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...needle shaft depth. first, make sure your needle is fully seated and tightened down. the groove in the needle should face forward. there are two timing marks on the needle shaft. at maximum depth you ...

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...needle (up or down). It no longer works. I can tell you its always on the upper shaft in the kenmore and it's on the right by the handwheel. The shaft has a wheel that rides through the sensor for ...

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...to the flat side of the needle shaft or the groove down the front of the needle. Needles for older machines may require a round shaft needle. Needles for industrial sewing machines have a round

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...needle bar (shaft that holds the needle) of the overlock, that you can loosen, adjust, and then re-tighten. You need to know which way (up or down) to adjust the shaft, and how much. Be extremely ...

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...shaft Push needle all the way up to the stop or as far as it will go. 3.possible bent needle--lay needle on flat surface & roll needle over, if the needle does not roll good -replace 4.blunt ...

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...needle shaft First of all is the needle the correct needle for your machine. Some needles go "flat to back" while others are put in differently. Not all "Universal" needles are used in ALL machines. ...

...needle shaft that goes into the needle clamp, and two needles attached to that. Take a look at the drawing that is next to the top button over the needle shaft area, and it has a rough picture of a ...

...all the way up the shaft, or you haven't purchased the right needle. Could also be that the needle has been placed in the machine backwards. The long groove Dow the needle shaft must be facing

needle shaft to get it out? unscrew the retention nut all the way. use the back of a screw driver and tap tap tap....or use an earth magnet to try and get it out! theres a small hole in the needle bar

...shaft that holds the needle you will find a clamp attached to a arm on a crank if you undo that clamp it will slide up or down the shaft and that positions the needle needle hook timing is on the ...

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