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Service Menu For Husqvarna Designer SE

I would like to go in and adjust the thread tension of the machine but do not know how to get into the service menu.

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  • wdewling Feb 01, 2009

    Ok thats great ,I got it to the part of entering a password now ,any ideas on what the password may be.Thanks SewTechWayne , heading the right way anyway .I have the entire repair manual for this machine but no password

    thanks

    Bill

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Hi SewTechWayne, do you happen to have the latest pass code? 5031 is no longer working on my machine. Thanks!

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Hold down the start button and the presser foot pivot buttons at the same time and turn on the power. The machine will make a funny noise and the test screen will come up. You then need to find the sub-menu, I think it says tensions on it but I'm not sure.

Posted on Jan 31, 2009

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    SewTechWayne Feb 01, 2009

    I can find out tomorrow for sure, but try either 5277 or 5031. Let me know if either of these don't work.

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    ROBERT HENSHAW Mar 02, 2018

    5277 or 5031 don't work

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