I was embroidering one project and completed it. Went to the next and when I pushed trace to ensure it was alined properly the machine would only go left and right not up and down. The machine made the noicse as if was going up and down but never moved. When I pushed the start button the machine never moved the all the embroidery was all in one spot. I ws prompted to lower the Dog Feeder which I did and to no avail, this was no help at all either. Any suggestions?
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.Jef and .Dst will work on a Janome machine. You can buy designs per the hoop sizes for your machine. Buy, download, and transfer received file to a USB drive to transfer deign to machine.
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My machine is a bit different than yours but there is a way to back up your Janome 10 stitches at a time. Here is a thread that I initiated at the janome embroidery forum that should help you. Digimad included a detailed help for me. It should direct you to get you going again. Do join the forum the gals there are generally a great bunch and very helpful.
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I have had the same thing on my 11000 Janome. Asked the repair guy, but did not get an answer perfectly. It could be the mother board from what I gathered, it happens very infrequently but you loose everything and have to start over again. Very frustrating if you made any alterations to the pattern-I have learned to save everything in case it happens. Then I just start over but it is at least saved.
The solution was sooo easy.....one of my online embroidery groups suggested to put the card in my Janome and let the machine format it. It took about a minute and did not tell me what it was doing..and It worked! It put two folders on my card, Emb5 and ord#5, and I was to copy the jef files into the Emb5 folder, which I did and bingo! my Janome 9500 read the card and produced a screen with my jef files in it. I am a happy camper....I don't know if this works with all Janome machines but it did with mine. Thanks for being here to help. Pepsi lady