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Does the machine sew normal or just embroidery

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Just embroidery as far as I know

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My Bernini 830 would not recognize the embroidery attachment. I re-attached many times, but it doesn't work.


I assume you mean a Bernina 830. If you have removed the slide-on table, I have two possible solutions. I've seen this with a couple of Viking embroidery attachment units. (I am also assuming it's not a hoop issue.)

You could have corrosion on the pins that send the signals between the embroidery attachment and the sewing machine. Remove the embroidery attachment and turn off the sewing machine. Unplug the sewing machine. Spray the pins with an electronic contact cleaner; one example is here: http://www.homedepot.com/p/CRC-QD-11-oz-Contact-Cleaner-02130-6/202262505 . Push the embroidery attachment into the sewing machine by lifting up the far side and then sliding it into the port. Remove the embroidery attachment. Repeat this a few times. (The friction of the insertion and removal will remove any dirt or corrosion.) Plug in the sewing machine and turn it on. Try connecting the embroidery attachment. If it works, remember to clean the contacts the next time the embroidery attachment isn't recognized.

Once I helped someone with two sewing/embroidery machines with an unrecognized embroidery attachment. In that case, the person swapped which embroidery unit went with which machine. The contacts were not the same and didn't mate. Once the correct machine and embroidery unit were paired, the embroidery unit was recognized instantly.

I hope this helps. If it doesn't, you may need to talk to your Bernina repair technician at your local shop.

Cindy Wells

Aug 19, 2017 | Sewing Machines

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Will the premier embroidery System work on my janome 9900?


Hello Maria
The Premier Embroidery System software is compatible with all sewing machine brands.
Once an embroidery design whether created or downloaded can be saved in various embroidery formats. You can save the design as .jef and use it in your Janome embroidery sewing machine. If the same design is saved in other formats, it can be used in other sewing machine brands.
The Premier Embroidery Software is amazing.

Please let me know if this is helpful.
Happy stitching

Mar 03, 2017 | Janome Sewing Machines

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I'm confused. I want a machine that sews normal needs. Including upholstery fabrics. And embroidery stitches


Well, you may have to compromise somewhere. Most household sewing machines have difficulty sewing heavy upholstery fabric. Computerized machines are not built as sturdy and will not hold up as well as mechanical machines when sewing heavy fabrics. Many people sewing upholstery will elect to purchase an older mechanical sewing machine, most made prior to the 1970's, that are all metal. Some of the older mechanical machines will include some fancy design stitches built-in or with removable cams (Pfaff, Kenmore, Necchi, Singer come to mind, but there are many more). You may want to visit a sewing shop and ask about what mechanical machines are available and tell them what you are looking for.

If you want to do fancy embroidery that is the craze right now, you will want a computerized embroidery machine that will use computer programmed designs, usually on memory sticks, etc. However, depending on how and how much you plan to use embroidery, your cost could be anywhere from ~$1500 to $15,000. Oh the other hand, you would not want to use this machine to create upholstery projects.

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Dec 20, 2015 | Sewing Machines

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My machine does not recognize that the embroidery unit is attached. It keeps saying attach embroidery unit. Has anyone had this problem


What make and model of sewing machine do you have? I have seen this problem with a Husqvarna Viking Designer I (or similar older Viking machine). In that case, the problem was corrosion on the contacts between the embroidery unit and the sewing machine. The solution was to use an electronic contact cleaner to clean the contacts; this is one product: http://www.amazon.com/CRC-05101-QD-Electronic-Cleaner/dp/B000CCMLD0 . Make sure that the machine is unplugged. Spray the contact cleaner on the contacts. (In some cases, you should then connect the embroidery unit to the machine and remove it a few times.) Allow the product to dry before you plug in the sewing machine again.

In another case, the solution was actually easier. The owner had two similar embroidery machines. She managed to mix up which embroidery unit went with which sewing machine. Neither embroidery unit could be properly seated on the machine that she attempting to use it with. Once the embroidery unit was paired with the correct machine, both pairs worked.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Aug 03, 2015 | Sewing Machines

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After setting up the embroidery module and preparing the thread, plate, and needle and then choosing design and hoop it wont sew. Yes, it is on. Foot pedal connected. The reverse button will not sta


Can you describe your problem a bit better.
From what you describing it sounds like the machine does start to embroider, it starts slow then it stops.
It is normal when you first start to embroider that the machine runs very slowley, does just a few stitches and stops. This is normal and all Berninas do this. The machine stops after these first few embroidery stitches so you can cut off the extra piece of thread. Cut off the extra thread then push the reversing button again and the machine should start to embroider. It will stop again if a color change is needed. This information is provided in your owners manual.
Make sure you have lowered the feed dogs for embroidery and there is no need to have the foot control attached for embroidery though it won't affect anything if it is attached to the machine...

Sep 16, 2014 | Bernina Artista 180

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What needles do I need


As above, your machine will work fine with either standard sewing machine needles or embroidery needles from Schmetz, Organ, or Singer, but most experienced users find they use standard sewing machine needles instead of embroidery needles which are much more expensive. The only difference is on embroidery needles the eye is slightly larger.

Now, as to your snapping thread! The needle is not usually the cause of that. Your problem is being caused by too much tension being applied to the thread BEFORE it goes into the thread path, or it can also be caused by aged thread. Even if you purchased it new, it could have been standing on the shelf for a while. Most experienced users don't put the thread on the provided spindle; instead, put it in a mug placed at the back of the machine away from the embroidery hoop, and then thread normally. If you have a CE-200, you will have an auxiliary silver thread holder at the back you can use before the thread enters the normal thread path. Also, try switching the thread (as well as the thread brand) you are using to test if the problem is the thread.

Mar 10, 2014 | Singer CE-200 Quantum Futura Computerized...

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While working, the embroidery machine stopped with this message on screen.I stopped it and worked a few stitches and the stopped again with the same message. The next day I started the machine again a


Please you ask your machine service provider or embroidery Machine service mechanic. My suggestion Normally every year machine service and over oil the machine is safest way.

Feb 06, 2014 | Sewing Machines

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Put in viking machine embroidery arm, the machine went crazy then shut off? help?


More details needed. What model machine? What does "went crazy" mean? What happens when you turn the switch off, then on again (with the embroidery arm attached)? Does the machine function normally once the embroidery arm is removed?

Jan 04, 2013 | Husqvarna Sewing Machines

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My bobbin thread keeps coming to the top of my fabric during embroidering on my Singer Futura CE350, I've tried bobbin embroidery thread, regular embroidery thread and clear nylon thread, I've tried...


With the embroidering, some of the bobbin thread is SUPPOSED to show on the top of your embroidery-the machine isn't doing anything incorrectly. You'll need to thread your bobbin with the same thread as you are using with the top. I had the same "problem" when I first got the machine and took it to a wonderful local technician whose helped me with a lot of things who informed me that this is perfectly normal on embroidery machines.

Oct 23, 2010 | Singer CE350

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Start/stop button is not working.


When you have the embroidery unit connected to the machine, you must have the foot pedal cord disconnected. Then it should work. As for using this machine for normal sewing, yes, it is supposed to do that. Unless you get a lemon like mine. It lost reverse, and only takes long stitches. Hopefully your luck is better than mine with this Disney "thing".

Jan 19, 2009 | Yamata FY101-1A

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