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#79794 Oct 23, 2011

I recall reading about the problem of the 200/730 stitching in place while embroidering....and the machine woudln't turn off....and there was a solution. But, since my machine had never done that in the 9 years I've owned her, I didn't pay attention to the messages.

This afternoon, she did exactly that...stitch in place while embroidering, and wouldn't turn off. The embroidery I was doing today is the same thing I've done for the past 3 days, without a problem. So, I tried to find the answer in old posts in the message file, but couldn't.

Ok, I need your help here. What's the reason for the 200/730 stitching in place, and what's the solution that the dealer is supposed to do to fix it?

Thanks for your help!

Sandy



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#79806 Oct 23, 2011

As near as I can tell, the problem can be two-fold. It can simply be that there was a brown out or a dip in electricity to the machine. Keep in mind, that brown outs can be dangerous and can damage the machine. You want to make sure that you are not using electrical "sucking" appliances on that same circuit when you are using machines...irons and other heating items are major culprits. The other reason is that a board can be going out. It usually seems to take a while for the board(s) to die so don't panic just yet. It is hard to replicate when it first starts happening and may not happen ever again.

Pam


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