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Changing the language

Please help!! My husband started fooling around with my Designer 1 USB machine and now the language has changed to something I can't even begin to recongnize!!! Where do I start since I don't know the language selected and therfore cannot manuver thru the screens........

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Turn on your machine. The SET tab is the fifth from the left (or second from the right). Touch that.
You now need to touch the More button, which is on the bottom row and is the button on the left hand side (there are two buttons at the bottom - More and OK).
On the next page that comes up, the LANGUAGE select button is the single orange button at the bottom of the list. The two buttons at the very bottom are once again More and OK, so go above them to the single orange button. Each time you press this, the language changes. There are quite a lot to scroll through, but keep pushing it until English comes up again.
That should fix your machine for you. No suggestions on how to fix your husband, though!
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Posted on Oct 19, 2008

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