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Janome 1 Step - model 2319S. How to replace Floating bobbin holder etc. also do you have a maual for this model?

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Yes, fixed the problem this time - how, just fumbled around until it stayed put.

I find that I need Visual aids as well as the written word.

Since this was a 'cheapie' Model the 1 step, I guess there's no specific manual for it.

Many thanks for your time and effort - I know who to go to if I have other problems, thanks again.


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Posted on Jan 27, 2009

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