Question about Janome 4623 Mechanical Sewing Machine
If the machine is new from a reputable dealer, they should fix it for free under warrantee.
It sounds like the position of the needle arm swing needs adjusting......my guess is that is off centre and while one side hits the needle plate, the other does not....this is not a serious or difficult problem to fix.
Quick check is to set straight stitch and look at the "centredness" of the needle relative to the foot and presser bar, it will probably look slightly to one side....it may only be a mm or two, but this can be enough.
A quick call to the dealer to explain and you should be sorted. I would not recommend attempting any home remedy on a machine that is in warrantee as it will void the agreement and if something serious goes wrong in the first 12 mths, you will have no recourse.
Posted on Apr 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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