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How to put on presser foot "p" to embroider

I have a Janome New Home MC4000. I need to know how to put on the presser fot "P". Thanks

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    Where can I get a basic presser foot

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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.

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