Question about New Home HF-2022
Hi I just bought a Janome XR-VII from an op shop (in Australia) and can't quite figure how to thread it (what looks good doesn't run smooth but builds tension on the thread. The bobbin runs smooth. nothing seems jammed or tight when the needle is not threaded. I can spool up a bobbin ok too.
I don't much about this at all - had my step-mother and sister look at the machine over Christmas. The info above is their summary. I can't find a manual for this online - except maybe from the UK, but with exchange rates it is an expensive way to even find out if the machine is worth keeping.
So... does anyone know the correct way to thread up this model? I'm happy to buy a manual once I know the machine is worth keeping.
South East Queensland, Australia
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Find the threading instructions for your Janome by clicking to this link in my business web site: http://www.sewvac1.com/Janome_632_Threading.pdf
Posted on May 07, 2009
SOURCE: New Home sewing maching, using
1.put new spool of thread on
2.watch the thread on the take up lever,make sure it doesn't come off
3.check the tension disk for loose threads, if there are threads pull out
4.check needle for being bent or blunt --if so replace
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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