Resolving EMC 10 NO JUMP STITCH Error: Troubleshooting Guide

Resolving EMC 10 NO JUMP STITCH Error: Troubleshooting Guide

Osman Bayrak


If you've encountered the EMC 10 NO JUMP STITCH Error, we're here to assist you in troubleshooting and resolving this issue effectively.

  1. There are two potential causes for this error: the Jump Stitch Solenoid or the Color Change PCB. Either one or both of these components could be non-functional. Here's what you can do:
    • Turn off the power to the machine.
    • Remove the color change covers, referring to the Technical Manual for a detailed view of the covers.
    • Check the resistance of the Jump Stitch Solenoid at the connector on the Color Change PCB. Disconnect the solenoid connector with the machine powered off. A functional solenoid should have a resistance of 31 ohms. If it's shorted, contact your distributor to order both the Jump Stitch Solenoid and the Color Change PCB. A shorted solenoid can potentially damage other components on the PCB. Consult the Color Change Section of the Parts Manual for part numbers and order them from your distributor.
  2. There are two methods to test the Jump Stitch Solenoid. First, sew a 5-inch Block I. The vertical column should be smooth with no crease down the center. If you notice a stitch down the center of the column, it's an indication that the solenoid needs replacement, along with the Color Change PCB.

By following these steps, you can effectively diagnose and address the EMC 10 NO JUMP STITCH Error, ensuring that your embroidery machine operates seamlessly.