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Viking designer se machine Thread that has come out of the take-up lever

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Some machines had a special plastic clip that was an update on the thread take up lever. Take it to your dealer for this.

Posted on Jan 30, 2014

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You need the USB Manager software to view the files. Have a look at all the software that were supplied with the machine. Load the embroidery software on your laptop and then open the USB manager.

When it opens it will show a light blue screen and grey icons to the left. Click in "disk", then click on "read disk" and you should be able to see your designs. The grey icons will turn orange were designs are stored, and the grey ones indicate empty space for more designs.

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Posted on Feb 09, 2008

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when i,m doing a machine embrody the thread will fray in the needle and spoil the whole design, i,m afaird to do anything on a piece to keep. what is the best thread to use

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SOURCE: Service Menu For Husqvarna Designer SE

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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SOURCE: Designer I software compatibility

You need the Husqvarna Viking software to turn those file extensions into the SHV format. It's about $400 at your dealer. Their web site does a nice job of showing its features. You get over 100 fonts and alot of designs too. You would open your current designs on a screen and then re-write them to the floppy or stick depending on your model of D1. It then sends the stitch information with the picture of the design to the floppy so your D1 can display the image. (The SHV format)
The VIP and HUS format don't carry the image file for your machine so it say's, "file not found", when you try to open them in your D1.

Posted on Oct 24, 2009

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Birds nests embroidering husqvarna viking designer se


it would be a good idea to have the machine serviced
Try these suggestions for bird nesting
1. Change the needle--use a needle that's for the fabric being sewed
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Viking designer SE sewing and embroider machine -- Thread that has come out of the take-up lever


If this problem persists there is an upgrade on the take up lever that has a plastic clip that holds the thread in better. Check with your dealer.

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Viking Designer SE-Limited Edition 43 hours of sewing. bobbin thread comes up around edges of desing


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My Designer 1 embroidery machine thread take-up lever keeps allowing thread to slip off into the inside of the machine. The thread then becomes entagled and wrapped in the gears. I have taken it in twice...


Hi Kathleen

Why don't you ask that question of Viking Husquvarna head office in your country in writing and see if they have now got an aftermarket solution to this problem. Sometimes a direct approach is best.

If the thread take up lever has an open eye and the thread keeps slipping out of this, can you perhaps modify it a little yourself by using a small piece of plastic tape to close off the eye, maybe putting a little grommet in place first so the thread runs freely through it and doesn't catch on the tape. Worth a try?

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I have a designer se the take up lever keeps dropping the thread


Try threading with a figure-of-eight motion - take the thread to the left of the take-up lever hook, across through the hook, then down to the needle. This makes the thread cross itself below the take-up lever hook and may help keep the thread in place. Also be sure that your thread is in the tension disks properly. Always thread with the presser foot raised so the tension disks are open and the thread can seat itself properly. If this does not help, you probably need to see a machine technician.

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I have a Designer Topaz, very similar to yours. There is a small eccentric-shaped piece that rides the thread as the bobbin is filling. On my machine, it can be turned via the little star shaped "torx" depression. This determines the point at which the drive disengages the winding process. In the alternative, when the bobbin is as full as you want it, just push the rider away from the bobbin; the same effect is achieved.

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I have a Designer SE and today while sewing the 'check upper thread' message kept coming up. There was nothing wrong with the thread and I rethread it several times after the message came up. I cleaned...


It's probably the sensor in the upper thread tension unit. If you look where the thread comes to the bottom before looping back up to the take-up lever, there is a small point coming out that holds the thread downward as the takeup lever moves up and down. Take a brush and clean any lint/dust out of that area or it be serviced and cleaned by an authorized Husqvarna Viking Dealer. You can find the nearest dealer by click on the "Dealer" link at http://www.husqvarnaviking.com
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Password For Viking Designer SE


actuall she/he means is after you hold down the back and pivot foot button and turn on the machine, it will pop up with a dialog asking for a password..

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