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Janome Sewing machine - spring fell off

Please help!My 2 year old son took it off and I cannot get the thing back on.It is in the little door on the left side. I see where it came from. Also, does this have anything to do with the thread getting too tight in the thread tension ( the step where you wind it down into the machine front). I have never been able to get past this problem. Help!!! It is the Janome 4618 le model.

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I had to take it in to get fixed because I needed it for my Christmas sewing projects. The owner tried jacking up the price on everything. I am not bringing it back there anymore.
I'll post back when the dumb machine conls out again!
Thanks!

Posted on Feb 17, 2008

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Can you post a photo of this so we can ident the actual spring and etc, if it is the check spring, it certainly will affect thread tension.

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www.bargainbox.com.au and I'll see what we can do to help if it is not too late so many months after the original plea.

Posted on Feb 17, 2008

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