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Bobbin size for Juki Frou Frou HZL-11

I'm trying to locate bobbins for a Juki Frou Frou HZ-11. Does anyone know what size they are? They are smaller than the average bobbins on sale.



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Manual Guide for Juki Frou Frou HZL-11


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