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The machine was accidentally dropped. We started with an E7 error, and now an E3 error message.

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Hi, 2 days ago while stitching on my Singer Brilliance 1680 with 80 stitches model, suddenly E7 appeared. I tried everything I cud think of the problem cud be, even opened n checked if the machine n the bobbin thread etc. but all was in tact. Then when I called the dealer, told me certain things to do, which I had already done, and later said to bring the machine to the shop. But since I was busy was not able to go. The best as I always do, was to check on the internet. I was happy I found that others too had similar problem. First one said, to check the foot-pedal n adjust the screws, for which mine has nothing of tht sort. then left it. But today, when I checked again, and found this solution above from Brother Solutions Center, I was glad that my problem cud be on the reverse button, as I remember while doing so, I felt something odd while putting pressure on the foot-pedal n then all of a sudden the error E7 appeared with a long beep.

Anyways, at once, i downloaded their acrobat file format for solutions and then I went n fidgeted with the reverse button n began to sew a bit and then it was normal. But must say, I prayed before I cud fix it :) and was so so happy when it was done ok :D

Thanks so much Brother Solutions. Saved my time of going to the dealers.

Posted on Dec 03, 2012

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E7 means
The start/stop button, reverse/reinforcement stitch button
or the thread cutter button was pressed while no thread
cassette was installed


E3 means
The buttonhole or bar tack stitch was selected and the
start/stop button was pressed while the buttonhole lever
is raised.
(make sure buttonhole lever is in correct position)

If the start/stop button is pressed before the sewing machine is correctly set up or if an operation is performed
incorrectly, an error message appears in the stitch indicator. Follow the instructions that appear.
If you press (Stitch selection key) or do the operation correctly while the error message is displayed, the
message disappears.

download manual for this model at
http://welcome.solutions.brother.com/bsc/public/us/us/en/doc/manual_index.html?reg=us&c=us&lang=en&prod=hf_cs80eus&dlid=&flang=English&type2=-1

Hope this helps

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