They had the power and precision to stitch through multiple quilt layers, an extra high presser foot lift to accommodate fabric and thick batting, and lots of quilting stitches. Maximum Quilting With Computerized Power The QC was the top-of-the-line model with computerized sewing and 60 stitches, including 6 types of buttonholes, with a maximum zigzag width of 7mm. And 3 levels of foot pressure adjustment. The machine looked different from any previous Janome because of the ergonomically designed work table. It sloped gently at the front to make it easier to feed fabric. And the LED display made it easy to quickly select stitches and modify their width and length.

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Page Needle Bar Height Mechanical adjustment Needle Bar Height When the tip of the hook meets the left side of the needle in ascending travel of the needle from its left and lowest position, the distance between the top of the needle eye and the tip of the hook should be in the range of 1.

Page Needle Timing To Hook Mechanical adjustment Needle Timing to Hook When the hook point meets with the right side of the needle, the height of needle point from its lowest and left most position should be 3. Adjustment procedure: 1. Remove the needle plate A and bobbin holder B.

And, the gears should turn smoothly. Pry out the threader plate holder with a screwdriver while pushing up and holding the threader knob See fig.

Align the groove on the new threader plate holder with the pin B on the threader shaft. Push the threader plate holder C up until it snaps in place. Turn off the power switch. Move the bobbin winder spindle to the left. Raise the feed dog. Set the speed control lever to the left.

Remove the presser foot and raise the presser foot lifter. Page 23 Step and items Procedure Correct Condition Defective Condition to check Turn on the power switch while Beep sounds when the Does not enter self-diagnostic simultaneously pressing the button is pressed. Remove the rear cover see page 9. Remove the 3 setscrews A and unplug the connectors from the A-board.

Remove the 6 setscrews B and 2 setscrews C then remove the board supporter and function button frame. Page Connector Diagram Connector Diagram Machine socket connector primary Transformer connector primary DC motor connector Transformer connector secondary BH sensor connector Lamp connector F-board connector Slide volume Bobbin winder switch connector Upper shaft sensor connector Machine socket connector secondary Zigzag motor connector Feed motor connector Slide volume F-board connector Bobbin winder switch connector Remove the front cover see page 8.

Remove the board supporter see page 23 and unplug the machine socket connectors both primary and secondary. Remove the 2 setscrews A and remove the machine socket.

To attach: 4. Page Replacing Transformer Replacing Transformer o remove: 1. Remove the board suppoerter see page 23 and unplug the transformer connectors both primary and secondary. Remove the 2 setscrews A and remove the transformer. Remove the top cover see page Remove the front cover See page 8. Remove the board supporter see page 23 and unplug the DC motor connector. Remove the 2 setscrews A and replace the DC motor. Unplug the slide volume connector.

Remove the 6 CS rings and replace the slide volume. Replacing the F-board To remove: 1. Unplug the zigzag motor connector. Remove the 2 setscrews A and replace zigzag motor. Follow the above procedure in reverse.

Note: After replacement, check the needle drop position and adjust it if necessary see page Unplug the feed motor connector. Remove the 2 setscrews A and replace feed motor. Setscrew A Feed motor Setscrew A.


Janome 6260QC Instruction Manual

It is lightweight, so if you decide you want to carry it to class, you can. The owner of this particular machine, however, said this is her very favorite machine and said she refuses to take it anywhere unless absolutely necessary. It is also very user friendly. Despite this fact, I do not recommend that children use the Janome QC , but I believe a teen or adult who is learning to sew would be quite comfortable with it.


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Page 8: Function Keys And Buttons The machine will stop with the needle up or down, depending on its position before starting. When you turn off the machine and turn it on again, the machine will stop with the needle in up position. Foot pressure control dial Setting mark www. Page Changing The Presser Foot Hole on the holder Threaded hole To attach: Align the hole in the foot holder with the threaded hole on the presser bar and insert the setscrew through the hole. Tighten the setscrew by turning it clockwise.

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