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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 180E Hoop problem
Joan, there are 3 micrositches on your embroidery unit arm. these switches are depressed when you attach the hoops, it appears from your comments that one switch is not functioning. This could be simple, it is out of alignment or more complex it is broken. Either way you need to take it to a professional for repair.
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
Make sure that the red disk (smaller than a floppy) on the underside of your embroidery unit has been removed. Remove and discard the red disk. It is used for shipping purposes only. Joyce
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
SOURCE: pfaff 2124 can't select a design
Be sure your embroidery card is in the side slot BEFORE you turn on your machine. If you are using a pre-loaded card, you would hit the "hoop" button first. This will move the embroidery portion. Then punch in the design number. If you are using a personal card, make sure your design was actually transferred to the card. The instructions in the book are TERRIBLE!
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
Firstly check that the embroidery arm is not hitting against something as it travels around. Even a very slight bump and put things off. However, most registration problems are caused by incorrect hooping or insufficient stabilising, or a combination of both. Even using the same fabric and same stabiliser you will not necessarily get the exact same sew-out results if there is slight variation in the amount of tension on the stabiliser. There are lots of tips out there for better hooping and stabilising, but my favourite is to hoop the stabiliser firmly then turn the hoop over and put 1" or 3/4" wide masking tape half-and-half over the edge of the hoop and onto the stabiliser on all four sides. This stops the stabiliser from moving about at all. Try it and see how it goes.
Posted on Dec 26, 2009
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