My Janome 6600P is poorly :-(
She has been clunking for a couple of days but even after I cleaned and re-threaded she still clunked occasionally and then on Saturday she stopped!
First of all I got an
Then I found that depending on the position of the needle I also got
...and do you know I couldn't find out anywhere what it meant!
The manual just mentioned E1 and E5 - maybe it means E1 to E5 ...I don't know, but it says to contact the dealer.
So today I did and this is what I was told...
'It sounds like a fuse has gone on the A board...worse case scenario would be for a whole new board'.
So on Friday I will take her to the hospital and hope that it's not a case of
'worse case scenario' !
This has made me realise that I no longer 'need' a different machine.
I've decided I really do love this one after all and am used to its little foibles...we understand each other and to be honest I can't really justify spending £1500 to £2000 for a machine like the ones I've been looking at this weekend.
I could however do with a 'spare' so I'll keep my eye out for a 2nd hand smaller bog standard machine just to keep handy.
So what am I going to do for at least the next couple of weeks?
Read my next post to find out