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If you have a manual the information should be in it, if you don't have a manual
here is a link for a manual, but it's not free,
if you don't want to buy a manual,, then contact janome customer service and ask them if you can oil the sewing machine yourself or if it's a self oiling sewing machine..

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The zig zag and other stitches does not work. This is on the Bernina 930 which has not been used for several months.

Bet the machine hasn't been thoroughly cleaned and lubed in quite a while. The mechanics have seized due to old, dry oil in the moving parts. Lots of patience, time, good quality lube, and a handheld hairdryer will probably take care of it.

Be sure to move the levers and dials and apply a drop or two of lube there too. The most difficult one to reach is the feed dog dial mechanism. Unfortunately, the feed dogs are not changed very often so it is also one of the most likely to seize.

BEWARE, on your 930, there is a basting stitch mechanism accessible about the midway point of the slit where the take-up lever travels. Do NOT apply lube to this area as it will most likely cause the basting stitch to seize. It has seized when the needle mechanism rises to the top and refuses to lower again, no matter what you try. (Bernina oil diagram below.)

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Ooh, do not use WD-40 or old sewing machine oil. WD40 will work for a short time but turns to gunk quickly and just add to the current problem. The old oil has solidified and turned to glue.

Pick up some liquid Tri-Flow Synthetic Lube (hardware store or bike shop). Apply 1-2 drops every place that metal rubs on metal. Do NOT oil belts, synthetic parts, or tension disks.

Then direct heated air from a handheld hairdryer into the internal mechanism. You may have to repeat alternating lube and heat. If the oil has solidified and seized, this activity should loosen it.

In the future, be sure to keep the machine cleaned and lubed (even when in storage). An overlocker requires more frequent lube since it stitches so much faster than a sewing machine. If you want, you can pick up oil that is especially for sergers--it is usually a lighter weight than regular sewing machine oil.


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Seems you need to clean and lube your machine. remove the top and bottom cover cover open the front cover brush out all lint check bobbin for thread lock and lint. lube all moving metal parts with "non petroleum " light oil. Do not lube plastic parts unless there is apparent fiction. " DO NOT USE PETROLEUM BASED LUBRICANT " as it will dissolve or soften plastic parts!

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This is dependant on the pump which should be running when you switch it on. Alot of times these stop working due to air in the system which greatly reduces the suction of the pump. There is a bleeder screw on top of the filter which will help purge the air out of the system. Many times the air leak is simply a poor seal on the pumps filter basket. There is a large o-ring on that clear cover which seems to stretch and become ill fitting to the ride area of that pump to o-ring and cover. It is highly advisable to use lube on that o-ring as well but not petroleum based lubes (like vasoline or spray lube).Use a plumbers grease or lube provided by pool equp. store designed for o-rings. If your suction is up to par and cleaner still will not function,there is a special diaphram in the unit where debris can get caught inside causing the unit to malfunction. Look inside the suction area of the cleaner and you should be able to see and inspect the white rubber diaphram from there.If you are lucky, you can lube the o-ring and remove debris from the cleaner and resume operation...good luck

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