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Janome Memor Craft 10001 bobbin tension

The bobbin tension is too loose and I can't fix it by changing the needle tension. Any ideas? Thanks so much.

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Hi,

There is an adjustment on the side of the black bobbin case.

Remove the needle plate, to gain access to the case. Lift it out, noting how it is positioned! On the side of it , there are two screws, one is the adjustment screw - its the one that sits out more. To increase tension, turn it clockwise 1/8th of a turn, reassemble and test sew. (make sure the top thread tension is back to where it should be). Repeat if required. DO NOT adjust too much at a time!

Good luck

Posted on Oct 22, 2007

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