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Re: I have a 170x100 hoop. My machine does not give
If it is not highlighted at the machine that means that the design you want to sew will not fit that hoop. You do not need a download for that hoop, just need to use designs that fit the embroidery field.
Sometimes you think a design will fit but the machine thinks otherwise. Trust the machine - it knows where the stitches are going and knows when it can't do it. I just loaded a design whose longest dimension was 97cm, other side was a lot smaller, but it would not let me sew it in the 100cm x 100cm hoop.
I was able to use my 150 x 150 hoop instead but if you do not have a choice of hoop, try downsizing the design in the Adjust menu. Try only one click each for height and width and then check if the hoop is available. If not, downsize one more click each dimension. Don't downsize a huge design using this technique - you won't like the result!
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The machine needs extra clearance within the hoop for a design, which seems to fit, but in reality does not allow the machine to manipulate the hoop. You can try reducing the design slightly so that it will fit within the hoop.
Sounds like the computer part is having a small 'pinstroke'!
First check is to clean the 'contact points' of the hoop, tighten the point where it attaches to the machine, etc.
Use canned air to blow out bits of thread or whatever may have lodged between the hoop and sensor.
Try a 'hard reboot' like you would do with a computer only unplug your machine while it is on and giving you this message.
If none of these work it is possible (worst case scenario) that you have a computer program problem.
But I would try the simple 'mechanical' things first because it sounds like your hoop is losing contact with the machine's sensor.
Do NOT open up the machine and try to perform surgery, especially if it is still in warranty-most manufacturers put in some type of seal or whatever that indicates when a non-certified technician has opened it and can make the warranty void.
Sewing machines have a "free sew" that allows you to move a hoop by your own choice any way you choose. This means the feed dogs are below the plate and will not move the material forward or backwards either. You need to find the button and switch it to feed.
Your machine would be able to perform 5 X 8 embroideries. The hoop size on this machine is recognized by the machine itself, depending of the embroidery file size. So it the embroidery is small, it will indicate that the small hoop is needed.
But U can use the large hoop, position the embroidery where U want then perform another embroidery on the sams hoop.
TRICK : the embroidery size exceeds the hoop? reduce it in X and or Y using this function on the machine
Make sure you have the latest software version. Current version you may check in About dialog under Help submenu and in the same submenu you wil find a function Live Update.
Also make sure you switch on the sewing machine either with the large hoop connected or without hoop. If sewing machine was switched on with the small hoop attached, it will provide this error message about wrong hoop.
The first thing to check is the software version on your machine. Later versions are far better at recognizing the proper hoop than the earlier versions. The current version is 2.24 . Check this by looking at the bottom, right corner of the welcome screen when the machine is first turned on. The numbers in that corner are your software version. If you are in the 2's, then adding the latest probably won't change this problem. Make sure that when the hoop is slid into position you do not go beyond the proper position. The release button on the hoop holder should drop down fully. If it is slightly raised, pull the hoop back toward you, without holding down on the button and see if it clicks down farther. If so, I recommend that you press the button just when you start the hoop onto the machine, then release it and as the hoop slides back it will click into the hole. Wiggle the hoop a little and the button should seat fully and then the machine should recognize it. If it still does not recognize the hoop, you may need professional attention.
If you have a light gray button then you need to have the embroidery unit upgraded. The hoop will fit on the machine, but the machine can not recognize the hoop. The new hoop holder that needs to be installed will have a second sensor trigger allowing the machine to recognize more hoops. The original holder only has one trigger and can only recognize earlier hoops. Contact an authorized Husqvarna repair center to have your embroidery unit upgraded.
Dear cjnations Firstly we must all remember thatthe CE200 is a very particular machine and requires that you follow certain procedures in order for it to run smoothly. When using the small hoop, firstly you must make sure that the small hoop is selected on the screen by going to Tools, Select Hoop & clicking on small frame. Once this has been done and the design selected, you must then attach the small hoop before sending the design to the machine. If you attach the hoop after sending the design, the machine will give you the error message. Good Luck!
The embroidery unit needs to be calibrated. Can only been done by a trained dealer. you can relax, it is not a major issue and shuold not cost you a arm and a leg. Ask the dealer to also calibrate your touch screen and download the working hours on your machine.