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Follow manual or the diagram on the machine, no way for someone to explain this with words.

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Thread keeps breaking after a while on my overlocker


I would suggest checking the tension, it may be to tight

I would change the needles

I also would rethread the machine to make sure it's threaded right

if it continues I suggest to have it serviced

Aug 13, 2011 | Janome Harmony 9102D Mechanical Sewing...

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My overlocker keeps snapping the bottom thread. Why?


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lower your top tension down, as it is tighter then your bobbin thread and also tighten your bobbin thread, this is done by the small screw on the bobbin holder, also you can try using the older metal bobbins these are the ones with the small holes around the top and bottom shank, but please make sure that they are the larger size bobbin, and only go very slow at first, try just in sewing mode first or just wind it over by hand.

Aug 01, 2011 | Janome Harmony 9102D Mechanical Sewing...

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..the right needle thread keeps coming out and I


Sounds like you have a tension problem. Have you re-threaded? Check tension discs for bits of broken thread which may cause jamming. The thread must be catching somewhere. Pull it through by hand to see if it is too tight.

Mar 24, 2011 | Janome Harmony 9102D Mechanical Sewing...

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I do not know how to rethread my Janome overlocker


look on you tube as there is a guide video. Once you have it threaded, tie the new thread to the old one and pull it through so you don't have to start again. You can even sew slowly and ease the know through the guides.
overlockers are fussy about start position of tail of thread, so hold it correctly when you start

Aug 10, 2010 | Janome Harmony 9102D Mechanical Sewing...

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My janome harmony 9102D serger I think is out of


i suggest you get a tech to re-time your machine. timing is complex on an overlocker and if not done correctly you will probably break a looper.

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Jul 21, 2009 | Janome Harmony 9102D Mechanical Sewing...

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Overlocker machine janome harmony 9102d


try taking the foot and the plate off and try threading it then get it going without the foot on and see what happens just got mine going

Nov 15, 2008 | Janome Harmony 9102D Mechanical Sewing...

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Lower right thread (green) keeps coming out of its eye!


I am having the same problem with the right (green) thread breaking. I went to the Hancock store where It was purchased and they had the same problem (with their display model) when they tried to show me how to thread it..Help!

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