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Esante feed dog problem

I have a esate i have checked the feed dog and it seems the white shaft that holds the feed dogs up is not doing it's job it seems to look fine on the shaft i can hold them up with a scredriver and they are about a fourth aof and inch away from the shaft that holds them up the screw seems tight as i can't turn it with a scredriver do i need to maybe raise that screw up so it is touching that white piece the cam looks good no knicks or anything i can see plese help..

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  • RLVC Jul 24, 2008

    i tried to lossen and retighten still not up they will come up when the needle is in the down posotion but they lower as soon as you raise the needle

  • RLVC Jul 24, 2008

    still no answer on the fix about the feed dogs maybe one of the other experts canhelp

  • RLVC Jul 24, 2008

    i have checked and it is in straight sew and the feed dog switch is in the sew mode not the embroidery mode i did get the screw lose and have tightened it back done not to tight about where it was so that it is not touching the plastic arm even checked the front of the feed dog bar it is nice and tight can't fiqure it out

  • RLVC Jul 26, 2008

    how do i reset the computer on the machine?

  • RLVC Jul 27, 2008

    I CAN NOT FIND ANYTHING ON THE BABY LOCK SITE TO HELP WITH MY FEED DOG PROBLEM

  • RLVC Jul 27, 2008

    MY MACHINE IS A ESATE MODELESe I DO NOT HAVE USB PORT ON THIS MACHINE

  • RLVC Jul 28, 2008

    I HAVE RESET THE COMPUTER DID NOT HELP THIS AM THOUGHT I WOULD TRY TO PUT THE EMBRODER UNIT ON I CAN'T GET IT TO MOVE THE SCREEN WILL NOT LET ME HIT THE CHECK BUTTON TO START THE AMRM MOVING I HAVE RECABERLATED THE SCREEN BUT STILL CAN;T HIT THE CHECK BUTTON I THOUGHT MAYBE TURNING IT OFF AND BACK ON WOULD HELP BUT IT DID;T GOT ANY IDEA'S

  • RLVC Jul 28, 2008

    OK I HAVE GOT THE EMBRODERY UNIT TO MOVE AND GO BACK TO STORAGE POSTION BUT STILL NO FEED DOGS UP I DID GET THEM TO POP UP ONCE BUT IT WOULDN'T SEW AT ALL.

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Hello,

Uninstall the softwares about your esate (you should uninstall all the drivers of esate from the Pc, and then restart the system. disconnect and reconnect the connection towards the pc and esate and make sure that the ports is really working. because sometimes and most of the time the connection is only the errors.

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U have not fit needl proper chk it

Posted on Jul 28, 2008

  • Anonymous Jul 29, 2008

    remove & reinstall the driver

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Try to use a small amount of penetrating oil, very small amount, like the wd-40, like spray it on a small cap, then get a toothpick, dip it on the wd-40 then put small amounts on the screw, then wipe the excess off. be carefull not to put too much.

Posted on Jul 27, 2008

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You can reset the computer on the machine by unpluging the cord for 5 hours and after 5 re plug again and it will reset...

Hope this may help;

Regards,
VOTIT

Posted on Jul 27, 2008

  • LORETO LACARON
    LORETO LACARON Jul 28, 2008

    I wonder if the lever or button that drops the feed dogs for
    free motion embroidery has been engaged...

    Also take off the needle plate and do a thorough delinting. I've seen enough lint jammed behind
    and under feed dogs that they didn't have a prayer of moving. Try this also You
    should have a lever on the right hand side underneath the stitch length lever
    or dial, or, if you open the slide plate there should be a lever near the teeth
    to lower them down, if you do not have any levers then you cannot lower them
    down, you may have to use a raised throat plate to sew buttons on


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    LORETO LACARON Aug 12, 2008

    did the solutions from all of us experts solved your problem if not then let us know the current updates so all the fixya experts can assist you further

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Please Click Here to go to the BabyLock FAQ site. It sounds like your differential feed is not set properly. Refer to the User's Manual for proper settings.

Baby Lock Support Site

Esante

Posted on Jul 26, 2008

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    Georgia B Jul 27, 2008

    What exactly is the issue with the machine? Is it not feeding the fabric? The feed dogs do work in an up/down motion while pulling the fabric through. There is also usually a foot pressure adjustment.

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If there is a darning mode on this unit, check to make sure it's not in the darn mode. In darn mode the feed dogs raise and don't work.

Posted on Jul 24, 2008

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    Ryan Rogers Jul 24, 2008

    This machine is electronically controlled. It's possible that the computer has malfunctioned. Can you or have ouy tried reseting it?

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    Ryan Rogers Jul 26, 2008

    I was browsing the Baby Lock support site and found that there is a few updates and patches to correct some minor bugs with the machine. You might try these updates and see if it corrects the problem.

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Have you tried lubricating them?

Posted on Jul 24, 2008

  • dewan nafees ahmed Jul 24, 2008

    the screw is tight since it is not screwed from a long time.

    actually its not lubricating.

    pour some kerosene oil over the screw and leave it for one night.

    try removing the screw next day.

    you can do it successfully.


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