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16x63 needle system, unless it's been retimed for something else. Suggest you might want to find the dull, bent up or otherwise still intact needle and show it to your industrial supplier or repair person, so they can check for you.
Needle system tells you about the length and timing distance of the needle: see, e.g.: http://designer-entrepreneurs.com/blog/illustrations/Singer_Needle.pdf Size tells you about the diameter of the needle: here's a suite of home sewing machine needles, all of the same needle system, but one of the photos shows a comparison of sizes:
for a manual try elna customer service as for the needle, check to see if it's inserted correctly in the needle holder the needle must be pushed all the way up into the needle holder-- the flat side goes to the back side of the machine you also mentioned that you broke a needle, when a needle is broken some times it can cause the machine to go out of time, which means it has to be taken to a sewing machine repair shop & be retimed,, and it needs to be serviced.
I usually use Kenmore needles. I bought my machine through Sears and was told the needles were compatible. Otherwise I get the appropriate size for my fabric weight at JoAnn Fabric. As long as it has a flat back it will work fine.
While I don't have specific solution for your problem, I have a similar problem with my "Euro-Pro 9101. My needle keeps breaking and it hits the needle plate. The needle plate is now very rough. Does anyone know what the solution might be?