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Power cord for Janome MC11000 sewing machine

My Janome machine has dual voltage (110 - 240 v) but the power cord supplied with it is only good for 125v (Kawasaki KS-15W 7A 125V). Where can I get a power cord to be used for a 220v outlet?

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  • marxe Jul 21, 2008

    I sent an email to the company in UK but have not received any reply yet. I really hope to be able to
    get one soon.
    Thanks for the contact info!

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Ya u will get tat cord in any electrical shop, but, u pls verify tat, if tat 220v power cord compatable and can be used,

as, when the company has given u tat, 220 v input bt, a 125v power cord, guarently there will be some technical or some reason or purpose....

So knw abt tat and then use 220v power cord

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You can get it from any local electronic shop.

Posted on Jul 18, 2008

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You need to require parts from Janome, Contact them here

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