Question about Janome Sewing Machines
I'm having trouble with my overlocker, and so am doing a light service, problem is, I've mislaid my manual, and am wondering where the oiling positions are. (I use the o/l regularly, but can't remember the last time I oiled it....) Thanks!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: MyLock 134D coverstitch?
While the ML134D is a very good entry level overlocker/serger, for coverstitch you will need a different or dedicated machine.
Janome has recently introduced a new model that is a combined Professional Coverstitch/Overlocker it is model 1200 D (Link) and is truly amazing in the diversity of stitch options
Their other coverstitch only machines are the CoverPro 900 & 1000 www.bargainbox.com.au
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
SOURCE: overlocker janome 304D
The easiest way to remember them is to observe the machine while you turn the handwheel and see. If it rubs put a drop of oil on it.This means on the end of each shaft, on parts which slide; any place which has a friction point. NOT on the knife blades.
Posted on May 19, 2008
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