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I have an inbro embroidery machine 4 head can not get it to power up i'm thinking fuse but have no idea

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I get a code E26 stating theres a problem with the power supply. Fuse seems OK, anything else I can check? Also, how can I reset my controls to 0 on my CP 130 head? Thank you!

I will need more information to answer this question for you Lise.
Make and model of machine? Sewing machine? Embroidery machine? who is manufacturer?
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Jun 09, 2016 | Sewing Machines

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I cant get the power ON. The chord is ok. Whats the reason?

Could the plug be fused? Do other items work in the wall socket?

Nov 02, 2015 | Singer Futura XL-400 Quartet 4-in-1 Sewing...

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At start up machine says press needle position button. All that happens is the motor revs up then says safety feature has been activated. Any ideas?

I used this machine in my middle school classroom. That message was in the first start up of the machine, I think it just resets the machine. The larger model also has a beginning reset button that just adjusts the arm of the machine. Is the machine working fine after the reset? Hopefully "sew"

Jan 13, 2015 | Brother PE-770 Embroidery Machine

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Brother embroidery machine

Hai, What type of your embroidery machine? How many heads and needles? If your machine 4 ,12 or 20 heads and 6 or 9 needle, you can use different color and designs.

Apr 10, 2014 | Brother Sewing Machines

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Embroidery Arm is not moving right/left

Check to notice if when the embroidery arm is installed and you turn the power on does the embroidery unit move as it calibrates the stepper motors. If not I would first check the plug where the machine and embroidery unit attach. If this looks ok and is not out of place it could be a cable, or the main circuit board. Both of those are for your dealer to repair.

Feb 08, 2014 | Husqvarna Sewing Machines

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Janome 9000 lost all power in the middle of embroidery and won't turn back on.

have you checked to make sure the power cord is plugged into the machine correctly?
is the outlet getting electricity?
if the answer to the above is yes
then it's possible the power cord, motor could have with out
have you checked to see if the sewing machine has a battery compartment
or a fuse compartment?

Mar 29, 2012 | Janome Memory Craft 9000 Computerized...

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On the infodisplay, I have a blinking icon. I start to embroider and it stops blinking E with a loop around it. It is beside the pressure foot letter.

I think it indicates that the embroidery has reached as far as it can go within the hoop limits. If you have your user guide (I have a Scandinavia 400), in the embroidery section under the function buttons heading (mine has a worm embroidery on display), it talks about the "check size" button (a single button with arrows pointing to all four corners). The explanation is in there.

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Pfaffa 7570 Creative Fantasy Embroidery Unit does not move

Try turning the machine off, removing the unit and then placing it back before turning the power on again.

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Will a Husqvarna #1 Plus embroidery unit work on a Husqvarna Rose machine?

I am sorry to inform you that Husqvarna # 1 embroidery unit does not fit onto the Rose machine. The terminals on the Rose is upright, while on the H # 1 it is flat. If you want to do embroidery on the Rose, you will have to purchase the embroidery unit.

Sad but true

Jan 20, 2008 | Husqvarna Rose

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