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Re: Video from Janome Institute

Virginia
 

Not sure where you live  however the actual upgrade to the HP plate and foot and threader should have been free. It was the kit with the ruler work that should have been at a cost. Janome sent out an email about the upgrade and stated that the dealer were provided the threaders enough to cover for each 15000 that had been sold. Some dealers did charge for a service if the machine had not been serviced and that was understandable. We should all get our machines serviced at least once a year any how and some every 6 months if used more. If you had to pay for the actual upgrade is really sad.

 
 



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-------- Original message --------
From: Judi Rutherford <willwork4fabric@...>
Date: 8/29/19 8:07 AM (GMT-05:00)
To: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io
Subject: Re: [onlinesewing-janome] Video from Janome Institute

Hi Vikki,

Yes you can upgrade the 15000 to use the HP plate and foot.  The upgrade includes a new threader and several additional feet and a swap for 1 foot because of the changes they make for the new threader.  This upgrade has been around for at least 18 months.  I paid for the upgrade to the HP plate and foot and love it!!!!

Judi



Re: Video from Janome Institute

Cheryl Alm
 

Seems like there is always something very nice on a machine that they do not include on the next high end model.   The 11000 had a separate motor for the bobbin winder and I never had a problem winding a nice tight bobbin.   They took that away on the 12000 and 15000 and bobbin winding is now more problematic.  Janome should survey their owners for favorite features.


On Aug 29, 2019, at 8:11 AM, Richard and Debra <doherty4@...> wrote:

Sorry, hit the send button before I signed!

Deb (KY)


Re: Video from Janome Institute

Vikki Youngmeyer
 

Can the upgrade be made by a certified Janome technician in the shop or does
it have to be sent to Janome in New Jersey?

Vikki
Houston, TX

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Behalf Of Judi Rutherford
Sent: Thursday, August 29, 2019 7:07 AM
To: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io
Subject: Re: [onlinesewing-janome] Video from Janome Institute

Hi Vikki,

Yes you can upgrade the 15000 to use the HP plate and foot. The upgrade
includes a new threader and several additional feet and a swap for 1 foot
because of the changes they make for the new threader. This upgrade has
been around for at least 18 months. I paid for the upgrade to the HP plate
and foot and love it!!!!

Judi


Re: Video from Janome Institute

Judi Rutherford
 

Hi Vikki,

Yes you can upgrade the 15000 to use the HP plate and foot. The upgrade includes a new threader and several additional feet and a swap for 1 foot because of the changes they make for the new threader. This upgrade has been around for at least 18 months. I paid for the upgrade to the HP plate and foot and love it!!!!

Judi


Re: Video from Janome Institute

Richard and Debra
 

Sorry, hit the send button before I signed!

Deb (KY)


Re: Video from Janome Institute

Richard and Debra
 

I have the 9400 and love it, but of course had to check out the new M7 and did a side by side comparison on the Janome site.  Yes, it is somewhat bigger, but didn't really see a big enough difference to make me want to trade my 9400 in.  However, the one thing I would really miss on my 9400 is the pull-out light on top!  I love that light, and was suprised that it was not included on the M7!


Re: Update to Needle Assembly Shudders Post

lindaobryant1@...
 

I had a similar experience.  I was taking a class at my dealership and my machine jammed up when I tried to use the "new needle threader".  Teacher couldn't fix it so I left it for the repairman who had the day off.  After I thought about the estimated cost, I called back to the shop as soon as they opened to tell them not to fix the machine and that I would come and pick it up.  Well, guess what; the repairman had already fixed.it and headed to their other store in a different city.  Cost to me $231.00.  I felt like I got ripped.  No new parts just a bill for $231.00.
 I will be voting with my feet.  My Janome 15000 is not my favorite machine and I barely use it so I know I haven't worn it out.


Linda 
Eugene, Oregon


On Wed, Aug 28, 2019 at 7:06 PM <jfinn724@...> wrote:
On July 19th I posted this about our needle assemble / presser foot problem.

When we turn on our MC 15000 the needle assembly shudders and the display says to raise the presser foot and turn off the machine. The presser foot does not raise, and the machine’s buttons are ineffective. When we turn the machine back on the same thing happens.

Jim offered some helpful suggestions that did not resolve the problem, so our dealer shipped the machine to Janome. We have it back now and it is in fine order. Here is the outcome. I am posting in hopes that 1) this may solve the problem for someone else without the grief of shipping to Janome, and 2) to let the person who asked about the cost of sending a machine to Janome what we experienced. 

Janome replaced the presser foot step motor sensor and centered it. They then checked out the whole machine and returned it to our dealer here in suburban Chicago. They did not find any other problem. The cost for all of this was $366 including replacing the bobbin case. $130 of this was for shipping the machine to Janome. $28 was for the bobbin case. The Janome charge was $208 including return shipping.

We would like to thank Jim for his help. We also wish to thank our local dealer and technician for their perseverance.

Pat and Alice


550e

Pixey
 

One thing I am going to be curious about is to see the 550e manual and whether the maintenance on it will be as laborious as that of the 500e or if that is something that Janome has improved.

I do find somewhat idiotic is that they give you a larger hoop with the 550e, but it reads like they took away the 5x7 hoop and it is now an extra add-on purchase. Another example of the people in design and marketing not really understanding their client.

Pixey


Update to Needle Assembly Shudders Post

jfinn724@...
 

On July 19th I posted this about our needle assemble / presser foot problem.

When we turn on our MC 15000 the needle assembly shudders and the display says to raise the presser foot and turn off the machine. The presser foot does not raise, and the machine’s buttons are ineffective. When we turn the machine back on the same thing happens.

Jim offered some helpful suggestions that did not resolve the problem, so our dealer shipped the machine to Janome. We have it back now and it is in fine order. Here is the outcome. I am posting in hopes that 1) this may solve the problem for someone else without the grief of shipping to Janome, and 2) to let the person who asked about the cost of sending a machine to Janome what we experienced. 

Janome replaced the presser foot step motor sensor and centered it. They then checked out the whole machine and returned it to our dealer here in suburban Chicago. They did not find any other problem. The cost for all of this was $366 including replacing the bobbin case. $130 of this was for shipping the machine to Janome. $28 was for the bobbin case. The Janome charge was $208 including return shipping.

We would like to thank Jim for his help. We also wish to thank our local dealer and technician for their perseverance.

Pat and Alice


Re: Video from Janome Institute

Cheryl Paul
 

So now we know that there is no new machine to replace the 15000. I was getting ready to trade mine in - guess that will be another year. Amy did a very good job of presenting her video.

Cheryl - Saskatoon


Re: Video from Janome Institute

Jim Stutsman
 

You must have missed a few memos. The Quilt Maker Upgrade Kit (https://www.janome.co.jp/e/e_downloads/pdf/janomebulletin/JTM-1032_Quilt_Maker_Accessory_Upgrade_Kit.pdf) contains the HP plate and foot. If your 15000 is 2.11 it can be upgraded. This all happened two years ago.


Re: Video from Janome Institute

Carolyn Gazerro
 

Pat, Thanks for your input.

I agree the 15000 has everything I need and I am very happy with it!

Carolyn 🌹


Re: Video from Janome Institute

Vikki Youngmeyer
 

One change I have noticed between the model 15000 that is currently being sold and older models is that there is an additional plate and foot  which is the HP plate and ¼”foot which gives a very nice quarter inch seam. I don’t know if the older models we purchased can be upgraded to use this. I looked briefly at the Janome website, but nothing about an upgrade of this sorts jumped out at me.

 

Vikki

Houston, TX


Re: Video from Janome Institute

Carolyn Gazerro
 

Jim, Thanks for the info. I imagine it works like the QR scanner App. Maybe compatible?
Would be nice to be able to access info on the 15000!

Carolyn 🌹


Re: Video from Janome Institute

Jim Stutsman
 

It's a possibility. There is nothing currently in the app that says anything about using it on other machines. This app is very different from the other Janome apps, right from the first launch. You are presented with a screen full of legalese terms and conditions related to using the app. Apple is VERY aggressive when it comes to privacy, so I'm sure this was required just to get it in the app store. The EU also requires disclosure on what information is collected. The terms state that the app will collect and share data related to the use of the app, the IP address it was connected to, and machine information. It says that they do not collect your name, address, or email address. That's not really necessary, since once they have your IP address they can get everything else they need from data that Facebook has collected. That said, until you accept the terms and tick the box, you are not using the app.

From VERY limited use, since we don't have the machine, it appears to be an interactive manual. Amy's comment about it being used for other machines may have been a misinterpretation of an icon on the tab bar at the bottom of the app. It has a machine icon and is labeled "Other". However it's not for other machines, but other sewing information related to using the machine.

If you want to learn a bit more about the machine you can download the app now for free. Search "AcuSpark" - it's the only one in the App Store. However do read the legal terms and conditions carefully to make sure you are comfortable with the information being harvested from you.


Re: Video from Janome Institute

Patricia Ward
 

Carolyn, it is my understanding that there is a code that you must scan into the ipad App to get the App to bring up the information. Someone asked if it could be used on the 15000 and I do believe one of the educators said it was only for the new M7.  You need a code to activate it and one of them said there was no code for the 15000.  

Didn't sound to me as though there was any upgrade for the 15000 except for some new rulers and something with ruler sewing.. maybe an educator can clarify that for us. 

Personally, I am very very happy with what all we have on the 15000.   

Pat

On Wed, Aug 28, 2019 at 8:25 AM Carolyn Gazerro <cmgazerro@...> wrote:
Jim, Mentions App Acuspark can be used on other machines.  Does that mean an upgrade for 15000?

Carolyn 🌹




Re: Video from Janome Institute

Carolyn Gazerro
 

Jim, Mentions App Acuspark can be used on other machines. Does that mean an upgrade for 15000?

Carolyn 🌹


Re: transfer files from stitch composer to USB stick

Kaye Lessard
 

You need to be on sewing not embroidery
As this is a decorative stitch you made
Kaye In la


Video from Janome Institute

kathy palma
 

Amy Johnson, of Amy's Free Motion Quilting Adventure, posted a video from Janome Institute on a new quilting machine

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12OWfJ611vs


Re: transfer files from stitch composer to USB stick

huskiclay@...
 

 thank you for replying - i will get busy and try again.  


On Mon, Aug 26, 2019 at 2:11 AM favymtz <favymtz@...> wrote:
The program installs the stitch file into the ORD folder.
After creating the stitch, select Write a Design, the path to the usb opens.
Select the usb by clicking on it. When you do this you’ll notice the ORD folder opens and the sub folder of Ordf is available. You can put the stitch file in the ORD or in the Ordf folder, the machine can use either one.
Then when at the machine in the Created Stitches category select the icon to import a file and the ORD folder opens. Find the stitch in whichever folder you saved it in.
Favymtz 
 

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