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Bobbin thread won't pick up and tangles up in a mess.

It seems to happen when the bobbin is half full. The machine starts making a clicking sound and a stutter.Then the balled up mess underneath. I took it in for cleaning and told them what was happening but obviously they didn't check it. I have rethreaded the top of the machine, have removed the bobbin and put it back in and have put in a new needle. When the bobbin is full it seems to work fine.

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  • Anonymous Dec 24, 2008

    I can't fix your problem, but I feel for you. I took my machine in- they did not even call and tell me when it was ready. They told me they cleaned and realigned it. Well, if they had cleaned it there would be no lint in the bobbin case. $110 and 10 days later took it back to the shop with thread balling on the under side. Now it is 3 days later and no call and when I do call they act like I am bothering them... Can't wait to get it back hopefully fixed and I am finished with this dealer....
    Hope you got yours fixed...

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Here is the Janome website with many good FAQ.
I had previously read thet the bunching on the bottom of that fabric is caused by the tention on the bottom thrread is not enough . Increase the bobbin tension slightly. You may have to download a manuaol to learn how,if you don;t alrewad have one?  

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