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  2. Yes it has rear handles, laser for pantos, and a 22” throat! You can add quilt path as far as I know! The rails and bars are a straight 12’, no breakdown. The table top itself comes in two pieces, 6’ each. I have everything boxed in near to original packaging - I unloaded my new Millie and put Lenni in her boxes!!
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  4. Well, hello there, friend!! Glad you're doing well down in Florida! FYI, you're unlikely to find many owners with an eight-foot table, since that hasn't been a stock size for most machines. But if you know of a good welder, he/she can cut a longer table and rollers down to whatever size you wish. Come find the rest of the group on Facebook - search for "We Love APQS."
  5. Updating: Lucey or Lenni on either 8 or 10 table. Prefer 8 as i have limited room. Bliss is not required as none of my machines has had it I can pay shipping but am located in Florida so need seller to pack it up. I can arrange pick up with trusted driver.
  6. It looks like there are rear handles, does this have a laser light for pantos? Is the throat space 22 inches? Could you add Quilt Path to this model? also can the poles and table break down or is a straight 12 feet.
  7. Selling an APQS Lucey long arm sewing machine; bought new in Oct-2017; fewer than 5 quilts quilted on it, one owner; smoke & pet free house; like new condition; Asking $10,000 Includes: Bliss; "M" bobbin option; high profile platform foot; stitch regulator; 12 ft. Deluxe Bliss table; power fabric advance; System Zipper leader w/ two sets of zippers; Additionally - Hartley fence and ruler; stand alone APQS bobbin winder; paper panto and rulers. The machine is located in Poynette, WI (20 minutes north of Madison). For more information, contact Scott Gatzke at 608-635-4030 or s
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  9. I moved to Belize and took my Ultimate 1 with me. Just set it up and running. having problems with the drive motor cutting in and out but ,only when using compu-Quilter. Checked wires from speed control, wires from optic switch, installed new drive motor. Any ideas.
  10. Thank You Washington State for the knowledge on my machine I was not aware that mine was a rebuild product until I decided to sell it Have learned a lot I still like the products from AP Thank You Washington for the knowledge on this Millie machine I was not aware of it being a rebuild until I had decided to sell it Have learned a lot I still think the APQS machine is a great product I have enjoyed this machine for while I have owned it I have just decided to upgrade at this time
  11. The motor for the fabric advance does add about a foot on that side. I’m sorry it won’t work out for you it’s a great machine. Thanks for getting back with me. Kathy
  12. The table itself is 144" the motor for the automatic quilt feed motor is 9" longer so that makes it 153" In my room I have it to the wall and just enough room to walk around on the other side
  13. Good morning, would you happen to know how long the frame is with all of the parts going past the roller. I may be tight for space. Susan
  14. Hi Kathy, Thanks for responding. I see now that the total frame set up is a good bit longer than 12 feet with all of the parts going past the rollers. Unfortunately I don't have the space in my room for it. Susan K.
  15. Hi! The Liberty is a 20” throat space machine and she sits on a 12 foot frame. Hope that helps. Thanks Kathy
  16. 2019 Millie newer model. Had power outage while using machine, power came back on and needle started going up and down really fast. Shut down machine. Then power went out for days. Today I started machine and first noticed needle positioner taking 1 or 1.5 stitches instead of 1/2 stitch and machine seems to be running fast. I read about how to adjust needle positioner, but wondering if I should wait till Monday and talk to APQS in case something else going on. Really hate losing the weekend :( - thoughts?
  17. I will point out that this is a "green Millennium" which is a kind of hybrid that was developed by APQS. They would take a traded-in Ultimate machine, strip it and rebuild with the same components as a regular Millennium, selling them for about $3000 less than a new Millie. Old components that were the same as the new Millies were kept, but electronics and SR added. The Ultimates were prior to 2000 and the Millennium after 2000. Not that it matters, since you have it priced attractively, but you don't want a buyer to claim that the year of manufacture was incorrect if you don't point out the
  18. Has anyone got an idea why the 100% cotton fabric on a client's quilt keeps having pulled threads and the cut edges are fraying badly. I am using new needles and I even reduces the size from an NM 110/18 to a NM 100/16, but it still pulls threads. Thanks
  19. Has anyone got an idea why the 100% cotton fabric on a client's quilt keeps having pulled threads and the cut edges are fraying badly. I am using new needles and I even reduces the size from an NM 110/18 to a NM 100/16, but it still pulls threads. Thanks
  20. Yes Mame it is! Email me with your phone number if you want to talk about all this Thanks
  21. What is the throat size? How long is the quilt frame in total? Thanks Susan K
  22. Long day, completely forgot to check the carriage fuse! All is well, no damage. Thank you.
  23. I assume you have already checked the outlet the machine is plugged into for power. Also try another fuse if you have one. Nigel
  24. I have tried winding the thread around the indicator multiple times but it still stops as nd gives me a warning. A clue?
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