Happy 4th to you all! Hope you all are having a fun day bar-b-que-ing!
On a non-holiday specific topic, I wanted to give a big shout out to Fulvia, who kindly helped me solve my sewing machine problem.
This hint is for all you Janome 6500 users who may be frustrated by a shifting bobbin case- which then stops the machine cold when the needle goes thru the plastic bobbin case. Not good.
Fulvia sent me a link to Melody’s blog where she illustrated a fix. In the spirit of helping someone else, I will show you how to fix the problem:
Here is a picture of the exposed Janome 6500 bobbin case, with the red dots all lined up nicely. Notice the location of the screw- which adjusts the metal spring so that the bobbin case does not shift counter clockwise and jam your machine:
Don’t be afraid… just simply adust it into place by turning the screw. Nothing will happen, trust me! Just tighten it enough to acheive the goal of keeping the bobbin case from shifting pass the spring. That is all you need to do.
Viola! It solved my problem! Thank you to Fulvia!!
Happy day to you all!