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Janome 350E suddenly stopped reading the USB stick. As soon as I select My Design it shuts down and restarts over and over again. What could be wrong?

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SOURCE: need help with transferring designs to machine

Put the cd into your computer drive and open it. Put your usb stick into one of the ports and open it as well. You must have the emb folder on the usb stick to put the designs into. If they are not there already- turn off your sewing machine and put the stick in. Turn on the machine and go to settings, then embroidery. Find the one that says Format. and touch that one and then let it do it's thing.

Once you have the folders on the usb stick- you can highlight the design name you want from the list (cd file) and drag it to the folder on the usb stick. Alternatively... right click on the design you want to move. Select copy. Open the folder on the usb stick and right click inside it. Select Paste. The design should appear in the folder for the usb and then you can take it out of your computer... put it into the machine and find the design.

If I can help with anything else... lmk.
Tracy in Nashville, TN

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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Notice if this problem ever happens with the memory sitck that came with your machine. If it does then it may be the outlet you plug your stick into. Look at the outlet, does it looked damaged in any way?
Some USB sticks now come with programs on them with could be causing a conflict in your machine.

I would look at the files on your original stick through windows explorer and see if there are program type files that you could copy to other sticks that may help them communicate with the machine better.

Posted on Oct 10, 2009

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SOURCE: how do i get rid of short of memory space the

before you can add more to that memory stick you must first delete something else ...if everything you have on that memory stick is important to you and you dont want to erase anything then you can get another perhaps larger memory stick .. they are normally not expensive .. if nothing is important on that stick then you can reformat (initialize) it .. that will erase everything and you will be starting over with a fresh memory ..

Posted on Jan 05, 2010

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SOURCE: the carriage on my Janome 350E will only move left

When my janome 350e did this I had to take it in to be calibrated and one month later it did it again and I had to take it back it has not given me any problems since but it would be nice to know how to do this myself it only took 5 minutes for this and takes me 3 hours there and 3 hours back. Hope this helps.
brenbb@skywayusa.net

Posted on Jan 12, 2010

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SOURCE: My carriage on my Janome 350E is jammed and is not

See if the embroidery arm is bent, that will jam the unit as it trys to move. If is bent you may be able to straighten my bending it gently. The arms get bent by tilting the machine to the back while the arm is exrended.

Posted on Apr 14, 2010

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Put the cd into your computer drive and open it. Put your usb stick into one of the ports and open it as well. You must have the emb folder on the usb stick to put the designs into. If they are not there already- turn off your sewing machine and put the stick in. Turn on the machine and go to settings, then embroidery. Find the one that says Format. and touch that one and then let it do it's thing.

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If I can help with anything else... lmk.
Tracy in Nashville, TN

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