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I have an old Janome sewing machine and when I plug it in at the power point and turn it on it sews without putting your foot on the pedal Can you help

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I have to same problem as tony

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I have lost my sewing machine bobbin case


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Can't do much sewing without a bobbin case!

I've had a difficult time finding information on your particular model. The best website I could find has pictures of the few different styles of bobbin case in Janome machines. I think if you look at the pics, you'ld be able to pick out the one for you.  Here's the website: http://sewingstyle.com/Janome-Sewing-Bobbin-Cases.html

I hope this helps. If it does, please place a vote or comment for me. Thanks,

Handie Andie

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or find out the people who sell the same product in second hand.

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hi sharon the quickest easiest way for you would be to go to this page and contact jerome australia directly to assist you. http://www.janome.com.au/contact_janome.php
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as a side note my aussie wife uses the expression 'ta"... love it

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