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Have a problem with f05 error speed sensor on a brother machine

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The start/stop button was pressed without connecting the foot controller while the setting for adjusting the stitch width using the sewing speed controller is set to [ON].
You have selected a pattern for which width control cannot be used.

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I know this isnt of much help but my manual says that any errors starting with F is a sign of malfunctioning and should be taken in to a service center. Wish I could help more.

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You probably need to take it in for service. Thread guide pulse motor (TG-PM) is jammed with thread. There is a new shield that that can install to keep this from happening again.
You can gently try to move it with the machine on and see if that works, it is the little shuttle that goes up and down on the front of the machine, it is probably stuck where you can see it.
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If the spool pops in, you may be able to find a replacement where sewing machine parts are sold.

If it was a molded to a platform, a thread stand may be a less expensive method to use. You can find a single cone thread stand with sewing notions.

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SOURCE: I have a Brother innovis 4000d sewing and embroidery machine. The embroidery pattern l am trying to sew has worked really well in the past, but now when it starts to sew it is not picking up the botto

try changing the needle
clean under the needle plate & in the bobbin area for loose threads or lint
rethread the machine top & bobbin

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SOURCE: brother pe-770 f05 speed sensor error - How to fix?

F05 error, speed sensor. I fixed successfully 2 of those. Speed sensor is located on a small board, under a protective plastic, located over the main front board. Remove front panel and bobin winder assembly. Remove the 2 screws of the small board. Remve CAREFULLY the small bord. Under, on the main shaft, are located the needle positionning sensors and the wheel of the speed sensor (left wheel on the shaft). The speed sensor is located on the board itself, it's very small. Clean carefully both the wheel and the sensor with Q-Tips and alchool, reassemble the whole thing and it should restart.
While U are there, take a thin nozzle oiler and lubrificate all the suppots of upper and lower shaft, all the needle bar mechanism and rotary hook central shaft and gears WITH VERY THICK oil. Needle bas assembly is the most critical point. I have 14 of those machines, almost all of those seized there before I learn how to lubrificate it. Also seized on the bottom shaft and on rotary hook pin

Posted on Jul 05, 2012

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F05 error, speed sensor. I fixed successfully 2 of those. Speed sensor is located on a small board, under a protective plastic, located over the main front board. Remove front panel and bobin winder assembly. Remove the 2 screws of the small board. Remve CAREFULLY the small bord. Under, on the main shaft, are located the needle positionning sensors and the wheel of the speed sensor (left wheel on the shaft). The speed sensor is located on the board itself, it's very small. Clean carefully both the wheel and the sensor with Q-Tips and alchool, reassemble the whole thing and it should restart.
While U are there, take a thin nozzle oiler and lubrificate all the suppots of upper and lower shaft, all the needle bar mechanism and rotary hook central shaft and gears WITH VERY THICK oil. Needle bas assembly is the most critical point. I have 14 of those machines, almost all of those seized there before I learn how to lubrificate it. Also seized on the bottom shaft and on rotary hook pin

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