Question about Juki Sewing Machines
Are you sure it's a 5 thread?
I looked at the threading diagram on the 804 and it appeared to be a 4 thread. It looked like an overlock with a safety stitch in the center.
The 5 thread looked like the number was an 814
Posted on Dec 26, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Open the font of the serger and the instructions will be printed on the serger or on the door.
Raise the presser foot and set the tensions to zero when threading.
Turn the hand wheel so the upper looper (curved one) is at it's highest point and thread it first, and then the lower looper.
With some sergers you must thread in a certain sequence. This should be indicated in the instructions on the serger.
Set the tensions back to normal ( 4 - 6), lower the presser foot and run a length of stitching to see if the threads are knitted together as they should before you start serging your project.
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
This video starts off a little ****, but expected if you have ever visited the Threadbanger site - http://www.metacafe.com/watch/1462325/how_to_use_a_serger_indie_pendent_designer_spotlight_thread_he/ Not your brand, but the same "serger basics". Lift the antenna to it's highest position. Set the tensions to zero. Have the presser foot up when threading. Raise the upper looper to it's highest position. Sergers are great little machines, but they can be nerve racking when it comes to threading. After years of threatening my old FunLock, I bought a Babylock Imagine with air-jet threading - what a relief!
Posted on Mar 12, 2010
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SOURCE: JUKI MO 134 SERGER
How to Thread Juki MO-134 Serger from watching lady at Lyles. Turn upper blade up. Push in first then turn up.It makes threading easier. Blue Thread upper looper first. Pull thread through tension knob. Don'tjust lay it there. (She thought that is what I must have done) Orange Thread lower looper next. Pull thread through tension knob as inthreading upper looper. Adjust lower looper so it is right nextto upper looper so that their points are almost together and directly belowsewing needles. Lower looper will be in front of upper looper (I believe). With tread from upper looper pulledback, slightly lift lower looper above upper looper and thread. I think this isright. Pull thread back with other thread. Tension is the key. Remember that. Yellow: Thread left needle first.Remember tension. Pull thread through curled wire on left side of needle arm. Green: Thread right needle. Rememberabout tension. Pull thread through curled wire on right side of needle arm. b> Note: Before sewing turn the wheel tomake sure the stitches are going together correctly.
Posted on Nov 18, 2010
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