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I was filling the bobbin but the thread went under the bobbin and now I can't sew. Is there a way to get underneath to unwind the thread from around the post?

I have a Janome mc8200 rcp.

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The cover over the feed dogs flips up or has a tiny screw which will allow you to reach it from the top with a tweezers or toothpick. Or a fine pointed scissors should allow you to snip the thread around the post until you can pull it off in small increments.

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