Question about Janome 1600P-DB Mechanical Sewing Machine
I don't own a Juki but I know with my
Bernette to always thread in the order shown on the diagram inside the front cover, usually upper looper, lower looper, then the right then left needles. Then raise the pressure foot and draw all four threads under it and out to the left rear of the sewing platform, lower the presser foot, press the foot pedal and hopefully, chain off.
Also check that you are getting the thread into the tension dials correctly, pull downwards and there should be resistance on the thread, if this isn't there at all, then take thread out and try threading around the dial again to seat thread in fully.
Sometimes, walking away, having a cup of tea, then coming back and starting fresh works. Clean and oil it, change needles, rethread from start to finish and hopefully it behaves.
Posted on Oct 12, 2013
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