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Re: Using a USB extension cord

blue_lak
 

Since we're discussing cables....could a USB "hub" be used to keep two embroidery machines constantly connected to the same computer?


Re: Happy Sewer

bhd02@...
 

Got it.


Re: Happy Sewer

Dotty Gullion
 

I have bought a used 11000. Hardly used. Ive taught myself to use machine but cant figure out where to start with installing software or getting designs off the internet.please help


Re: Tension

Virginia
 

Janome has a fairly new needle with a purple tip
 I find tension issues and skipped stitches have been corrected by simply changing to the purple tip needle 
 Virginia. 



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From: Mary Jo Hirsch <mjhshmoo@...>
Date: 1/13/19 7:14 PM (GMT-05:00)
To: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io
Subject: [onlinesewing-janome] Tension

my LucyLu, is behaving badly. First let me say. I’ve changed needles, thread masterpiece and aurfil. The thread continues to break, rethreaded numerous times.  Locked out to thread needle, auto thread didnot work and then suddenly worked.  My real problem the tension is inconsistent, at times upper and then other times .lower.
Cleaned bobbin area and upper thread channel.  I’m attempting straight sewing, ( red bobbin case) nothing fancy.  Any suggestions appreciated.


Re: Thread

Carole O'Mara
 

Thank you for the advice.  The design is a single run, open design.  I’ll try the 40wt thread and top stitch needle.
Carole





Re: Using a USB extension cord

Meryl Margolies
 

I tried that. the old cable won't go into the new one. Maybe it's just a faulty cable.
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Thank you,
Meryl


Re: Using a USB extension cord

Lucy Akers
 

If all you want to do is plug a cable into your machine that you can then plug various thumb drives into without always plugging them into your machine, you need something like this: https://www.amazon.com/UGREEN-Transfer-Enclosures-Printers-Cameras/dp/B00P0E3954/ref=sr_1_4?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1547468436&sr=1-4&keywords=usb+to+usb
They are too long but you can coil them up 


Computerized embroidery comes full circle

Jim Stutsman
 


Re: MBX 4.5

Kaye Lessard
 

I updated a digitizer jr to mbx 4.5 and had to call Terri at Janome us
I now have a call out for another lady who tried to install from 4.0 mbx to 4.5 update
Hoping she calls her tomorrow!!
I believe (access code) it has to do with the cross stitch program - I had the program already when I installed my 4.5 update
So code came up!!

I do have request though for anyone who has
Mbx4.5 where is the cross stitch program located? I think it was under file but as I have 5 now not sure!!!

Kaye in la


Re: Thread

Tracy
 

Carole -

The 90/14 needle will work great if you are quilting thru 2 layers of fabric and batting.  No worries about the quilt itself.  If the needle will slide back and forth on the thread- the thread is not to thick for the needle you have.  If it doesn't slide easily without getting stuck when you run the thread thru the eye and then hold one hand higher than the other and then the other hand higher (back and forth) then you need a larger eye on your needle.  Try a top-stitching 90/14 needle.  

I am not sure about the acufil question you ask - but if the thread is the right color and the needle isn't an issue- then go for it.

Tracy in Nashville, TN


Re: Tension

Mary Jo Hirsch
 

Thank you for a little help from a friend.  Lucy Lu is herself again.  Thanks 😊👍⛑

On Sun, Jan 13, 2019 at 9:35 PM onlinesewing via Groups.Io <onlinesewing=icloud.com@groups.io> wrote:
Try flossing out the tension. Fold a narrow strip of fabric in half. Lock the machine. Put the folded edge into the tension slot and floss it back and forth. Hopefully that will dislodge the debris that's in the tension causing inconsistent tension. If that fails you probably need to see your dealer.

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Re: Thread

Jim Stutsman
 

40wt should be fine. The topstitch 14 recommendation is probably related to the thickness of the quilt. The larger eye would also be less likely to fray the cotton thread.


Re: Using a USB extension cord

Jim Stutsman
 

You didn't do anything wrong. Plug the NEW cable into your computer. Plug the OLD cable into the end of the new one. That will leave the correct end for plugging into the machine.


Re: Happy Sewer

Jim Stutsman
 

After you create the album you will have the option to add photos to it.


Re: MBX 4.5

Jim Stutsman
 

You didn't say, so I'm assuming that it has been working up until now. Try installing this update: https://www.janome.co.jp/e/e_downloads/digitizer_mbx_v45h.html
If the update is already installed, then shut down Windows. Then turn it on and restart. If you are still having the problem it may be a dongle issue and you'll need to seek Janome Tech Support.


Re: Tension

Jim Stutsman
 

Try flossing out the tension. Fold a narrow strip of fabric in half. Lock the machine. Put the folded edge into the tension slot and floss it back and forth. Hopefully that will dislodge the debris that's in the tension causing inconsistent tension. If that fails you probably need to see your dealer.


Re: Happy Sewer

bhd02@...
 

I seem to be missing something. On the home page, if I click on photos, there's an opportunity to create a new album, but no "add photo".  If I click on Messages, just messages come up, no "add photo". I will keep trying.


Tension

Mary Jo Hirsch
 

my LucyLu, is behaving badly. First let me say. I’ve changed needles, thread masterpiece and aurfil. The thread continues to break, rethreaded numerous times.  Locked out to thread needle, auto thread didnot work and then suddenly worked.  My real problem the tension is inconsistent, at times upper and then other times .lower.
Cleaned bobbin area and upper thread channel.  I’m attempting straight sewing, ( red bobbin case) nothing fancy.  Any suggestions appreciated.


MBX 4.5 photo

Marsha
 

The dialog photo is in the Marsha folder
thanks
Marsha Ryan


MBX 4.5

Marsha
 

Jim,
I am getting a dialog box asking for access codes when trying to load MBX 4.5, picture in the photos section. Is this a driver issue? Can you please tell me how to fix this?
thanks
Marsha Ryan