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Will cords from janome 8000 fit a janome 8080

Can you tell me if the power cord and/or the foot pedal for a Janome 800 will fit a Janome 8080?
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  • ross_stuff Jan 25, 2009

    No, the answer is not helpful. I asked about 2 cords specifically between a Janome 8000 and a Janome 8080. They either are interchangeable or they aren't.

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Some of the cords are interchangeable and the foot petal are also.

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