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Bobbin fill with a design in progress

I'm not totally sure what you're asking, but I'm assuming you're asking how to replace an empty bobbin if you're in the middle of a design. Take the hoop off, but for heaven't sake, DO NOT remove the fabric from the hoop, replace the bobbin, bring the bobbin thread to the top, and put the hoop back on. You should then back up in the block by pressing the reverse button right above the light button, with a "U" next to it--it will reverse the stitches. Back up about 20 stitches before you press the green button.

Now, here's the gotcha. If you bumped or moved your arm even slightly when you removed the hoop, it can throw off the design placement. To get around that, after you have replaced the bobbin, but before putting on the hoop, turn the machine off and then on again. This may "blow" or exit the design in the program; so just put the hoop back on, retransmit the design, and then use the arrow key on the machine navigator on the PC to go back to the block you were doing, and then use the ADVANCE button to go to where you were. The advance button is just ABOVE the reverse button. When you're to that point in the block, press the green button and it will resume sewing.

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Janome mc10000 pc board

Who told you that you needed a pc board? your neighbor.. or your Janome Tech? It may be a known issue... check with janome hotline.

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Viking husqvarna sewing machine wont start when button is pushed down

Why is that happening?maybe there's a problem on the button?Try reading sewing machine reviews maybe there's a solution there. That is what I do every time I got problem.

Sep 16, 2012 | Sewing Machines

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I owe a Topaz 30, lesser than 1 year old. Today I've got problems with the bobin winding. I set it on its place as usually and when I tried to start it and push the ok button, there was a click and than...

I don't have a Topaz, but a Designer 1. I think the bobbin winding setup is similar on these machines. One time I had accidentally pushed too hard on the bobbin winder spindle when I put the empty bobbin on, and the mechanism had gone back inside the machine a little and would not work. I was able to pull it back into place myself without needing to go to the repair shop. Look carefully at your bobbin winder and see if it is in the right place - this might just be your problem and is easily fixed. I am very careful now not to push too hard when I put on the empty bobbin. Also make sure you have pushed the bobbin completly towards the bobbin stop. Does the bobbin winding pop-up appear on your screen?

Nov 10, 2010 | Husqvarna Designer I

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Am moving and need to repack my Viking Designer 2 but cannot seem to get the embroidery arm to go back all the way to the left, so it will fit back in the carrier. I have clicked the little Pyramid icon...

Hi bobbie_berry I have a Designer 1 which is simular to your 2 I believe at least with the control buttons. With your embroidery unit on you hit the needle up/down button which is next to the pyramid icon on the top row and it will bring your embroidery arm all the way over to the left. If that doesn't happen which it should you can always take your embroidery unit off and manually push it all the way over until you can it to fit back into your case. Hope this helps.

Aug 23, 2010 | Husqvarna Designer I

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Brothers sewing machine ls 1520 what all parts came with this machine.did it come with a button hole foot

I hope this is your machine, check it out

1 Buttonhole foot (1 pc.)
2 Zipper foot (1 pc.)
3 Button sewing Foot (1 pc.)
4 Needle set (regular single needle No. 14) (3 pcs.)
5 Twin needle (1 pc.)
6 Bobbins (3 pcs.)
7 Darning plate (1 pc.)
8 Screwdriver (1 pc.)
9 Extra spool pin (1 pc.)
Parts code for zigzag presser foot: 138135-051
Foot controller: X57319-051 (110/120V Area)
XA6422-021 (220/240V Area)
XA6412-021 (U.K.)
XA6414-021 (Australia, New Zealand)
The above accessories are stored in the accessory bag inside the
extension table. These accessories have been designed to help
complete most sewing tasks.

Aug 27, 2009 | Brother Sewing Machines

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Machine will freeze up on me while embroidering.

The e-unit may need calibrating. These are older machines and not like the ones out now. They are louder than the new embroidery mechanisms and not as smooth running as the newer ones. But when properly calibrated they do okay but are not the best quality. Don't compare them to the newer machines. It may be the computer board is going out too. If that happens, there isn't a way to fix as the boards are obsolete unless you can get an old one for parts. Check with a dealer for availability. Good luck.

May 21, 2009 | Husqvarna Designer I

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Designer 1 reverse won't select, no light at all

The designer 1 has a weakness of the reverse pad (rubber button set) on left side of the machine wearing out and not working. You can try pushing from different angle, or pushing hard, but it most likely needs to be replaced. If you did buttonholes with the buttonhole sesor foot (foot with a wheel and a cord that plugs in), it would automatically size the buttonhole and you wouldn't need to reverse and you can use "FIX" to tie a knot instead of reverse

Dec 30, 2008 | Husqvarna Viking 1

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