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White Superlock Serger 1934D

My info on the serger does not address my problem. My serger upper and lower loops lay 1/8" beyond the edge of the cutting line. Not sure how to adjust. Thanks

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    missing one of the spool holders. does anyone know where to buy parts. I am also having problems with the tension. It works for a 1/2 inc or so then messes up back side loop.

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Either adjust your knife to cut wider or tighten both looper threads.
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