Question about Janome Sewing Machines
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I will quit being lazy and find my manuel today...... i thought I could save time and look online. No such luck. If you have an email address I will send of fax or mail to you. I feel bad for everyone looking for it. So I will check in a few days to see if you still need it.
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
you really must get a manual for this machine.
You can find manuals online for a small price.
At one time some sites had them for free, but I haven't been able to find many recently. sewusa.com has some older ones for free. but not many. you could try the kenmore site as well, if not I'd try to search on dogpile.com (sewing machine manuals)
Just so you know, your manual is the MOST important tool for any sewing machine, and its worth a couple of bucks to get it.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
Place the origin bobbin thread so the thread is coming up (clockwise) extend to the thread tention, to the top thread holder, then down through the arm and then through the bottom thread holder, through the square thread guide above the needle, then through the needle, front to back. Check out a picture on ebay or amazon. That could help you visualize it.
If you are having trouble with the thread breaking, try changing the thread on the bobbins. The thread that comes with the machine is poor quality and jams & breaks. If you still have trouble, and might suspect the needle is dull or bent. Change it, it makes a difference. I had the thread problem with the machine right out of the box. Changed it and it works great!
Posted on May 22, 2010
I also have a New Home 110. Thread through the small metal loop on the top right of the machine. Bring thread down the left side of the tension aread and back up to the take up aarm and then down the right side of the take up arm. Through the small thread guides & then thread the needle front to back.
Posted on Oct 23, 2011
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