Hi. Welcome to Just Answer. OUCH!! No you probably just knocked it out of alignment. If the system does not see the needle position correctly it will shut down until it can be realigned and reset.
This is what happened when I tried to use my sisters new computer controlled singer machine when they first came out years back.. I didn't know that there was an automatic feed setting and it pulled my finger right through it. Broke the needle off in my finger. Fortunately in the flesh and not where it went through the tip of the bone. When I yanked my finger out of the machine it knocked something out up in the sewing head as I broke the needle off. Not sure exactly what but it cost me 30 bucks to have it realigned. Now days it is probably cheaper.
Have your local sew and vacuum shop look at it. Trying to do this without training only results in more damage most times.
FYI: if this was an older model w/o computer I could probably walk you through the repair.