Question about Toyota Sewing Machines
Could be a software issue or computer component. Like computers, these functions tend to go wonky once in awhile. Perhaps a software upgrade is needed, but if the computer component is faulty, you could be unnecessarily paying for a software upgrade that won't solve the issue.
Posted on Sep 17, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Are you trying to transfer a built-in pattern from your machine to a USB flash drive? I'm not sure if built-in designs can be transferred in their original form. You might try editing the design a bit, save it to a memory space, then save it to the memory stick. If you have a manual, it should describe how to move designs from your embroidery machine to your computer, and vice versa.
If you are other readers have time to rate my answer, you'll help me become a better expert. If you can give me more specific information about what happens when you try to upload a design from your machine, and whether you have a manual feel free to leave a comment and I'll check back with you. Cheers, Ginny
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
I have a Designer I USB that suddenly started not reading the usb stick that came with the machine. I was terrified that my machine was going bad, but I always start with the cheapest solution first. I bought a new usb stick, loaded the designs from the old one into my software then loaded everything on the new usb stick. My machine reads it every time so far. I replaced the usb stick about 3 months ago and have not had another problem since. I don't know if this is your problem, but usb sticks can go bad and since they are so cheap, I would try this first.
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
I have seen some clever ways on you- tube to make unusual shapes fit into the hoop, using clips etc. You can also buy sticky stabliser so the hoop holds the items without it being in the hoop. I'm sure you can also get devices to help you embroider hats, but i'm not sure they will fit the 9000. try an internet search for more information and possible devices
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
have you checked to make sure the power cord is plugged into the machine correctly?
is the outlet getting electricity?
if the answer to the above is yes
then it's possible the power cord, motor could have with out
have you checked to see if the sewing machine has a battery compartment
or a fuse compartment?
Posted on Mar 29, 2012
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