Question about Brother SE-270D Computerized Sewing Machine
I've used this machine for 4 years with this same memory card. Now it says it cannot be used with this machine. I've turned off and then back on and still the same message. Help????
Is it a pre-loaded card - or one you add patterns to?
If its one you add patterns to, make sure the pattern isn't too large for the machine. EG if machine does 4"x4" and you've loaded a 5"x7" pattern, try down-sizing the pattern/ breaking it up into smaller sections to load & sew
Posted on Apr 07, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Card not not be used??
there are some memory card that has physical lock, you can see it on the card itself, but for some, you can check it if you put the card into your computer, and try right clicking on it, it would then tell you if it's lock or not.
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
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I have seen this post before, perhaps the easiest thing for you to do now, after so long, is to just ring or email Brother or one of their dealers direct.
I do know that Janome recommend no more than 256MB CF card to reduce the need for searching through vast amounts of patterns.
Posted on May 23, 2008
SOURCE: Error message on Brother SE-270D
I had the same issue a few years back but with actual symptoms of malfunctioning. I had mine fixed under warranty. The service tech told me it was a faulty circuit board. Works perfect now. I think the warranty is only for the first year to cover labor and parts. Not sure how much it would be out-of-pocket. This happened within 3 months of a brand new purchase. Hope this answered your question.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
Try turning down your top tension setting a bit. If its at 4 or 5, i would turn it down to about 3 ish. Cotton thread is more brittle than polyester and rayon thread.
Hope that helps :)
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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