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How do I clear the memory?

Can't get more than 4-5 alphabets when the machine stops printing and won't go any further.

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What size lettering are you using? You can try smaller lettering or a larger hoop.
also try going to edit then clear.

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if turning the machine off and on does not clear it, taking the machine to be serviced would be a good idea, could be something wrong with the computer or have a short in it

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since it's a janome computerized sewing machine I would suggest
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The machine will feed the material you only need to guide it gently and it will sew the letters sideways.


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program-controlled sewing or embroidery machine comprising a stitch-forming device (2), an integrated microcomputer (4), at least one memory (16, 17) and at least one data interface (5), as well as a keyboard (12) and a display (11) for entering and monitoring or checking values for program control. To retrieve sewing or embroidery pattern data from a remote computer (mailbox) in a simple manner, the data interface (5) of the sewing or embroidery machine (1) is able to be connected directly to the mailbox (10) of a central computer (9) via a data transmission connection (7) via a corresponding modem (6), and the structural units which are necessary for communication with the mailbox (10), such as display (11), keyboard (12) and memory (16, 17) are disposed in the sewing or embroidery machine (1) itself, with the functional processes necessary for communication with the mailbox (10) being able to be controlled and monitored by the microcomputer (4) necessary for controlling the program of the sewing or embroidery machine. The invention further relates to a method of operating program-controlled sewing or embroidery machines.

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