Question about Baby Lock Esante
I mistakenly threw away my embroidery foot for my ESI-2. I need to find a place to buy a replacement. Don't care if it's used, just need it for my machine.
SOURCE: Baby Lock Esanti ESI-2
You might want to try this solution first, although maybe your dealer has already tried it. With your machine off, hold the start/stop button, the reverse button and the needle position button down with one hand. While holding them, turn the machine on. What will come up is a screen to recalibrate your LCD. You won't need the first screen, so press the thread cutting button one time. The next screen changes the brightness level. The reverse button on your machine makes it darker, and the needle position button makes it lighter. I stumbled upon this by accident one day while recalibrating. I'd like to know if this works for you, although by now, maybe you have bought a new screen...
Posted on Mar 15, 2008
The arms are serial numbered to match the machine. Each series esante is different.
If you can get me a serial number (off the back of the machine) I will tell you which series you need to order. I can get it through my work.
Posted on May 27, 2008
AT LEAST you have the petal and power cord - I had to order that from a place in online at sew4less.com - the foot petal was 49.95 and the cord was 14.95. I see a slot in the side of mine and it's for a memory card - those are 119....
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
Check that the button used to snip your thread at the end of your seam is not stuck. Mine will sometimes stick and if I just touch it again it will again activate and the red start/stop button will work again.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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