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I went google and typed in --workshop manual for tajima tmex c-1201 sewing machine -- and found many pages with pdf downloads for repair manuals and workshop manuals
do that and find the right site for you and down load the workshop manual and that may be a way of fixing your machine
On a single head it is usually located on the back right through a small window. On a multi-head it is on the left or right end of the machine. It would help if you posted the model--I could be more specific.
We are having a similar problem with one of our single head Tajima TMEX-C1201 machines. In our case the design runs part of the way, then the head jumps and continues running and ruins the work. Any feedback on this would also be appreciated. Thanks.
I have had a couple of Tajima units with what sounds like the same problem. I found the motor which drives the X axis had bad solder joints where the windings join the circuit board which the cable attaches to the motor. I resoldered the connections and they worked fine. If you don't have the soldering skills, or know someone who does, you may just need to replace the motor which is fairly expensive. It will probably take about 1 1/2 hours to take the motor assembly in and out, and about another hour to repair the solder joints.
A 211 is generally caused by the degree wheel not resting in the "red" zone. This zone indicates the machine is in a ready state to start or shift. Look at the degree wheel and manually move it to the zone (around 100-110 degrees). If this doesn't work it will need repaired. It usually takes 1-3 hours depending on what is involved.