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Thread: Janome Memory Craft 10000

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    Super Member PegD's Avatar
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    Is there a way to shut off the low bobbin indicator? Even when the bobbin is half full, it stops and I have to reset. Not a big deal, more annoying than anything.

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    Have you cleaned out around the bobbin area and the feed dogs. When mine gets linty it will beep like I have a low bobbin.

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    I don't know. I have a Pfaff that alerts too long before the empty bobbin, and it is a pain.

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    I have the MC 10001, if they are the same machine or similar and you have your instruction manual, look at page 28. Otherwise, under the ordinary sewing screen, you can adjust the remaining bobbin thread sensor from 0 to 4, whichever you prefer. Hope this helps.

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    No, I haven't, but I will give that a try. Thank you.
    Quote Originally Posted by athomenow
    Have you cleaned out around the bobbin area and the feed dogs. When mine gets linty it will beep like I have a low bobbin.

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    I read that, but I don't understand what the numbers mean. 0 or 4 and it beeps sooner when there is still alot of thread?
    Quote Originally Posted by prairie_girl
    I have the MC 10001, if they are the same machine or similar and you have your instruction manual, look at page 28. Otherwise, under the ordinary sewing screen, you can adjust the remaining bobbin thread sensor from 0 to 4, whichever you prefer. Hope this helps.

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