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Janome 9000 will not turn on

Power cord is OK. Both the main switch and the light switch won't power up.
Showing no fuse to check. Not sure of case removal procedure to check switch continuity. Looking for some troubleshooting suggestions short of submitting to the local dealer for repair at current shop rates.

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  • steavensu Nov 05, 2008

    I solved my own problem after calling my local Janome dealer to find out where the fuses were located.
    These steps should help save you a repair bill and down time. This is for the Jamone 9000 only.
    If you can service the inside of your computer than this procedure should be easy.

    1. Unplug both the power and foot speed control cords and carefully lay the machine on its face.

    2. Remove the four large Phillips screws from the bottom assembly and lay the assembly down next to the main unit as the wire leads connecting the bottom assembly are just long enough to allow this.

    Note the black plastic power box held in place by three screws inside the main assembly. Two fuses are located inside this black box. Access to this black power board box is blocked by the metal rod which can't be removed so the side cover must be removed first to gain additional access to the black box.

    3. Three screws attach the side cover. Remove the two small Phillips screws; one at the top of the side cover under the carrying handle and the second at the bottom of the side cover. The third is a 3mm socket head cap screw hidden behind the center vent ribs of the side cover inside a plastic support pillar. A 3mm allen wrench just fits between the vent ribs, Once these three screws are removed care should still be taken to maneuver the side cover to disengage the plastic tabs along the front edge of the cover.

    4. Now you can remove the three screws to dismount the black box but it can't be removed until its three leads are unplugged. These are three 2-wire leads that plug into the black box from its top side. Carefully unplug these leads and the black box can be removed. The power switch assembly can be removed first to facilitate the black box removal.

    5. Remove the two screws attaching the black box cover. Remove the two screws retaining the
    power board inside the black box and you'll find the two fuses on that board. Replace the needed fuse(s) and reverse the procedure for reassembly.

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SOURCE: Janome 9000 willl not work when turned on

My Janome 9000 has always done that. I can prevent it by raising the needle when I first start the machine, getting it to sew quickly or raising the needle and letting the machine sit for a few minutes. I think my computer wants to warm up a minute. As you can see I.m not a technical person but it works for me.

Posted on Jan 08, 2008

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On the bottom of the machine is the base plate, remove it. You will see a black box (the transformer) that needs to be dismantled. Once inside you will see 2 fuses, one will be blown.
Replace the blown fuse, do not remove both fuses at the same time and get them confused.I bought replacements at Radio Shack. Good Luck

Posted on Feb 03, 2008

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SOURCE: My Janome 9000 also quit a few months ago, took it

Your fuse is blowing because there is a bind in the machine. Did they service the machine when they replaced the fuse? If yes, it should be under warranty. Best guess is that it is tight from lack of lubrication, usually at the bushing nearest the hand wheel.
sewman7

Posted on May 13, 2009

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I'll bet it's the fuse. I had the same problem about a year ago.

Posted on Mar 11, 2010

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