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Janome MyLock 204D Serger By The Each
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The MyLock 204D gives you a wide range of serging features in a compact machine. Its sturdy design and precise Janome stitch mechanism ensures beautiful 3/4 thread operation. And the fact that it doesn't take up much space makes it an easy fit for your sewing room. Features:
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As far as the re-threading complaints.... I've NEVER found any overlock fun to thread, domestic or industrial. They are all a bear! Be very sure you are using the correct needle! If you find the machine skipping stitches and/or your upper looper thread (the one running back and forth under the plate) breaking a lot, the problem is probably from using a needle that is not quite right. The machine is very picky about making sure it gets its preferred needle!
Using this machine, however, is an exercise in frustration. The bottom thread breaks repeatedly, seemingly for no reason, and it takes MORE than a dozen times rethreading the exact same way to get it to NOT break again, and then it will just break again ten minutes later anyway, also for no known reason.
I am someone who keeps my sewing machine manuals close for troubleshooting, I oil when it calls for oiling regularly, I change the needles, I take care of my equipment. I cannot see a reason for this breakage to continually occur. I've read the manual to exhaustion, I am doing something as simple as serging a washcloth and it breaks, again and again.
When it DOES work, it works, but really, for the amount of frustration this darn machine has caused me, I REALLY would have done better to spend the extra money to get a better one. It isn't worth the time it takes and the constant frustration and the cursing to get the darn thing to work with any kind of consistency.
As I said, I've had this machine for years, and when I first bought it, I thought well, as I'm new to sergers, it must be user error. But after so many reads and re-reads of the manual and constant trying of different methods of troubleshooting, I think no, it's just a piece of junk, really. I really really wish I hadn't waster my money on this source of pain and frustration.