Question about Janome Sewing Machines
The Janome 6019QC has the reverse stitch button to the right of the threading path below the thread tension dial. The thread tension dial is under the top cover but the two points help triangulate the button. The reverse stitch button is shown as item 27 on the first illustration of the parts of the sewing machine in the manual (page 2 of the manual, page 4 of the PDF). Janome has the manual on the retired machine page: https://www.janome.com/support/retired-machine-manuals/ . The manual is in the right-hand column under the Other Machines heading. The current link to the manual is https://www.janome.com/siteassets/support/manuals/retired/other-models/inst-book-6019qc.pdf .
I hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 21, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Right, now I've figured this out :)
Put your button in the holder on the foot - fiddle about with it enough and I'm sure you'll work out how, one bit slides open and then you can close it again to hold the button.
Then fit the foot to the machine - the piece with the button in goes at the back.
Select 2 on the stitch selector, 4.5 on the stitch width and buttonhole on the stitch length.
Using scraps make up a piece of fabric with the same number and construction of layers as your finished garment and do a practice run or three.
You can set the actual feed length using the -.+ control (beside the feed release switch at the front, below the sewing table).
Between button holes you need to reset by turning the stitch selector wheel slightly until you hear a click.
Once you're happy with the method, think you have the settings as you want them and feel you have done enough practice try it for real on the garment.
Note: the button holes come out a bit long - just don't cut down the whole length or you may need to hand sew them tighter.
Posted on May 01, 2009
SOURCE: how do i change the
On most sewing machines the light bulb is located inside the faceplate on the left hand side of your machine.
The faceplate is part number 17 in this manual.
One that has been removed, the bulb should be visible. You will need to look at the old bulb to see if it a screw type or a bayonet type, in order to replace it with a new one.
If this is not correct try the Janome website for advice, they have a forum and an ask Jan section for problems etc.
I hope this is helpful to you!
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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