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Sewing club member starting sewing with a metal bobbin.

Our club owns Janome computerized machines and one of our members sat down and started sewing with a metal bobbin used in mechanical Kenmore machines. The machine died and yielded the Stop of Safety message. Does a certain problem occur when a metal bobbin is used by mistake?

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Can't say for sure but besides prefrance, I have never seen a differance between metal or plastic in Janome or Elna.

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