Question about Janome Sewing Machines
Is there any way I can reset the control circuit. Turned my Janome upside down to remove panel to get loose object out of machine. When turned back right side up got the E1 message. Anyone out there know what I can do myself?
This is an old question, but for anyone still looking for an answer, an E1 error on a Janome 6600p is indicative of a blown fuse on the main circuit board. It would be best to take your machine to a reputable sewing machine repair shop in your area. There is not a way to reset the machine without replacing the two fuses on the back of the main circuit board on the front side of the machine. If you choose to do this repair yourself, I would HIGHLY recommend getting your fuses from a janome dealer that can give you and exact replacement.
Posted on May 14, 2014
Look in the absolutely free on screen manual for this model MC6600 by typing web site address into your browser: http://content.janome.com You can download free PDF or just browse the manual contents. hope this helps. Jimmy
Posted on Apr 06, 2012
Direct from the Janome workbook E3 error relates to:
"Stepping motor for tension release (MC6500P & MC6600P only)"
Ensure there is no lint or thread trapped between the discs of the top tension unit.........try "flossing" where thread goes down thru tension unit with a scrap of clean fabric.
It may also be the mechanism that releases tension when the presser foot is raised....it is a sensor and may be out of alignment...not really an easy home fix.
Let me know how you get on, just remind me of the issue as I respond to many. Bargain Box
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
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