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Janome 9000 won't turn on

I broke a needle earlier and the thread jammed. I turned the power to the machine off and now neither the light nor the power will turn back on. I have taken it apart and made sure that all of the thread and needle were removed from the bobbin area. Any idea on how to fix this??

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  • amandajmccoy Jan 24, 2009

    Thank you...I did try all of those things. I am thinking it is probably a fuse so I am going to that now.

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The machine does not run.
1 A thread is caught in the hook race.
2 The control circuit is not working correctly. Turn the switch off and
turn it on again.
3 The machine is not connected to the power supply.
(I know duhh...but maybe your plug into the machine itself was loosened during your repairs.

Go to Janome.com and ask the professional Ask Jan, if none of these solutions work.
Hope this helps

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

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