I have been using my machine quit-a-bit lately and the last time I used it was on Thursday, Jan 8th. I used it in its sewing capacity, not embroidery. I turnned on the machine today and it is making an unusual noise,. It tells me that they has been an error and to turn the machine off and back on again. I did this several times and I still get the same message. There are some letters in the bottom lefthand corner, tg/pm, I don't know what that is, I thought it might be an error number. Does anyone have any suggestions as to what might be happening, The carriage does not move, the needle doesn't move, nothing happens.
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The Babylock Esante ESE1 and ESE2 hoops are not compatible with the Esante ESI1 or ESI2 hoops. The Babylock ESI1/2 used the same hoops as the Brother PC7000 and PC7500. The ESE1/2 use the hoops that are compatible with the Brother PC6500 and PE700 series embroidery machines.
I wish that I had better news for you. This site has hoops for sale for both the ESI1 and the ESE1: http://www.allbrands.com/categories/871 . If you need hoops for either machine, use the compatibility data on each machine type to help you find more vendors that may have the embroidery hoops.
1. Hopefully the motor belt came off in transit (I have seen this several times), this is easy to fix after you remove the covers. Unfortunately the covers are not easy to remove. But if you can then just put the belt back on.
2. If the hand wheel is stiff then it is a jam or bind. Jams are always in the hook area, binds can be in several different parts which only a technician can help.
You need to make sure that the embroidery arm is able to move freely be sure that it has no obstructions like a wall behind your sewing table or fabric that may be stacked nearby. If all is clear you probably have thread wrapped somewhere inside the embroidery unit it only take a little bit to jam up the works. You can try to take off the cover by flipping the unit over and removing the screws to the embroidery arm. I would take it to the shop where you bought it they should be able to help you for free if it is new. If you have the original packaging you can send the machine to Steve's at www.stevessewandvac.com just send them an email they can help.