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Posted on Oct 09, 2007

Janome 134D Overlocker

Please tell me what settings the differential feed should be set at for normal sewing and what tensions for each thread. Thanks

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Set you differential at 1.0 and your loopers at about 3-4 the needle thread tensions are usually around 5 to 6.
 I would also suggest that you place four different color threads on machine to make it easier to adjust all. Now if you are using only 3 threads the same applies.
 Also------patience.

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