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Google (janome)(808A)(manual) without parens OR contact Janome directly to inquire.

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Replace the needle then rethread in order: upper looper, lower looper, right needle, left needle

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What r u trying to sew? Type fabric?. Is the needle old? Is the bobbin old, chipped, dirty, set in backwards?

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I`m confused whether you mean top bobbin or lower bobbin...You can go back to the point where it broke...Brother machines are far more simple when this happens...

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You don't lower the feed dogs on the Janome CM2200. You need the cover plate to cover the feed dogs during free-motion sewing or darning. The cover plate was included in the original accessory kit for the sewing machine. You can get a replacement from many sewing machine parts shops. One source is https://www.sewingpartsonline.com/janome-2200-sewing-machine-parts.aspx?sort.ss_cat_sort=desc&index=1 . The direct link is https://www.sewingpartsonline.com/cover-plate-janome-new-home-825018013.aspx . Some shops sell in a kit with presser feet for free-motion quilting.

I hope this helps.

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Your description made me think you have a tension problem and one review on the website reinforces it - see below.

It works but it takes awhile to get it to!
4 years ago I received the Janome MyLock serger as a gift four years ago. It still runs fine, I haven't had to have it repaired and it still looks brand new, after fairly regular use a few times a month. The main problem I have with it is that I have to fix the tension on at least one of the threads EVERY time I sew with it. It doesn't matter if it's just been sitting covered on my desk, I have to fiddle with the tension every time I sit down to sew. I know that sergers are infamous for being hard to thread, but this one is the hardest one to thread I have ever come across! It's nearly impossible to get one of the threads through without having to stick a needle into the tight space and wiggle the thread through. It also was supposedly "ready to sew" the first time it was used; that was a joke, it took me months to finally have time and learn how to use it and it wasn't threaded right so I had to redo it. When you finally do get it threaded and the tension right, it runs like a champ and does a great even stitch!Less
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Best place to start is the local Janome dealer if you have one in town as they are the authorised dealer. Or search on sewingpartsonline.com, they carry a wide range of items too.

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