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My Janome 9000 has power and will go between screens but when I push foot pedal it always goes back to original screen without sewing. Stuck in a start up loop. Does it need reset?

Shut power off for an hour. Cleaned bobbin area. Retreated unplugged foot control. Tried various sewing options.

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You can try doing a reset or you may need to have the motherboard checked

Posted on Nov 24, 2014

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SOURCE: my machine has power, but foot pedal only makes needle go slowly

sounds like the contact in the foot peddle has failed try a new peddle

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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SOURCE: my janome memory craft 9000 sews without pushing

Inside the foot control is a component called a supressor.......it is there to reduce or stop the "crackle" interference you may have on TV & Radio when using the machine.
It is not necessary for the functioning of the machine, but when it fails, or burns out, there is generally an acrid smell of burned plastic.....then it runs on by itself and you need to turn it off at the switch to stop it.
Best suggestion if you are not comfortable about opening electrical items, is to take it to a Janome service centre and tell them exactly what is wrong, as described above.. "a burned out suppressor, and the machine now runs by itself"
They ought to be able to do this for very little money really, it is a 2 minute job.......if it has been a while since the last service, you may wish to consider having it all done at the same time, depends on usage and budget in the end.
Let us all know how you get on.
www.bargainbox.com.au

Posted on May 01, 2009

SOURCE: My 9000, on regular sewing, is My 9000, on regular sewing, is "jumping" ahead as I sew....kinda like the foot pedal is stuck. Anyone every have this and if so, is it something I can fix or do I need t

it's definitely not suppose to be jumping ahead.
have you checked the foot your using on the machine to make sure it's on correctly?
you might also check the feed dogs to see if there in the up position, in the needle plate.
if nothing I suggests works then I agree to take it to a janome dealer & let them sew on it & see what it does with them

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