Question about Janome Sewing Machines
Sounds like it is getting too hot if it is OK after unplugging. Is something stuck in your foot pedal? Give it a clean and hoover as dust and threads can get stuck there. Good luck
Posted on Apr 30, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
after i looked over the machines thred routing i found a pice of thred jamed in under the top clear plastic panel i took thihs panel off and removed the thred ,cleaned in there put it back togather and it now works fine just what i found hope it works for others
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
There is a thing called a suppressor which is normally located in the foot control which has fused, you need to open the foot control and you should see a a small thing that looks liuke a fuse connected to the two terminals which you need to take out and discard because you don't need it any more, if you don't have on in the control then it will be on the motor which means you will have to take it in for repair.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
Greetings, I experienced the same problem. Mine only ran a few stitches. Foot pressure on the foot feed was always "tension" problem in my foot.
I turned the foot feed around and upside down.
I press on the foot feed at the open end not the pivot (cord) end. This has given me much better control. Janome had no options for foot feed adjustment or replacement, but this has helped greatly. You may have to practice to get used to it
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
First of all double-check your machine's power cord and make sure it's plugged in firmly on both ends--to the machine's power connection socket and to the wall electrical outlet.
Double-check that the machine is turned on.
Check the thread in the bobbin compartment. Make sure it is not tangled, and remove any tangled threads.
Check the bobbin winder. Make sure the spindle is not in the winding position.
Make sure the handwheel is in the sewing position.
If you have checked all these then the problem is from a sensor on the presser bar assembly that is
causing the machine to keep beeping There is a small flat metal spring that has gone bad and is causing the error.it thinks the presser foot is in the raised position so it keeps beeping
You need an authorized experienced dealer to fix this problem for you.
Posted on Feb 06, 2011
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