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Janometroubleshooting Hello, I am in the middle of a project and the machine will sew a few stitches and then the machine stops and the needle shudders when I try to continue. I cleaned under the bobbin case as per the manual with no change. I checked the threading of the machine and the needle and everything seems fine there. Can you suggest anything as I need to complete this project as soon as possible. Thanks, Marie

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If you took the bobbin case out to clean, make sure you put it back correctly. This is very easy to not put back correctly, also make sure the bobbin is wound correctly. Sometimes, I use air spray like for computer cleaning and use it in the bobbin area and threading area. All you need is a little spec of dust to throw it off.

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