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I need a replacement Foot F No 822804004 for my memory craft MC4000

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Try ebay as people often sell their spare feet when they upgrade

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Will a memory craft 4000 work without a foot pedal


Most machines require some sort of foot or knee pedal. There are, of course, treadle machines that you actually "pump" with your feet. There are also hand-crank machines available. Some of the newer machines that have a free motion capability can be set to stitch only when the fabric is moved under the lens, however, that is probably best only for free motion quilting and not for actually stitching seams, etc.

If your machine is lacking the foot pedal, check to see if a replacement can be found. Frequently, a sewing repair shop can either locate a generic or wire one for your machine.

Here's a manual for your machine:
https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=8&ved=0ahUKEwi-uNjQq5PLAhUC6mMKHfDkBDgQFghGMAc&url=http%3A%2F%2Fjanome.com%2Fsiteassets%2Fsupport%2Fmanuals%2Fretired%2Fcomputer%2Finst-book-mc4000.pdf&usg=AFQjCNHXP9z7dWGFaVchzjicsdfYtEBAEA


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Feb 25, 2016 | Janome Memory Craft 4000 Sewing Machine

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Janome Memory Craft 3000 foot control


try these sites
sewingpartsonline.com
premiersewing.com
sew4less.com
sewvacdoctor.com
a1sewingmachines.com
ebay

Apr 25, 2012 | Janome Memory Craft 3000

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I have a memory craft 9000 and it has just started sewing by itself..........HELP what can I do??


When it starts sewing by itself, unplug the foot control. If it stops sewing, then the problem is in the foot control.

May 03, 2011 | Janome Memory Craft 9000 Computerized...

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Can't figure out automatic buttonhole use on MC4000


2 things must do:
You have to use the buttonhole foot.
You have to pull down the lever to the lowest position (just left of needle bar/ presser bar up in machine.)
Set to buttonhole. After each buttonhole, be sure to change off the buttonhole then reset to buttonhole to reset the buttonhole to the beginning

Mar 15, 2009 | Janome Memory Craft 4000 Sewing Machine

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I need to replace the metal bar that snaps onto the presser foot.


If you go to the Janome website of your home country they will have a dealer locator page where you can find your nearest dealer.
Explain the problem and they will be able to order the replacement part for you.
You may find that parts availability at this time of year will be restricted as many businesses and suppliers close for several weeks.

Dec 26, 2008 | Janome Memory Craft 9000 Computerized...

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Quilting on Janome MC 4000


I have a MC4000 and a manual. To raise or drop the feed dog, remove the accessory box and feel at the back of the free arm there is a lever that will slide left or right to raise or lower the feed dog. I am not a quilter, but the manual says to use foot A (zigzag foot) and accessory L (quilter) which appears to be a guide. Cheers, Deb, Townsville, Australia

Aug 16, 2008 | Janome Memory Craft 4000 Sewing Machine

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Stops sewing


Sounds like the motor is stressing and a cut-off is operating to protect from overheating........ensure the bobbin area under the needle plate is clean and clear of lint, and that there is no thread jammed around in this area, also at the take-up arm and the cams at the far left of the upper shaftnear the needlearm.........if there is thread wrapped around anything, unwind it VERY CAREFULLY .....DO NOT pull and break it, be patient and move the handwheel gently in reverse while gripping the trapped thread, working it free slowly.

Of course it may be that the motor is old and needing a replacement, but as this machine is quite elderly and may have other complicating issues, you would be best to have someone take a look at it for the best decision of fix or replace, if it comes to that point.

May 13, 2008 | Janome Memory Craft 4000 Sewing Machine

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Replacing light bulb on mc4000


takes a special bulb which costs around $10 U.S. Easy to change Just pull out and reinsert in proper position.
Sewman7

Apr 28, 2008 | Janome Memory Craft 4000 Sewing Machine

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How to put on presser foot "p" to embroider


Not shure you can embroider on an MC4000, i think this is only a sewingmachine.

But to change presser fot:

If it a "snap on" foot, when foot lifted, press the "button" on the back of the needle bar (on the bottom) this would release the presser foot.

If is a large foot, you have to unscrew the screw on the left side of the needlebar, and change the whole foot.

Jun 21, 2007 | Janome Memory Craft 4000 Sewing Machine

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