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Check your feed dog to see if it's in the correct position

Posted on Sep 27, 2010

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Is your machine mechanical? If so, sounds like the feed dogs are stuck in the lowered position. Needs good cleaning and oiling.

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depending on the brand of sewing machine you have, make sure it's not in the darn mode,, make sure the presser foot is against the fabric so the feed dogs can pull it thru,,if the presser foot is against the fabric correctly then the feed dogs may need to be check to see if they need a adjustment or replacing

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what is the name of the machine?
do you want a manual?
the feed dogs are what move the fabric thru the machine, the presser foot only hold the fabric against the feed dogs so the feed dogs can move the fabric
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Are the feed dogs engaged? Janomes usually have a feed dog sliding switch, either on the back of the sewing machine at the bottom, or behind the accessory case. Be sure the check it out. Hope this helps!

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