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My bobbin stitch is too tight on my Juki DDL 8500-7, how can I fix this?

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Hi LJ,
Look on the bobbin case, and see if there is a small screw. Usually that is the tension of the bobbin. You can adjust that until there is only slight tension on the bobbin thread.
Hope this helps
Joe

Posted on Sep 17, 2011

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