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Machine died I was sewing along and suddenly the machine went completely dark. After letting it sit idle for a bit, I turned the switch back on and it would not respond. It has been dead ever since. Could this be a fuse problem?

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More than likely this is a fuse problem. This should go to a Janome Dealer or someone who is familiar with Janome/New Home Machines. The fuse is located in a box underneath the bottom of the machine.
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Posted on Jul 29, 2008

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Possibly like my Bernina. Needs new on/off switch.

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