Question about Sewing Machines
Simple solution could be needle is in backwards or is not the correct needle for your machine. Check that it is flat shank to the back firstly. Most machines take the 130/705 H system needles. However, industrial machines are the exception and usually take a different system needle, often no shank.
If the needle is fine, then the other possibility is that the machine's timing is out, ie the needle comes down to its lowest point as the hook assembly rotates around and catches the thread, bringing it up to form the stitch. If the machine timing is out, then this is often best attended to by a trained technician.
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