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Topic Title: E2 Error Code
Topic Summary: Does anyone know how to fix an E2 or E1 error code
Created On: 10/05/2010 07:56 PM
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 10/05/2010 07:56 PM
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bcatley

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I have only used my machine three times. I was sewing on something and hit a dense spot, the needle bent slightly and the machine stopped. I straightened the needle, and when I had rotate it, it seems to work fine, but it will not run. I was getting an E2 error code. I turned it off and on and played with it for a while, and now I am getting an E1 error code.

Any help on how ot fix it would be greatly appreciated.
 10/05/2010 09:16 PM
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devilcat

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Call your dealer. If you have only used it 3 times, it should still be under warranty. Do not tinker with it yourself as you will void the warranty.

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 10/27/2010 12:15 PM
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jesels

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I had almost the same thing happen to me with my new machine yesterday. I got an F1 message when I accidently sewed over a pin. After cleaning out the bobbin case I finally replaced the needle, even though I couldn't tell that it was bent. I turned the machine off and on and the F1 one message was gone and machine works fine. Hope this helps.

Joni
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