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Reprogram my Embroidery Card

My embroidery card isn't working. I would like to know how I can reprogram it because it is programmable.

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Re: Reprogram my Embroidery Card

Hi leahcarmen....please update your post with your machines complete Name and Model Number in it's entirety, and try to provide detailed specific's of your card and/or machine issues and I may be able to help you more precisely and efficiently.

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You did not say if you have other design cards that do work or there is only one you tried. Possibly the card itself is bad.
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So if you take your machine to a dealer to have it looked at, take your design card along.
The 180's memory for storing designs is located in the embroidery module, not the machine itself. If that memory is filled up with other designs this can cause a problem.
So your problem is most likely with the design card or with the embroidery module. Should you need to get another embroidery module, that module needs to be the same version number as your machine or it will not work. I have a. video posted on YouTube that shows you how to check the version number of your machine and module. That information is in my "Bernina check hours 165, 170, 180, 185" video. Put that in the YouTube search box and you will find my video. Plus I have other helpful Bernina videos posted.

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To the second poster with the malfunctioning "card" - do you mean the insert panel/card (overlay) with "E" on it? If so then there is no programmable feature to it. The overlay has notches in the left edge that presses a pattern of leaf switches on the left behind the case and it uses internal designs in memory. If on the other hand you mean that little memory card that you can use with the reader/writer and goes with the "0" (zero) card/overlay then you can get them from a Husq-Viking dealer, or keep an eye on used ones on ebay.

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