Question about Janome 7034D Sewing Machine
Is the motor size in the Janome serger model 7034d (Magnolia) the same as in the Janome serger 634d? I have been told it is not. Could you advise the power difference?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The broken pins are called chaining pins and are tricky for the home user to replace without risking damage to the needle plate as they are difficult to remove and the tiny burr used to hold them firm can easily open up and no longer grip the pin.
There are only a couple of things under the needleplate that are likely to collide with the needles. 1. Lower looper - with the needles 2. Both Loopers colliding with each other - not with the needles 3. Needle guards attached to lower looper - with the needles 4. Fixed Needle guard - with the needles
If you remove the needleplate and VERY gently turn the handwheel you should be able to see and feel where the collision is occuring and have a better idea of the issue.
I would strongly advise that you do not try to operate the machine until you are sure that the colliding components are adjusted. Broken loopers are approx $65 AUD and guards, tho' only about $20 AUD require some finesse in adjustment. Chain Pins approx $6 AUD
My recommendation is to speak with your local Janome dealer for advice and an approximate price to repair, replace or adjust as the case may be.
Your country's Janome website is certain to have a Dealer Locator page to list the nearest to you.
This is one occasion where it is sensible to call on the people who do these things routinely rather than try to DIY and make a more expensive hash of it.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
If you want the bottom of the T to look like RTW with the double row of stitching, you cannot do this on a serger.
You can achieve the effect by using a twin needle, two spools of thread, bobbin and a straight stitch.
Make sure the double/twin needle will pass through the presser foot and opening in the needle plate below the presser foot.
Practice on a double layer of a scrap of the T shirt material as the tension may need to be slightly looser than the normal setting.
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
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if the handwheel won't turn, i'd double check nothing is still stuck. also, make sure you didn't half disengage the blade as they have several positions ( so you can disengage it for rolled hem etc) If you can't find anything I'm sorry to say something may have been damaged when the fabric got caught.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
Are the cloth plate and front looper covers fully closed? some machines have safety cutout on these for obvious reasons.
Check this firstly.
Can you hear the engine humming?
If yes, but no movement when you press the foot pedal, then it is possible that a gear inside the main drive area has failed. Try manually turning the flywheel towards you, if there is no movement from the loopers and needles then this is likely.
Take it to the dealer.
Posted on May 24, 2011
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