bhromyak

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  1. Yes, machine is still available. I do have one person looking at it today. Are you located in the Des Moines, IA area?
  2. Sorry, no channel locks or casters on table. However, all that can be added afterwards.
  3. Just reduced from $8,900 - now selling for $8,300. I'm selling my longarm machine because I've moved and closed my small part-time quilting business. Located in Des Moines, IA For sale: 2011 Innova machine. 26" throat with 12' steel table. Price includes: red snappers, 20 red 'M' size bobbins, 2 packages of unused needles, 8" ruler base, bobbin winder, several spools of thread (Omni, Glide, So Fine), and 13 rulers (some are shown in pictures). Buyer assumes all responsibility and costs for pickup/shipping and setup. Contact Beth at beth.hromyak@gmail.com, message me through Facebook or 515-601-3322 for more information.
  4. Hi Dawn, The machine sews fine (left to right) after plugging the carriage encoder wire to the 'jack on the left;) side of the machine. I did try to do circles/curves - they were ok but had some skipped stitches. We made sure that the machine and table were level but the encoder wheel still stops turning about half way up to the front of the carriage. There are no threads around the wheels or anything that looks out of the ordinary. any suggestions on how to get that little wheel to keep touching the carriage tray? Thanks again for your help and suggestions. Beth
  5. Hi Barb, I do have the vertical wheels (she's a 2008 with standard equipment). I've unplugged and replugged the cable and plugged in again. I did notice that the little encoder wheel turned for the first 7 to 8 inches (back to front). After that it stopped turning while the carriage was moving and it was elevated a little from the carriage. Any idea's? Thanks, Beth
  6. My Lenni has decided to have an attitude today. I think there is something wrong with the Stitch Regulator on her. The SR works fine when I am quilting left to right and right to left lines. She has some problems with skipped stitches when making curves. BUT she has a major problem with going up and down - makes hugh stitches or just stops altogether. Amy just replaced the SR cable a couple of weeks ago (I admit, this is the first time I've sewn since bringing it home) so I don't think it is the cable. I've taken apart and cleaned the bobbin case. Amy regooped the gear box too. All the things Amy did were for the betterness of the machine :-) Has anyone else had this problem before? I have several customers quilts I have to work on this weekend. I hoping some of you have some suggestions, etc. Thanks so much!
  7. Thanks Cheri - I know I will enjoy Lenni once I learn more about him. Hi Bonnie, I do have a Janome 6600 and tried to put the metal bobbins on him to wind and it did not work. The prewounds that I have bought for my Jamone are Class 15 so they won't work. Thanks for your suggestions - I appreciate all the quick responses. Beth
  8. how to wind a bobbin I bought a used Lenni about a month ago and just started practicing on it. I received the manual on CD but I did not receive the basic training CD. So.....my problem is that I do not know how to wind a new bobbin. I have tried to use the sidewinder - that is a useless gadget. Can anyone please explain how to wind a bobbin - I'm desperate?!?!?! Thanks so much, Beth
  9. I bought a used Lenni about a month ago and just started practicing on it. I received the manual on CD but I did not receive the basic training CD. So.....my problem is that I do not know how to wind a new bobbin. I have tried to use the sidewinder - that is a useless gadget. Can anyone please explain how to wind a bobbin - I'm desperate?!?!?! Thanks so much, Beth
  10. H Tammy, is your Lenni still looking for a home? Thanks, Beth:)