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Kenmore 19005 I have a Janome 10001 embroidery machine and purchased a kenmore 19005 machine as a second machine. I have hundreds of embroidery designs loaded on ata memory cards which work in the janome machine but the kenmore wont read the cards. Am I doing something wrong? The are all in Jef format and both machines are made by janome. Any ideas on making them work

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  • Gail Adams Jul 14, 2013

    Where do you get such a tiny flash drive??

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    L find l cant get some memory cards to work

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The memory card cannot be over 128 mb. Also the files need to be .jef format and stored in an emb folder on the card. I hope this helps.

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