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My Janome 8050 bobbin case is jumping out of place. The thread is wrapping around the bobbin case and getting stuck, bunching up, and shutting down my sewing progress. It ties the needle up.

check for the retainer action of the bobbin case to see in there is a part broken off that holds the bobbin in the case or carrier
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Hey David if you are wanting to bypass the thermostat to make the air conditioner come on you would take r which should be red and y which should be yellow,. Tie them together. This gives the outside unit a constant 24volts( call for cool). If it is a heat pump you would also want to take o which mostly is orange and tie them with the red and yellow to energize reversing valve. If not it will be jumped out but be in heat mode. R to w(white) would turn your heat strips on. If your thermostat is bad and you plan on leaving it like this temporarily also take g (green) and tie it to red and yellow. G is your inside fan. Basically r is your 24volts so you tie it to what u want to jump out y= outside unit o/b=reveesingvalve if heat pump g= inside blower w{ inside heat strips. C is common never jump c to r or you will blow a fuse or transformer only reason you would have c at thermostat is so it can run without batteries. Hope this helps

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Upper ball joint? That's not related to the job of replacing a tie rod or tie rod end. It's also not related to the brake job.

It's an '07 and it had a bolt-in ball joint? That's not factory - it's been replaced before.

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