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Juki MO-735 5-Thread Serger & Cover Hem
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- Color-coded threading
- Upper and lower knife
- Produce rolled hems with only the flip of a switch
- Easy looper threading
- Differential feed dial
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The Juki MO-735 Serger gives you the ability to create the latest sophisticated styles, trendy sportswear, stretchy activewear, adorable childrenswear, decorative home fashions and more! With the Juki MO 735 you can expand your sewing capabilities with a wide range of 2/3/4 thread overlock stitch variations. The Juki MO 735 can advance your serging applications to include chainstitch, 5-thread safety stitch as well as function as a Juki coverstitch machine performing a 2 or 3 needle coverstitch.
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I set aside an hour to get to know it, and sought out all of the helpful YouTube videos. Threaded it up, and it was amazing. For four test seams. On the fifth go, the stitching hung for a second, and then the stitches started to look funny. Somehow, a needle from the needle plate got caught and sewed itself right it into the serged seam, bending on the way out. It turns out that those needles are glued in, and none too securely.
I called SewVacDirect and received outstanding customer service. The crazy part is that the whole needle plate had to be replaced -- I couldn't just replace the single needle. SewVacDirect offered to send a UPS label to pick up the machine or send me a new part. I opted for the new part since it was an easy fix, but it was out of stock. I was shipped a new one out about a week later and set down to sew again. I got through a pair of pants and a sleeve for a shirt, and the same thing happened! Talk about frustrating! This time, however, it was the straight needle that came unglued, and it had not bent on the way out. So I decided to get a little creative. I grabbed some epoxy and very, very carefully epoxyed that thing in. Voila! It now works like a charm.
I would say that this is something very minor. Considering it came in an unopened Juki box and I did not pay dealer prices (who would have inspected and serviced it before I took it home), I consider this to be a great buy.