Question about Husqvarna Designer I
I was in the middle of sewing an embroidery. the needle stopped and the motor sounds like it is running or a fan is running. I tried turning off and restarting but it still does this. I also tried just regular sewing and it does the same thing. Is there a belt that could be broken or is it something really bad?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The embroidery unit needs to be calibrated. Can only been done by a trained dealer. you can relax, it is not a major issue and shuold not cost you a arm and a leg. Ask the dealer to also calibrate your touch screen and download the working hours on your machine.
Posted on Dec 12, 2007
SOURCE: Needle Sticks - Huskystar E10
When it feels like the needle is jammed, open the bobbin cover and release the two black retaining levers, one on either side of the bobbin case. The hook cover that is visible will be released. If the machine turns by hand smoothly, you may have a piece of the broken needle, or just a piece of thread stuck behind the hook or hook cover causing the bind. This problem will sometime make you swear that the needle is stuck in something because it will usually bind while the needle is down in the fabric.
Posted on Apr 08, 2008
The machine has a built in overload protector, if your needle can’t penetrate, it may stop the machine from working for a few minutes. Just wait it will reset automatically. Then, try a Sharp needle (denim needle is ideal) and be sure to Never Never reverse sew on heavy fabric, your needle will bend and hit the needle plate, use the FIX button for knotting (it really does work).
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
You definitely need to take that in for service. The machine has a feature that lets it know which hoop is on the machine so is can't sew outside the hoop area, so if it does, you'll need a technician to make it right.
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
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