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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am sorry to inform you that Husqvarna # 1 embroidery unit does not fit onto the Rose machine. The terminals on the Rose is upright, while on the H # 1 it is flat. If you want to do embroidery on the Rose, you will have to purchase the embroidery unit.
Sad but true
Posted on Jan 22, 2008
The problem you are having is with the sensor on the top tension unit. There is a sensor that registers the movement of the spring which lets the machine know that it's sewing. When the spring either sticks or the sensor moves out of position because of vibration, the machine "thinks" that the top thread is broken. The machine needs to be taken apart and the top tension spring checked to see if it still has enough pressure to return to it's starting position, or to see if the sensor is in it's correct position. A trip to your service tech is required
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
If you bought your SE from a dealer they will be able to transfer those designs for you. If not, you need the Husqvarna Viking software so you can "read" the designs from your rose cards into your computer, then you will be able to send them to your USB stick for the SE.
The software really unlocks the potential for that machine. The first module of the software is about $400, comes with about 100 fonts and many designs and abilities to alter the text you want to sew. If you go up to the $900 option, you can cut designs apart and save different aspects of the design by themselves and also get an automatic digitizing option that works well. Husqvarna's web site shows their software in detail.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
There is a spring that can break and a switch that can sometimes go bad that gives that error message. A trip to your service tech is required. That part has a 20 or 25 year guarantee if you are the original purchaser. Labor was covered for one year from date of purchase.
When the switch or the spring that depresses it has an issue it fakes the machine into thinking the foot is up when it's not.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
Refer to your manual, it could mean the hoop is not making contact with the sensor or you are using the wrong size hoop for the selected design.
Posted on May 19, 2010
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