Question about Janome Memory Craft 9000 Computerized Sewing Machine
I've been trying to replace the fuse on my machine and the transformer box seems to prove harder to get into than I anticipated. Can someone walk me through getting to the fuses. Especially dismantaling the transformer box??
SOURCE: Janome 9000
If your speaking of the "Monogram Wizard Plus" this only comes with the machine and is not sold separately. If you are talking about the "Embriodery Machine Essentials" that is available directly from Janome. Here is a link to the machine info on their site:
If all else fails, you can call their customer service at 1-800-631-0183 ext. 775
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Posted on Oct 30, 2008
SOURCE: JANOME MEMORY CRAFT 8000 MANUAL
tighten the thread TENSION CONTOL.
Loose adjustment causes your problem.
if its possible for you to send me a large front picture of your machine then i guess i could give you more info. my email : jyzomnix1Yahoo.com
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
Hi, I downloaded (for free) a copy of the Envision 8006 (and 8007 supplement) manual from the Elna website 2 1/2 years ago. The Envision 8007 is the same as the Janome Memory Craft 5700. I can email you a copy of the manual.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
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.
Posted on May 01, 2009
Remove the top cover by taking the two large screws and the small one under the handle, LHS.
Remove the left side cover. The hidden screw is a 2.5mm allen accessed through the vent.
Lay the machine on its back and remove the four large phillips screws on the bottom and the small screw for the side, paying extreme caution with respect to the embroidery arm.
CAREFULLY move the bottom to the left and out of the way.
Inside the body of the machine you will see a black box held in place by three or torx/slotted screws. Remove the screws and, as you slowly pull the box out MAKE NOTE OF WHICH WIRES PLUG IN WHERE.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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