Question about New Home Sewing Machines
Most likely it is a step motor failure. It is possible that the A board or the F board has failed. There is a diagnosis chart and service program to run to isolate the problem, but it is complicated and requires explicit knowledge. You could try this: Turn the power off and manually move the needle bar from side to side a dozen times or so then turn the power on. Turn the power on and off several times if necessary, always waiting five seconds between on and off. If this does not work, take it to a Janome dealer (Janome is New Home).
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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