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When sewing the back of the stick is all gathered / notted / bulk of thread and the thread sometimes gets court around the bobbin. Also the thread the goes through the tension before being threaded into the needle continually breaks off. The machines is a Janome MyStle36, it isn't in the list

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It sounds as if either it is incorrectly threaded, the upper tension is too loose(try no 4)the needle is in the wrong way around(flat side to back if it opens at the front) or that the bobbin area is jammed. Check all of the above and tell me if it helps.

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