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I have a Janome MC11000 Embroidery Machine. It is only 4 months. I am having a constant thread breakage problem.

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Honestly if it has always done this and it's only 4 months i would return it.
they are expensive machines so don't waste your money return it

Posted on Jan 21, 2009

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