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Janome Embroidery Machines

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Janome Embroidery Machines

2 Frequently Asked Questions On Janome Embroidery Machines:
Q - How often should I change my sewing machine needle?

A - A new needle should be installed in your machine after each project. More frequently if you are sewing metallic fabrics, attaching sequins or performing extensive machine embroidery or embellishments. If you notice that your sewing machine or serger is skipping stitches, a new needle may be all that is required to rectify the problem.


Bent, dull needles, needles that have been install incorrectly or needles that are not suitable for the type of fabric being sewn, may all cause skipping or poorly formed stitches. Remember to use Janome brand needles in your Janome sewing machine or serger. These are easily obtained at most Janome dealerships and come in various sizes and types to suit all different kinds of fabrics and tasks.
Q - What maintenance does my sewing machine require?

A - Janome sewing machines are designed to be virtually maintenance free. However, there are some things that you can do at home to ensure your machine performs at it's best.
First, when not in use, keep your machine protected from dust by keeping it in it's case or cover.
Second, periodically, clean the hook race and feed dog area. This area can become packed with lint and eventually this lint will cause your machine to sound noisy and may cause poor stitch results. The step by step procedure for cleaning the hook race and feed dog of each Janome model is outlined in your instruction manual.
Third, inspect the take up lever and upper thread tension disks for lint and broken thread, this can cause result in poor tension and thread breakage.
Most importantly, have your machine professionally serviced at a Janome authorized repair depot at lease every 2 years or more frequently if you use your machine heavily. Professional, routine servicing, plus your usual after every use cleaning of bobbin area will help ensure many years of trouble free sewing.Find Discount Janome Embroidery Machines Here
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