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Does your manual have a troble shooting section at the back and if so, what does it indicate for the E2 message?
Have you replaced the foot with the correct one and gone back to a straight stitch setting?
I'd turn it off, remove the needle plate and bobbin, clean everything out, check that there isn't a broken bit of needle anywhere, then reset everything up, turn it back on and try again with the standard foot.
It may be as simple as you didnt get the needle pushed all the way up in the needle bar. Get new package of needles and try a new needle and make *sure* it goes up as far as you can push it. the reason I suggest a new pkg of needles is if one is bad in the pkg, they are probably all bad. If that doesnt fix it then the needle bar timing/height is off and need to be repaired/adjusted by a tech.
Make sure stitch width slider is not set to zero. If not then you either have a bind in the needle bar pivot or an electrical problem (bad stepper motor or bad circuit board). I can't remember if this machine has a twin needle lock out, if so turn it off. Good Luck!