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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: janome 9000
On the bottom of the machine is the base plate, remove it. You will see a black box (the transformer) that needs to be dismantled. Once inside you will see 2 fuses, one will be blown.
Replace the blown fuse, do not remove both fuses at the same time and get them confused.I bought replacements at Radio Shack. Good Luck
Posted on Feb 03, 2008
This is the diagnistics routine for Janome 9000.
Run each test in sequence from 1 - 13, or until you find error
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Posted on Feb 16, 2008
SOURCE: janome 9000
Thank you Thank you .....i had taken this machine to a Janome dealer..he said it needed a new computer...i was scepticle wrote in here and guess what..it was a $2.00 fuse!!! see some ppl are just not HONEST!!! Thanks so much!!!
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
This is a relatively easy adjustment as I just did one last week but I'm not sure I can explain it. Anyway, open up the lamp cover and look at the top of the presser bar. There is a sensor that is easily adjusted. It has a small phillips screw that you need to loosen. Then move the black 'L' shaped piece either up or down a little (I can't remember which way) and re-tighten the screw, you may need to experiment. The 'L' shaped piece is a flag that goes between two sensors when the foot is raised and can be rotated left and right about 10 degrees. I hope that helps.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
Scan 'n Sew is hardware used to transfer embroidery designs from your computer to the machine's card so that you can embroider that particular design. I have one and love it. It will send a template to your printer as well as the design to the card. It has other functions that I don't use because I use another program to edit designs (Embird).
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
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