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Rotating large hoop designs

I followed instructions pg 126 and 155 on Rotating. My design of Mickey and Minnie calls for the lg hoop., when I bring up the design it is 90 degress left, I have trie d all your instructions to get it straight UP. I tought I had it, NO way, I runied a perfectly good shirt by embroideryng it sideways. When I try to rotat it 10 or 1 it still goes 180 degres sideways. I hop you can understand as I tried o get helpfrom my SEw & Vc at Londonbridge Sop center. I ened up hanging up as he was so rude . He has the personsality of a duck. Hope ing for help as I haveried to do all the lrg design in your bookand alwys with the same results 90 degrees leftor right , never straight up, Blanche Marion bmarion@cox.ne

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Here's the link for the manual, if you don't have it.

get the adobe reader first here.

http://www.brother-usa.com/ModelDocuments/Consumer/Users%20Manual/UM_SE_270D_EN_199.PDF

Posted on Feb 17, 2008

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