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I have a Janome 11000-it won't embroidery

After programing in a design, I hit the start button and a message comes up on the screen saying "Presser foot" nothing happens.

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  • geneseo Jan 03, 2009

    My dealer was able to make an adjustment and it's working now.

    Thanks

  • geneseo Jan 12, 2009

    The problem was an adjustment that was fixed by my dealer.

    Thanks for responding.

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    The machine is ready to embroidery after the start button is pushed the pressure foot "p" comes up and the machine beebs

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You have to be sure you have the correct foot on the machine and that it is put on correctly. You can't use a regular foot - you need to use the embroidery foot P, which require you to remove the foot holder altogether, and put on the P.

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