I've tried turing the power off, opening and shutting doors, nothing works. It was a donated machine to our agency, and all it does is flash that error message.
Is it fixable? Or should we push it out the window?
Ok thsi is fixable E7 is an Automatic Document feeder or finisher problem.
There should be another 2 other numbers flashing after the E7 to tell you where in these options the fault is.
Hope this helps
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E3 : Laundry is unevenly distributed inside the washing bucket.
E3 : Laundry is misaligned, cage screws are loose, the balance ring is open, the clutch is loose, the door switch loses the spring (due to the screwing of the cheek), the switch wire is blocked, the safety lever is blocked. .
E4 : Damn buoy.
E5 : Water supply error.
E6 : Washer motor, too much, low water level, clutch shaft, clutch shaft.
Ec1 : Many laundry or little water.
Ec3 : Many laundry or little water.
Ec5 : Many laundry or little water.
Ec6 : Many laundry or little water.
F : Multi-wash or charring.
E7 : Washing motor jam, too much, low water level, clutch shaft, sanso clutch.
E7-1 : Memory overflow error, programming: press the water level, timer, discharge, open the power, and the pip pip remove the power and about 1 minute of the pin works well.
E7-4 : Word count error.
E8 : Washing motor jam, too much, low water level, clutch shaft, sanso clutch shaft.
E9 : Water leaks, the washing bucket is broken, the valve is stuck, entangled with the senso of the broken water, do not forget to check the wires.
Me, too!! I just got the same code. I actually took off all the stuff
to clean it (glad I did too because after a whole week of sewing on it
straight, it was hella filthy!), I still couldn't get it to work. The
answer is in the Singer FAQ website (http://www.singerco.com/support/frequently-asked-questions).
Your button hole lever has been bumped. It is just to the left of the
the needle bar. I just pulled mine all the way down, then pushed it all
the way back up. No more E7!!!! Color me happy for sure!