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Date: 2/12/13 3:27 PM

Tell me about 7500?

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Date: 2/12/13 4:39 PM

There are a couple of reviews here.

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Date: 2/12/13 6:38 PM

Well...they're about this big, and weight about this much. Known to be quite friendly, easy to housebreak.

Ok, I dunno nuthin' about the Janome 7500.

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Date: 2/13/13 5:55 AM

The Janome MC7500 came out before the MC8000 so they would be 20+ years old now. It has most of the features of the 8000 but not the machine embroidery.

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Date: 2/13/13 6:03 PM

I just buried my 7500 after over 20 years of hard work. The motor gave out. This is the first repair it needed. It was a great machine and served me well for a long time, first as my primary machine, then as my back up when I upgraded to the MC9000. Lastly it was my class machine and taught lots of youngsters to sew. RIP 7500.

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