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    Which legs does the capris go on? Inobu We...

    Which legs does the capris go on?

    Inobu

    We stupid men have no fashion sense what so ever.
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    You should re-evaluate that job. Short run...

    You should re-evaluate that job. Short run specialty has no room for error. So if
    you mess up. You are paying for that Jacket. Not worth the risk.

    Too many variables to advise. Needle is just...
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    I would use your graphic program to trace out the...

    I would use your graphic program to trace out the image. Chances are that file was designed in a manner that uses up memory because a coordinate is out of the embroidery range.

    Check the file size...
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    Bruce, There's got to be more to the story....

    Bruce,

    There's got to be more to the story. Hook timing just doesn't go out normally its some kind of event.
    The event dictates the trouble shooting direction.

    Simple issue is the bobbin...
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    Chad, The ACA Trimmer is a module on the XTS....

    Chad,

    The ACA Trimmer is a module on the XTS. The XT has the single knife. Try adding a drop of oil in the two oil holes on the and C clip.
  6. Greg, You are in a tricky position. Based on...

    Greg,

    You are in a tricky position. Based on the trouble sequence something is most likely going on in your case assembly now. Something has come loose which has it maligned. If you reflect back...
  7. Thread: Hooping question

    by inobu
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    If you want convenience get a mighty hoop. They...

    If you want convenience get a mighty hoop. They are rather expensive but worth it over time.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q2Q27LawId8

    I started getting them a few at a time. Get two of the...
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    Walk away from that nightmare. Too many question...

    Walk away from that nightmare. Too many question which means its uncharted waters. One mistake can wipe out your profit and have you paying the customer. Find out what one of those jackets cost and...
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    Amaya Assuming that you checked the AC power...

    Amaya

    Assuming that you checked the AC power failure steps

    There is one possibility.......the controller/keypad should have the green LED flashing. If the green led is not flashing on the...
  10. Thread: Broken

    by inobu
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    Based on what you described you might need major...

    Based on what you described you might need major repairs. If the take up lever is broken and the needle bars are down then chances are the needle case is off that black front cover arm.
    The question...
  11. Try changing the LAN cable check the power...

    Try
    changing the LAN cable
    check the power options in PC
    Move Dongle to different USB port

    Inobu
  12. Thread: Bobbins

    by inobu
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    FFI, My advice to you is to get the TOWA...

    FFI,

    My advice to you is to get the TOWA Bobbin gauge. That way you can identify and eliminate any potential bobbin tension issues.

    Next make sure that the thread is routed through that little...
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    You must be careful in these types of problems....

    You must be careful in these types of problems. The PCB controller is $1200. You don't want to mis diagnose that when the problem may be a blown fuse or power supply.

    As stated before the light...
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    There are processes and procedures that one must...

    There are processes and procedures that one must adhere to in order to disassemble some components on the machine. You could very easily loosen the wrong screw and open a can of worms you may not be...
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    I agree with Judy its most likely in the PC. ...

    I agree with Judy its most likely in the PC.

    Try putting the dongle in another port. If it tried to load itself then you know it is a port problem.
    If it does not try to load then you can start...
  16. Thread: Fast frames

    by inobu
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    I 'm looking for a smaller frame and was...

    I 'm looking for a smaller frame and was considering fast frames so I give you my $.02

    Based on observation the method of clamping is not necessarily the best. There are a limited number of videos...
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    Actually those screws are saving you. The screws...

    Actually those screws are saving you. The screws are designed to break as it prevents you from stripping the threads on the X carriage frame. Cheaper to get the screws than to have a tech out to...
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    Kateo, It is hard and dangerous to advise you...

    Kateo,

    It is hard and dangerous to advise you because of all the possible problems. Depending on the crunching noise running the machine any further could destroy other components compounding the...
  19. Mike, I am new to the embroidery world and...

    Mike,

    I am new to the embroidery world and have been on a steep learning curve. Embroidery stitching is basically a tug-o-war between the top thread and the bobbin thread. The bobbin thread is...
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