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Old 09-04-2011, 04:26 PM
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Najajima 280 LY sowing Machine Manual

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I just bought a Nakajima 280LY sowing machine for my wife when I got it home I found a pin laying under the machine on floor of the van.It is approx 3/16 inch in dia and 3 inches long mach seems to be workin ok ,but it had to of come from some where ..... anyone have any idea ? I need a manual for this machine if anyone can help, I'm ok with a PDF file but my wife wants a printed one thanks everyone for your help in advance. ************************ thanks Duke

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It is against the rules to put your e-mail adddress in the tech forums. There is a private message function if someone wants to contact you.

Nakajima was bought out by Juki. This manual should help you: CLICK HERE

The only place I can think of for a pin like that would be on the knee lift mechanism mounted under the sewing machine table. It is probably an extra part that fell out of the drawer when you moved the machine.
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It is against the rules to put your e-mail adddress in the tech forums. There is a private message function if someone wants to contact you.

Nakajima was bought out by Juki. This manual should help you: CLICK HERE

The only place I can think of for a pin like that would be on the knee lift mechanism mounted under the sewing machine table. It is probably an extra part that fell out of the drawer when you moved the machine.

thanks so much for the reply and the manual ,its a little hard to read but will make it work ,I'll try to print it for her,This didnt have a knee lift and after removing machine from table and laying it down on van floor ,when I went to take it out of van I noticed this pin on floor under machine ? Also Im sorry about my e-mail didnt realize that was a no-no.this site is very much like H.A.M.B hotrodders journal I enjoy that site cause I'm an old hot rodder .I'm an old lead finisher not a sower LOL thanks again sir for your help....Duke
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It is against the rules to put your e-mail adddress in the tech forums. There is a private message function if someone wants to contact you.

Nakajima was bought out by Juki. This manual should help you: CLICK HERE

The only place I can think of for a pin like that would be on the knee lift mechanism mounted under the sewing machine table. It is probably an extra part that fell out of the drawer when you moved the machine.
Also when did Juki buy out Nakajima ? and how old do you think this machine is? ( it says its a 280 LY ) just curious as long as it works for what she wants it really dosent matter thanks again ....Duke
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Juki has owned a majority of Nakajima stock since 1968 according to my internet search. The machine is probably 35 or 40 years old, but so is the machine I use the most, my Consew 226. She'll never wear it out.



After further refelection, you really didn't do anything wrong by posting your e-mail address as long as you weren't advertising or promoting your own company. I pulled the trigger on you a little too quick. ( It's still better to use the private message function.)

Is this the pin you're talking about? it's from a knee lift and is 3" long and 1/4" in diameter.
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The one I found was well oiled (and smooth) and the ends were taperd off on edges If I knew how to take a picture (which I could with my phone ) and send it here I would but I dont know how to get it to this thread.I only know enough about computers to get my self in trouble would have to ask one of my granchildren how to do it LOL thanks Duke
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In any event, if the machine is running fine I'm sure it did not fall off the machine.
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