100% Newbie here !!! Trying to get started, but have problem already :(

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Default 100% Newbie here !!! Trying to get started, but have problem already :(

Hello everyone. I have decided to take the plunge into embroidery. I have been doing some heat transfer work and just purchased a used Toyota 860 to start in the world of embroidery for my small home based business.

My head is spinning on how complicated this all is, but hopefully with some practice and a ton of reading .. I can make this all work.

I have not started out real well .. I saw the machine I bought run and sew .. but after bringing it home and setting it up in my workspace, I have an error message that will not allow me to even start playing around.

I get a "needle case error f1h" message and I cannot go any further. I have researched some on the internet about this, but cannot seem to get it cleared. hopefully I did not break something during the move .. I doubt it as we were extremely careful.

I am looking for some help on how to clear this, or maybe some information on a tech that is familiar with Toyota machines in Northeast PA .. I am in the Poconos, about 40 minutes north of the Lehigh Valley area (Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton).

I am looking forward to learning from all of you here ..

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