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Janome 9000 When I turn on machine, screen says raise presser foot and needle and turn machine on. It is already on! What do I do? Can't get past this

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Did you raise the presser foot and needle?

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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.

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Does the presser foot move at all when the machine is first turned on?
Do the needle and feed teeth calibrate when the machine is first turned on?
You probably need to locate your nearest authorized repair center.

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This machine needs to visit an authorized Janome technician.
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SOURCE: says raise pressure foot and needle bar

check youre screen you will see an icon of needle you have got it in the down mode touch it it will raise it next time you sew it will be raised this is an option to have needle in fabric or raised on completion of sewing this is in your manual.
hope this helps mary h

Posted on Dec 23, 2008

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My moms does the same. One way we got around it was to hold the presser foot all the way up and click the ok button on the screen. The other thing we did would be to hold the presser foot up all the way while turning the machine on while the embroidery unit was already attached. When I say raise the presser foot all the way up, I am talking about raising it up as if you were placing something really large under the foot, not just in the resting up position. Hope this helps - it is very frustrating! My sister has the same exact machine purchased at the same time as my moms, but she doesn't have this problem.

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I need instuctions on using different presser foot for ja nome schoolmate


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Fpr the Janome Schoolmate S-3015, make sure that the needle is fully up and raise the presser foot. Then press the red button on the back of the presser foot holder to have that foot drop off. Set the pressure dial to 3 before attaching the new presser foot. For snap-on feet, align the pin of the presser foot (the horizontal bar in the middle of the foot) under the presser foot holder. Lower the presser foot holder (using the presser foot height lever) until it locks onto the foot.

For the zipper foot, you need to fit the rear pin on the foot into groove at the back of the presser foot holder. Then lower the presser foot holder onto the zipper foot.

These are shown on page 11 (14 of the PDF) of the manual. You can download the manual here: http://janome.com/en/machines/sewing/schoolmate-s-3015/ . The direct link to the manual is http://janome.com/siteassets/support/manuals/school-models/schoolmate3015.pdf .

For the S-7330, you need to again raise the needle and the presser foot. Press the lever towards (it moves slightly up, not down) the presser foot holder. Then line up the pin on the foot under the presser foot holder and lower the presser foot holder onto the foot so that it locks. This is also in that sewing machine's manual, here: http://janome.com/siteassets/support/manuals/school-models/inst-book-s-7330esf.pdf . See page 14 (18 of the PDF).

I hope this helps.

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When I turn my Janome mc 9000 the screen says raise presser foot and needle bar and switch it off and back on. I did this several times and it still says same thing.


Almost defiantly a sensor issue. These are not easy machines to work on due to their hi-tech design. Clean and inspect as much of the mechanism as you can as some cotton or fluff may be obstructing a sensor or switch. This may stop the machine from calibrating.
Below is a link to a PDF of janome error diagnosis. It is a bit complicated but one of these steps may solve your issue or offer a solution.

https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&ved=0ahUKEwj1mtPo-fLNAhXqDMAKHfgCBYAQFgglMAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.janomeservicevideos.com%2Fwordpress%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2015%2F02%2FError-Codes.pdf&usg=AFQjCNHyJmEhmZ9Avh-lSL4Y0vVHEYM1yg&cad=rja

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check youre screen you will see an icon of needle you have got it in the down mode touch it it will raise it next time you sew it will be raised this is an option to have needle in fabric or raised on completion of sewing this is in your manual.
hope this helps mary h

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