it may pass to the side of the needle and will need to be moved by loosening a screw and adjusting the assembly from side to side. Some machines don't have a screw to move. In this case you need to use a small screw driver to flex the hook to the correct position. Or you can buy a new part from your dealer for about $5.

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