Question about Janome Memory Craft 5700
I've only had the machine a few weeks, probably have less than 4 hours sewing time and it errored out E5, I tourned it off for about 20 min came back and sewed a few stitches again E5. The manual advised to take in to the dealer which I did a few days ago no word yet any ideas?
This is the official Janome reference to your E% error message:
Feed sensor error "E 5" appears when the machine is turned backwords slightly while the machine runs over tight spot. The above will happen when - the machine is locked by thread jammed in the machine. - sewing extreamly thick fabric. In case of the MC4900, it will happen when running without threading the thread take up lever. The thread take up lever should be threaded when the threading light lights up.
Hioe this helps
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
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