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Model 7330 janome, error code e2, e1, and 5P ? stopped while threading bobbin and will not sew, fill bobbin, an turn manually but not electrically

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I'm getting an E2 error message on a Singer 8768 Heritage model.. Re-doing bobbin and bobbin placement but still getting the message.


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How to Fix Code E2 on Singer Fashion Mate Sewing Machine 7256 eHow

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The Singer 7256 Fashion Mate sewing machine has a top drop-in thread bobbin and an automatic needle threader. The digital display on the side of the machine is used to select different stitch settings on the machine. When the display reads error code E2, it means that there is a bobbing threading error, which may be caused by the thread looping or bunching under the fabric as you sew.

Things You'll Need

  • Pen
  • Screwdriver
  • Push the bobbin-winding spindle of the sewing machine back to the left.
  • Turn the hand-wheel toward you, hold the needle thread (thread on the sewing machine needle) and tug it lightly as the needle goes down and then raises up. A small loop will raise up through the needle plate on the sewing machine. Use the tip of a pen to lift the loop up through to the back of the machine.
  • Check the position of the needle. It should be seated in the sewing machine with the flat side facing the back of the machine. If it is not, remove the needle and reinsert it so that it is facing the correct way.
  • Remove the bobbin case. Use a screwdriver to turn the screw on the side of the bobbin until the loops of thread pull taught and are removed.
  • Remove any loose fibers or threads that may be stuck in the tension disks.
  • Reset the upper tension disks. Raise the presser foot lever up. Put the tension setting of the sewing machine on setting "4." Hold onto the spool of thread in your right hand and with your left, route the thread down through the tension channel, around the bottom of the disk and up the other side. When done correctly, the thread will click into place and slip in between the tension disks.
  • Set the thread bobbin in the bobbin case, with the thread passing over the top of the bobbin and then down to the right. Route the thread through the notch located at the left of the bobbin case and pull it through. Move the thread over the top of the throat plate and over to the back of the machine.
Tips & Warnings
  • Using incorrect bobbins may cause error E2 to occur. Not all plastic bobbins are the same size, so check the model number of the bobbin to ensure that you are using the correct one with your sewing machine.

  • Never turn the hand-wheel on the sewing machine away from you, as it will change the timing on the sewing machine.
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Dec 05, 2016 | Singer Heritage 8768 Electronic Sewing...

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Re Janome 7330 bobbin winding problem. Thread jumps out of the top guide when bobbin is winding. I've tried everything; different speeds, main spool upright,tightening the screw on the thread guide.


Take a look at this video. There are others too. That is a really unusual way and nothing like the Singers, and Pinnocks that I have used. If you want to see other videos, there are a few. Google 'Janome 7330 bobbin winding', and then click on the Video tab. Let me know how you get on?

How to Wind Bobbin on Janome

Dec 04, 2015 | Janome Sewing Machines

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Lo warning comes on when i try to sew. Waited 15 secs did not work. Cannot sew.


It sounds like a machine overload. Rather than just turning it off for a few seconds, turn it off and clear out the lint from the feed dogs and the traces. That should take sufficient time to reset and you'll avoid another overload.

Jun 30, 2015 | Janome Magnolia 7330 Sewing Machine

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My janome magnolia was working just fine and then all of the sudden the bobbin thread keeps knotting up. i've gone over all troubleshooting, cleaned out the lint, replaced the bobbin - all to no avail......


This happened to me on several occasions and finally one service tech told me not to use the needle down auto button. Instead when threading the bobbin just move the wheel toward you slowly until the thread catches.

Jul 08, 2014 | Janome Magnolia 7330 Sewing Machine

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Why magnolia not picking up bobbin thread


Despite what the instruction book tells you, do not use the auto downup button to pick up the bobbin thread. Instead pull the wheel toward you and do it manually. Many times the bobbin thread gets caught and the machine halts if that auto down button is used.

Jun 19, 2014 | Janome Magnolia 7330 Sewing Machine

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After 2 or 3 stitches needle gets locked with balled thread


Lint and or thread has collected behind or under the bobbin. use a q-tip (cotton) and swipe out and around the bobbin and bobbin case. Use a can of air and blow out and around the bobbin area. Remove the spool thread from the machine and rethread the spool and bobbin thread in machine.

Feb 03, 2014 | Janome Magnolia 7330 Sewing Machine

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Machine eats bobbin thread


computerized so could be anything

tension or sewing action parts needs a service

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Apr 28, 2017 | Janome Magnolia 7330 Sewing Machine

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I have a Janome Magnolia 7330. The bobbin thread will not be drawn up.


The easiest solution would be to change your needle. They do wear out, get bent, etc, and that makes it difficult for them to pick up the bobbin thread. If you did just change the needle, there was a hint here on FixYa about being sure to face the needle correctly. If you feel the needle, there will be a flat side and a curved side. Check your owner's manual to see which side should face which direction.

Nov 29, 2010 | Janome Magnolia 7330 Sewing Machine

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Singer/merritt 2430 bobbin fill


If you lift up the thread holder, the bobbin holder is inside. Loosen the hand guide to stop the needle from going up and down. Pull the thread around the top thread guide and back into the bobbin holder. Thread the bobbin and move the bobbin over so the guage is "inside" the bobbin. As for the manual, the Singer Merritt 2404 is applicable to the 2430 if that helps.

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