• 100 delightful built-in designs plus 10 alphabet fonts are just the beginning in a long list of features.

    MAIN FEATURES
  • It comes with White embroidery card slot port, USB cable port, PC cable

    White 4400 Embroidery Machine HEAD ONLY in Box for Backup Electronic and Mechanical Parts Use Only, No Software, Since Parts are No Longer Available. Features below may not apply.

  • 100 built-in designs
  • Machine will hold up to 100 changeable designs with up to 1 million stitches in memory 2mb, on the machine's main pc board.

  • 10 alphabet fonts for adding lettering to your designs.

  • up to 600 stitches per minute embroidery speed
  • Adjust machine speed from your computer screen
  • Embroidery sewing field size of 110mm x 106mm

  • It will only stitch the built in designs. No software is available that will allow it to import designs. It will only use White cards with limited availability.
Specifications
White 4400 Embroidery Machine HEAD ONLY in Box for Backup Electronic and Mechanical Parts Use Only, No Software, Since Parts are No Longer AvailableThese exceptional features = More embroidery options!!

  • Information display on computer
  • Machine memory is over 1,000,000 stitches
  • Machine has first 100 designs already loaded in machine memory.
  • Built-in needle threader
  • Top load drop-in bobbin

  • Error message system
  • Internal memory over 1 million stitches

What do the White 4400 on screen error messages mean?

E02 Pending Operation
E11 Needle is down (raise needle with handwheel)
E12 Card is missing (re-insert memory card)
E13 Thread break
E14 Presser foot is up (lower presser foot)
E15 Presser foot is down (raise presser foot)
E16 Winder engaged (disengage bobbin winder)
E17 Table movement error
E22 Design too wide
E23 Design too tall
E25 -x limit reached
E26 + xlimit reached
E27 -y limit reached
E28 +y limit reached
E40 Main motor stalled
E41 At beginning of design
E42 At end of design
E43 At first color change
E44 At last color change
E50 Bad pattern selection

Why do my needles break?
Hopefully the needles did not break or burr the plastic bobbin case or rotary hook/point underneath. If the needles broke hitting the plate or foot, they all can be polished off with Crocus emory cloth from the hardware store before use. The reason needles can break is if the top thread gets caught anywhere in the top thread path and jerks the needle into the foot, plate, hook or bobbin case. As long as the top thread stays in tension, has smooth consistent delivery, and doesn't get caught on the spool, spool pin, spool cap, thread guides, tension discs, needle bar, etc., it will not pull on the needle to break it. You can test by threading top thread through the take up lever while presser foot lever is up, then let presser foot lever down and pull manually on the thread to see that the thread is down between tension discs and has strong pull on tension at #4 or #5, and is not getting caught anywhere. If you are using cone threads on the horizontal spool pin, switch to a vertical thread stand to the right of the machine. Organ needles are also shorter than Schmetz needles(that can drag the bottom of the rotary hook to break needles). You can also check timing by removing needle plate and bobbin case to see of the rotary hook point is coming around the back of the needle ABOVE THE EYE to catch the bobbin thread. Please advise what you find.

Why does my thread break?
Diane, have any of your needles either hit something underneath or broken off while sewing? If there are any needle burrs on the plastic bobbin case rim, rotary hook, needle plate or foot, they have to be polished off with Crocus emory cloth from the hardware store before thread will stop catching on the burrs, shreading or breaking.
The other thing that can cause thread breakage is needles if they are burred, bent or eye size too small for the thread you are using (go up a size to test). Is the top thread coming out of tension discs or getting caught on thespool, spool pin, spool cap, thread guides, etc. If you are using cone thread on the horizontal spool pin, switch to a vertical thread stand to the right of the machine that will not catch the thread. Also start with polyester thread with more tensile strength than rayon. Finally, check the needle clearance between needle and rotary hook by removing needle plate and bobbin case for manual inspection (they should not touch). Please advise.

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