Question about Husqvarna Sewing Machines
More details needed. What model machine? What does "went crazy" mean? What happens when you turn the switch off, then on again (with the embroidery arm attached)? Does the machine function normally once the embroidery arm is removed?
Posted on Jan 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: #1 Viking Embroidery #13 Set.
Use any card that has the On/Off in the bottom right og the card (1). You have to know what number is you design so you can push that number after selecting on/off. Make sure you programmed emb card is in the machine. You can use another card if you do not have the generic numbered card with on/off and the hoop positioning E on the right side of the numbers 1 to 35 designs.
Posted on Apr 21, 2008
Push the floppy drive lid inwards and do the following:
First of all, check for any visible thread or dust inside the floppy drive.
Secondly clean the drive by blowing it with compressed air.
If this does not help, it is time to upgrade your machine to USB. Great to work with. Cost: plus minus $500.00.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
You need to use either Organizer or Disk Manager to put designs on the floppy disk. Both of these are Husqvarna programs, not part of your computers operating system. If you copy shv file directly, the machine does not have all of the information that it needs to read the files. If the folder containing your original shv files that you purchased contains additional files, you just need to copy EVERY file within that folder to the floppy disk and it might work. Don't attempt to move individual files to the floppy. You will need them all.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
The Iris Tension unit is controlled by the computer. You can't turn the dial with your fingers. There are 2 buttons on the panel that control the tensioin knob. The graphic looks like rope (sort of) and there is a + and a - on each side of the graphic which increases or decreases the tension.
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
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