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What is wrong with the mach if it misses the stitch on the bottom, it doesn't catch the tread? It doesn't make a clunking sound but doesn't sew.

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Could be the needle is in backwards, not pushed all the way up into its housing or blunt. Try changing it first, rethreading machine top and bottom and try again.

If that fails and it is not forming a stitch at all, then the timing could be out and will need servicing.

Posted on Mar 27, 2011

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