i have the ellure and go to settings and then hit the arrows to go thought several pages and towards the end is the stitches. I just leaned to do this thanks all
did you notice this question was asked and answered in April 2012?
I have a Baby Lock Ellisimo...there is a page in the macine settings area (looka like a piece of paper at the bottom left on the screen). It shows how many stitches have been stitched...But, had to send my machine back to Baby Lock for repair about 6 months after I bought it...it had about 8MM stitches on it when it left and Zero when it was returned...they reset the stitch count when it was services...
You are soooo Lucky! I have two, Esante and Ellageo but but would give most anything to be able to afford the Ellisimo Gold!!!! That is just a pipe dream! I also have a Singer XL100 also that has very little wear! I went into the Craft business right after I got the Singer and decided to purchase the Esante that had just come out. It was not long before I purchased the Ellageo and although it does not have the prettiest stitch, I love to use it! There is not much difference but enough for me to notice! No one else in my family will admit that they can see a difference in the stitches.
I have heartd that there is a awy to tell how many stitches any embroidery machine has done, but have yet to find out how. Shirley
Meant heard. I have trouble with my fingers. Sorry
Interesting question. I have a Brother and will have to check to see how to stitched my machine has done.
On your touch screen, there will be an icon that looks like a piece of lined paper. Touch that. It will bring you to the information of your machine. There are several pages. Look through there and you will find "service count" under the "general" tab. There is also total count. I believe that the service count is the number you have had since your last service, and total count is just that; the total number of stitches your machine has made.
I've wondered this myself. Thanks for the question and the answers.
I copied the question and answers so that I can check later 'cause I'm on the 'puter now(as usual--LOL)!
It depends on which machine you have. My EllageoESG3 did not show stitches, but my Ellegante2 does on the last menu page.
I have two. Go in the menu pages of the machine and it is usually towards the end of the menu. There will be a block with the number of stitches the machine has done and how many hours it has run. Suzanne
Peg, it is on your menu screen.
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I have a Babylock Ellageo. I didn't know that. It makes me wonder how many miles I've put on my machine. Good question