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How do you get side cover of machine off? Janome 4800 mc.

Need to retrieve bobbin winder stop and screw as came loose and it has slipped inside machine.
your help would be appreciated as need to use machine a.s.a.p
thankyou Sylvia.

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Problem fixed...........called in an engineer.

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