Question about Kenmore 19365 Computerized Sewing Machine
Im not sure what the tension should be for a Janome RX 18S sewing machine can you please help with this. I used the machine yesterday and it was fine but today its very lopping
Hi, you shouldn't need to change the tension on your machine. But it's always a good idea to make sure it is set correctly. Look in your manual for the recommended tension setting, and make sure that is where your tension is set. If you don't have a manual, the default tension setting for most machines is between 4 and 6.
If you are suddenly getting loops when you sew your seams, it is usually caused by one of three simple problems. The most common is that your machine is not threaded properly.
But, when your sewing machine suddenly goes "wonky" - try these step
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