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The stitch regulator from the grace company well are not turn on. I have been using this all day and it's working fine I had to leave for a while.I turned it off. it will not turn back on

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have you checked to see if the needle is inserted into the needle
holder correctly
have you checked to see if it's the correct size needle for the machine& for the fabric
check for burrs in the needle plate area & on the bobbin case
if these suggestions don't help then it's possible that the machine
needs to be checked at a sewing machine shop to see if the
machine could be slightly out of time.

Posted on Aug 20, 2012

SOURCE: Stitch regulator not working properly

it would be a good idea to have the machine checked, the stitch
length regulator need to be checked to see if it's worn or a gear
that move the part is worn and may need to be replaced.

Posted on Oct 23, 2012

hansensack
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SOURCE: need help in using the grace sure stitch regulator

I am having irregular stitches on the forward/backward motion. I am using a Janome 16000 P on a Gracie II frame. (I purchased this as a used productin a private sale) Do I need a darning plate to effectively use the Sure Stitch regulator in a free motion mode or with a template?

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Janome Memory Craft 8200QC Horizon. Can you get a stitch regulator? How does it work? Does it help to free motion stitch ?


You should check with a Janome dealer if your machine can use a stitch regulator. Machines that take a stitch regulator need the ability to plug into the machine, which is not available on a lot of machines unless they have the stitch regulator function. A stitch regulator helps some people. It still takes a lot of practice moving the fabric smoothly.

On my BSR, it has an "eye" that measures the distance the fabric moves under the presser foot so it can stitch at the specified distance. The faster the fabric moves, the faster it stitches, but the stitches tend to more uniform in length.

FWIW, I read a summary of the Janome 8200 QC Horizon and there was no mention of a stitch regulator.

http://freemotionquilting.blogspot.com/2011/05/piecing-quilting-on-janome-horizon-7700.html

Mar 11, 2017 | Janome Sewing Machines

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Stitch regulator not working properly


it would be a good idea to have the machine checked, the stitch
length regulator need to be checked to see if it's worn or a gear
that move the part is worn and may need to be replaced.

Oct 23, 2012 | Janome Sewing Machines

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Shredding thread


have you checked to see if the needle is inserted into the needle
holder correctly
have you checked to see if it's the correct size needle for the machine& for the fabric
check for burrs in the needle plate area & on the bobbin case
if these suggestions don't help then it's possible that the machine
needs to be checked at a sewing machine shop to see if the
machine could be slightly out of time.

Aug 20, 2012 | Sewing Machines

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I was sewing this afternoon, it was fine. This evening I tried to turn on my machine, but it wouldn't turn on. It's three years old, made in Japan/


First, the obvious-make sure the machine is plugged in well, and you don't have a tripped circuit breaker. Then, check where the cord plugs into the machine. Check the cord for breaks. If you have a stitch regulator, be certain to turn it on before trying to turn on the machine. Recheck all connections. Check all the connections on the sensor wheels of the regulator-poor contact will break the signal between the regulator and the machine. If it still won't turn on, maybe the Quilting Fairie is telling you to leave it alone for a day or so, and go back to it. Good luck! :)

May 31, 2011 | Juki TL-98Q

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Machine sews fine when it is set up on a table, but when it is on the Gracie II quilting frame and operated by their stitch regulator, the stitch quality is very bad. It varies from fair to very bad - I...


Use a carpenter's level to level up your frame, and be sure to keep the quilt leveled up to barely above the throat plate on the machine, and level front to back. Check the connections on the regulator sensors. If even one is not making good connection, you'll have skipped or broken stitches.

Jan 24, 2011 | Juki TL-98Q

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Need help in using the grace sure stitch regulator of quilting


I am having irregular stitches on the forward/backward motion. I am using a Janome 16000 P on a Gracie II frame. (I purchased this as a used productin a private sale) Do I need a darning plate to effectively use the Sure Stitch regulator in a free motion mode or with a template?

Mar 04, 2010 | Janome Sewing Machines

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I have a Janome 1600P QC drags on a Little Gracie 2 frame


Sorry for your headache. It is the frame. If it is not level, balanced, you have hell to pay. Also it there is a nick in the grooves of the carriage tracks this will cause a machine problem. You may be able to repair the frame, or level it about the old level the table trick, put something under that part.

Good luck

Sep 06, 2009 | Janome Sewing Machines

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