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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Retaining clip?
You may have a clip that is not seating properly in the groove. Try to push the clip into the groove, work your way around the splines. You are just checking to see that it does not stick anywhere in the groove keeping it from compressing. If you replaced the clip yourself it may be spread too far open causing it to hang on the edge of the gear in the transaxle. If so remove the clip and compress it with a pair of pliers so that it is now smaller than the inside of the groove. If these are not helpful, ensure that none of the splines on the shaft or inside the trans are damaged. You may end up replacing the retaining ring it is flattened or distorted. Try applying a bit of bearing grease on the ring to persuade it. Sometimes you will have to use a rubber mallet on the outer end of the axle shaft to get the ring to go into the trans.
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
SOURCE: Janome 1600P The stitching on
Hello: To correct loose stitches, try the following: (1) Balance the thread tension. If the stitches are loose on top of the fabric, decrease the tension to the next lower number. If they are loose on the underside set the tension to the next higher number. (2) Make sure the needle/upper thread follows the threading path. (3) Check to see that the bobbin case is threaded properly. (4) Use a different size needle. For fine fabrics, use a smaller needle (size 9, 11); medium-weight fabrics require a size 14 or 16. And use a size 18 or "Denim" needle for heavy corduroy or denim. Fix Ya Support Please rate 4 thumbs up and leave feedback.
Posted on Aug 27, 2011
SOURCE: janome problem
The hook is placed in. Now, there is a bracket that goes in front of it. This bracket is locked by turning little knobs on each side. Now you can push the bobbin holder in firmly with the little handle pointed up. If you don't push hard enough it will fall out.
Posted on Jul 02, 2014
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