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Janome magnolia 7318 feed dog feed won't raise

Feed dog feed won't raise back up

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Janome 9000 Feed Dog and On/Off button problems

Manual sliding is not working for me. But I can unscrew the plate and lift the feed dogs with the screwdriver and it seems to run okay (until they drop again - then I still have to lift with the screwdriver

Posted on Aug 26, 2007

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SOURCE: raising feed dogs

I've always been able to get a free PDF downloadable manual from Janome. They are happy to send you a manual for your specific machine via email, and they've always been very helpful to me. Here's a link to them:

http://www.janome.com/index.cfm/ContactUs/Machine_Support

Hope this helps!

Posted on Aug 16, 2008

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SOURCE: Raising and Lowering the feed dog on Janome 4900 MC

These machines are known to have this problem. The feed lift cam has a groove worn in it that won't allow the feed dogs to come back up. It is on the lower shaft and needs to be replaced. You can get the feed dogs back up by taking off the needle plate and lifting them up manually while turning the hand wheel. They should stay up until you drop them again.
Some people will not replace the cam and live with it.
good luck!

Posted on Feb 08, 2009

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SOURCE: Feed Dogs on Janome 1600P

I recently purchased a Janome 1600P-DB and in order to do free motion quilting I had to cover the feed dogs with an index card. I also cut a small section out of the card to allow for the thread and needle to move freely. Standard tape was used.

Posted on Oct 21, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a janome 1600p. how do i drop the feed dog

there is a little metal plate that fits over the feed dogs, this is what I am using

Posted on Dec 26, 2009

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I have a Janome magnolia 7318. when I lower feed dogs to quilt it will not sew circles or feathers well. It pulls bobbin thread up on top in loops.


I've found that when FMQing, I usually need to increase the bobbin tension to keep the bobbin thread down (for this reason, I have a separate bobbin case that has the tension adjusted that is used only for FMQ). You may even need to decrease the top tension if the top thread is "pulling" the bobbin thread up.

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Dropping the Feed Dog
The feed dog can be lowered with the drop-feed lever for sewing on buttons etc.
  • Shift the drop-feed lever to the right to lower the feed dog.
  • Shift the lever to the left to raise the feed dog, it will return to the up position when the machine is started.

NOTE:The feed dog should be in the up position for regular sewing. Turn the handwheel toward you to check if the feed dog comes up after setting the lever in the up position


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Problem with feed dogs


Did you drop them your self? If you did it may need a little more effort to push the button back into place. If they were down when you got the machine then they are not hooked up and the machine needs to be opened to connect them.

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I need instruction manual for Magnolia 7318


Janome Magnolia 7318 (Sewing-Quilting Machine) user manual, guides and product documentations.
http://janome.imvoi.com/sewing-quilting-machine/magnolia-7318.html

Look under available documents and click on "Janome Magnolia 7318 User Manual".
This opens the user manual in PDF format.
You can save the PDF to your local computer to refer to any time without going online.

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My feed dods have droped down how can we ajust them to raise them.


Usually when you slide the knob to drop the feed dogs they drop immediately. But when you switch the knob back to raise the feed dogs, they won't come up until you rotate the handwheel one revolution in the forward direction.

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Raising and Lowering the feed dog on Janome 4900 MC


These machines are known to have this problem. The feed lift cam has a groove worn in it that won't allow the feed dogs to come back up. It is on the lower shaft and needs to be replaced. You can get the feed dogs back up by taking off the needle plate and lifting them up manually while turning the hand wheel. They should stay up until you drop them again.
Some people will not replace the cam and live with it.
good luck!

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