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There is a shaft that runs from the top of the machine to the bottom, in turn driving the bottom gear and belt. Though it is hard to see, you will probably find that the gear at the top of that shaft has the teeth broken. It is not impossible to change but definitely difficult.
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If you are lucky, your part will come with instructions. Each machine is a bit different but basically you have to get into the needle bar/presser foot bar area. If you are Lucky you can get to the lever assembly without having to take out a bunch of bars. But I've only ever seen that once on an industrial machine. So you take out the presser foot bar... to get to the lever. Use caution. You want to be sure you know where and how the parts fit in there. Take your time... take pics or make notes.
Needle Position Sensor is disconnected This sensor detects the drive timing for the pulse motor for zigzagging and feed, the vertical stop position for the needle. It detects the upper shaft angle of rotation using a shutter attached to the upper shaft and an optical sensor.
These 3.5-inch floppy disk drives are never produced by the manufacturer of the device, but by one of a few floppy disk drive manufacturers (usually Sony) and as such, should your disk drive start to fail, you may be able to disassemble the case of the Viking Designer 1, remove the floppy drive, and insert another standard floppy salvaged from a tower-type PC, thus fixing the problem. Since 3.5-in. floppy drives are becoming more and more scarce in modern computers (in favor of CD-RW drives) you may have a obsolete tower computer (remember Windows 98?) in your basement (or your friend's basement/yard sale/flea market/www.Craigslist.org/www.eBay.com) that could supply a useable FDD (floppy disk drive).
What you're getting is called a bird's nest, and it's a frustrating pain. There can be a number of problems. First, try changing your needle. It may look fine, but it could be ever so slightly bent and causing a problem. If this doesn't work, take the fabric out of your machine. You'll need to manually turn the machine's wheel and watch through the window at your bobbin. Is the thread hanging up on something in the bobbin area when you're turning the wheel and creating a mess of thread in the bobbin area? Look at where it's catching in your bobbin. You may have a cracked bobbin case-this you can get a replacement for online. Look on eBay for your machine model. They're fairly easy to replace and I can help you with that. If the thread is catching on something else in the bobbin case, be VERY CAREFUL poking around! Don't be forceful with anything! You could also have a tension problem with you're upper tension. You may be working with really thick fabric, too. It's a little hard, because I don't know what else is going on. Try some of this, though, and leave me comments. I check back daily and leave me some more details if these things don't help or if you need to replace the bobbin case and need more help. I'll get back to you within 24 hours normally.
Go to www.Futura-support.com. You can download a manual there and then you'll have a better chance Since I don't know which Futura model you have, it's hard for me to tell you what the E1 message. means. Find your model on the website and download the appropriate manual. That should give you the answer you need.
First you need the USB upgrade kit that has the connectors and parts to change the cover of the machine. Next, you will need a new main circuit board if your machine was made prior to about 2006. At this point, the cost of parts is about $489. If you can get someone to install these for $10, you can get this done for under $500. Otherwise, go to an authorized Husqvarna Viking dealer and check into trading your Designer 1 in for a Designer SE. You will then be able to plug in an external 3.5 floppy drive to read your old disks, a USB stick, or plug directly into your computer and read them from the hard drive (an upgraded Designer 1 can read ONLY from the stick). Used Designer SE's are very reasonably priced since the introduction of the Designer Diamond as the new top of the line and you may be able to get a full manufacturers warranty on the gently used machine.