Question about Janome Memory Craft 9000 Computerized Sewing Machine
Please help! My machine has now blown a fuse 4 times during normal embroidery. Each time I take it to get serviced, it costs $100. The shop hasn't found any cause for this. I can't afford to keep paying for replacement and would like to know if anyone can teach me how to do this myself. I have read that it is difficult, but I am willing to try as I really can't afford to purchase a new machine right now. Thanks for any advice!!
We just found the fuse!! You need several kinds of screwdrivers and loosen the bottom. Then the side piece has one screw that holds it on and we had trouble getting that off but eventually I just held it differently from my husband and it came off so easily. We finally got to the black plastic box that is held on the bottom with two screws and 3 clips of wires. Once we got that loose there were two more covers to take off until we finally found the two fuses! My husband is on his way to Radio Shack now to get a couple 3 amp fuses. It's obviously blown - so we trust this will work once we get all the screws back in the right place!
Posted on Apr 03, 2007
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