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Old 03-25-2012, 06:40 PM   #41
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I was on the internet looking for information about broken Vagabonds and came across this thread. I overstuffed my first one after having it for 8 weeks. I called Sizzix and freely admitted it was user error and told them I would be happy to pay for the repairs. They said they don't repair them. I told them I felt it was unethical to make such an expensive machine that is so delicate that one mistake can completely destroy it and then refuse to repair it. They gave me a song and dance about how their attorneys won't let them sell anything electric that someone can get into the electric part at home. I went round and round with them, nicely, and they said to send the machine back and they would look at it and if it couldn't be fixed, they would see what they could do about getting me a new machine. Four weeks later I received a new Vagabond (and kudos to Sizzix for that). Yesterday, just two weeks after receiving a replacement, I heard the dreaded POP again and my new machine is now dead. Yes, it was user error. After checking and rechecking my sandwich, I still had it wrong. I over stuffed the machine and that was the end. My husband and I both had the same idea for a product improvement - it should have a gateway that overstuffed sandwiches couldn't pass through. I really don't think the keys are going to do the trick. It needs to have a smaller opening and if your sandwich is thick enough to damage the machine, it wouldn't pass through.

What I was really looking for on the internet is someone who could repair it, but didn't find anyone.
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Yes, I was hoping for a repairman too. They service and repair sewing machines and I figured this would be the same.
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There should be a way to repair them, but I was told once you take it apart you can't put it back together. I think that is a bad way to operate! I think we stripped a gear or something along that line. It should be an easy repair to open it up, replace the part and be good to go.
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It's not that I was trying to force something through. I checked and double checked the stack and still it was wrong. My point is 1) it should be repairable, especially when it is so delicate. They have to know that people will break them. I would be happy to pay for repairs because I freely admit that I made a mistake and 2) there should be some sort of gate/guard that won't allow you to put a stack through that is incorrect.

And I am grateful that Sizzix replaced the first one, just sad that it only made it 2 weeks before it broke again. I really loved the machine and hate to go back to cranking again.
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Knock on wood-I haven't heard the ominous 'pop'. There should be a way for the 'V' to stop pulling the sandwich through if it 'senses' too big a 'bite'. If it stopped, you could just reverse the direction and redo your sandwich.

Sorry you are having problems.

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Old 03-29-2012, 11:58 AM   #46
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Hi! Sizzix told me the machines cannot be repaired once they 'pop'. I was immediately told my machine was "overstuffed", before any questions were asked or answers given, and overstuffing isn't covered by the warranty. I was told they would sell me a new machine and I had to pay for shipping to AK. It would have cost more than the gift from my DH! My engineering friends and I feel the design should be upgraded as well. A common and inexpensive break-away mechanism could be installed on these machines so that they stopped if the sandwich was too large. It's been a very frustrating week as I had just gotten my Vagabond! I finally found the Solo Thin Die Adapter in the Lower 48; ordered it shipped to me ($24) and it had just arrived that day. Oh boy, time to create... four runs later, pop. It's back to my C-bug for me ;( How's everybody else doing?
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Hi Pamela,
Go to Ellison crafts and talk to Britney. Hopefully she can help you, she just helped me.
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Oh no!! That's awful! I'm so sorry.We will be going to Wasilla in July. If you're anywhere near there I'll just bring you parts. I wish if the machine thought the sandwich was too big it would just grind to a halt or like you said have a break-away mechanism that's easy to replace. I bet the next model has that. I had purchased a big shot to tie me over till the Vagabond could get settled but now I find I'm using it all of the time. I'm kinda afraid that I'll hear that awful pop again !
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Oh no!! That's awful! I'm so sorry.We will be going to Wasilla in July. If you're anywhere near there I'll just bring you parts. I wish if the machine thought the sandwich was too big it would just grind to a halt or like you said have a break-away mechanism that's easy to replace. I bet the next model has that. I had purchased a big shot to tie me over till the Vagabond could get settled but now I find I'm using it all of the time. I'm kinda afraid that I'll hear that awful pop again !
Thank you, that's very sweet of you! I'm in Anchorage. I talked with Alison at Ellison. I was told it was not repairable after a machine 'pops'. I believe it's more planned obsolescence with the machine costing $150-200 now on sale there's no need to repair it. Just go buy another one! (look where it's made!) Perhaps the next version will correct this flaw. The gauge keys are a band aid. This was my first Sizzix/Ellison machine although I have several other manual machines and a Cricut that I have used successfully for years. I'm not loving my new paperweight!
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Knock on wood-I haven't heard the ominous 'pop'. There should be a way for the 'V' to stop pulling the sandwich through if it 'senses' too big a 'bite'. If it stopped, you could just reverse the direction and redo your sandwich.

Sorry you are having problems.
Thanks, it just makes sense doesn't it?!! I've been surprised at the lack of instructional materials available for either cutting or embossing using the thin or wafer dies with the machine. I started slow and didn't get fully cut out pieces so slowly worked my way up to a thicker sandwich. Has anybody seen anything printed other than requiring the use of the solo thin adapter? Thank you!
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Many thanks to all of you regarding the trials and tribulations of my new paperweight! Your input is much appreciated.
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I've been reading this thread and have great sympathy for all of you who've had problems with your Vagabond.

I'm glad I've resisted the impulse to get one. As has been said, it doesn't seem right that a machine that is expensive, at least by my terms, should break so easily.

I am still using my little Cuttlebug that I got about 4 or 5 years ago with a coupon at Michaels for about $40! I'm pretty cautious about not overloading it, but if it wears out, which it probably could at some point, I will just replace it.
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Oh wow! I really just answered another thread where someone was asking what machine to buy for dies and I said I'd get the Vagabond!! Not anymore...like Bugga I have a Cuttlebug that I also purchased at Mike's for $40 5 years ago so I guess if/when it dies I'll just replace it
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Makes you wonder if the manufacturer had a large test group of crafters try using the Vagabond before it was released. I know Tim Holtz raves about it but of course, his name is on it.

I know from experience that Provocraft does the preliminary design, tests it a bit and then, buyer beware, if the new products doesn't work, too bad. Was told I would get credit because the 'All-in-One embossing system kept cracking my various weights of cardstock (sent samples upon request) and was told there wasn't a fix.

I have a 'V', got it for Christmas, and so far love using it. But since I have been reading this thread, I have been overly cautious about trying to put too thick a sandwich through the rollers, have had to remake my sandwiches several times.
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Just purchased my second Vagabond machine, after having ruined the first one by overstuffing it. I thought I was being so careful. Now I am afraid to use it for fear of doing the same thing. There are so many companies making dies now, and not all of them have directions on making the Vagabond sandwich.
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The company started shipping gauge keys with the vagabond hoping to solve the problem with overloading the machine. That said after i got my second machine back from the manufacturer I haven't taken it out of the box. I'm too worried about breaking the machine since my one year warranty is almost up. I actually just bought a Big Shot and started using that since you can't really go wrong with a manual feed device. Still two RMAs within one year is a big worrisome.
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Just purchased my second Vagabond machine, after having ruined the first one by overstuffing it. I thought I was being so careful. Now I am afraid to use it for fear of doing the same thing. There are so many companies making dies now, and not all of them have directions on making the Vagabond sandwich.
Contact Sizzix and ask for the gauge keys.
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Thank you. I will contact the manufacturer and request gauge keys, as I am so afraid that I will make the same mistake twice.
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My wife got a second hand Vagabond which worked fine for a while then she got the dreaded "Pop" and the machine was dead.
Being an engineer I decided to take it apart to see if I could fix it.(the trick to getting it apart is to remove 4 screws hidden under the "corner protectors" as well as the obvious ones behind the drop down flaps)
Once inside you will find a small printed circuit board with a little yellow gizmo which you will probably find is scorched (hence the pop) I was unable to identify what the gizmo was (thermistor or capacitor is favourite) So I soldered a link across it's 2 terminals and bingo, a working Vagabond.
Perhaps someone who knows more electronics may be able to identify this component and let us all know
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Hopefully the next version will address these issues, they really need to come up with some sort of warning/guide to prevent overstuffing. I'm sticking with my Big Shot, the manual cranking tells me if something is too thick and I can back it out.

But my SIL has hand and shoulder issues and wants a die machine with a motor. She's a quilter and doesn't do any paper crafting so I don't think she would have the same complicated sandwich layers to deal with since she would only use steel rule dies with fabrics. Plus, fabric has some flexibility that paper doesn't.
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Is there any rumor out there that a new, improved Vagabond is in the works? Though I love my cuttlebug, I am looking for something I don't need to crank for those more delicate dies that are out there now (Memory Box), that require more than one pass through. Its a killer if you are doing multiple cuts!
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Old 11-18-2012, 04:18 PM   #62
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My replacement vagabond died. I was definitely not overstuffing it. I ran a Bigz die twice in one direction and switched to the opposite direction. It ran through very slowly and then stopped. No pop, nothing, just not moving anymore.
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My Vagabond died yesterday It was a Christmas present from my DH last year and he was less than thrilled to hear it. Needless to say, after research led me to this thread, he was was even more disgusted to hear this is such a common problem.

I love my Vagabond and my first reaction was to replace it (hopefully with a Black Friday bargain) and while he never interferes with my crafting purchases, he did ask if I really thought it was a good use of $'s. So I thought about it and decided I could actually get by with a Big Shot (which I found for a great price on Amazon here and put the money I saved towards a Cameo Silhoutte. I would be really mad if I replaced it and it broke again, especially after I was so careful to buy all the other cutting plates/thin die adaptors etc because I wanted to protect my machine. I was cutting another brand at the time, but I did follow all the instructions. think Mr V is just too fussy for me....
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I have three friends whose Vagabonds have failed. We joke about my Big Shot being the only working machine among us, so I wouldn't have a Vagabond. I realize Tim is making some adjustments so the sandwich is correct, but I want something that I don't have to mess with or send back no matter how good the customer service might be.
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I contacted Customer Service at Sizzix when I heard the loud pop and my Vagabond stopped working. After describing what had happened, I was told via e-mail that my Vagabond would be replaced. It arrived in less than a week. Now, I use the gauges that came with my new Vagabond and am rechecking the layers of my "sandwich" whenever I try something new. I love my Vagabond more than ever and the bottom line is that Sizzix treated me extremely well when I had a problem and they can now count on me as a loyal customer. I'm glad Tim Holtz chose them for his die-cutting and embossing product lines.
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I've only used the recommended sandwiches from Tim Holtz's videos/Sizzix and have never had any problems or issues. Thanks to a thread here on Splitcoast, I too got the keys when they came out, and double check what I put through my "Bond", and so far, so good! Nice to know though the soldering would fix the issue if you couldn't get it replaced. It's such a nice strong machine, I get it out for the big stuff.

I also have a Cuttlebug that just refuses to die, and I must say it's my "go to machine" for quick embossing or those fast, easy die cuts. Isn't it nice we have so many toys to choose from to make our creating such fun?
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I too am on my second machine make a really loud noise and nothing would go through, that was a couple of months ago and sizzix did replace it.
This week I decided to use my machine again plugged it in and it went pop now I have a dead machine and only used it twice, I do not think sizzix will replace it again though so now I have bought a big shot this week ekkkk
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I am also on my second Vagabond, but am terrified to use it, as my first one "popped" within a month of purchasing it. So I used a coupon from JoAnn's and purchased a Big Shot for $40.00. Best investment I ever made!

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I have an old, well used C'Bug that still works beautifully and a new Craftwell eBosser. The eBosser just kicks back out any sandwich that it doesn't like, and therefore avoids the dreaded "pop". I think the price is comparable to the Vagabond, but I don't know about customer service as my machine works perfectly. The eBosser works with all die types, both thick and thin. I was told that it is best to put the dies near the front of the plates, so that it can decide quickly if the sandwich is too thick.
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The motor stopped on my Vagabond in the middle of a die cut. No pop just nothing. I have contacted Sizzix. So far I'm to send e mail a picture of my machine w/ plates caught in it to a them this week-end (had to call them from work Friday). They will then send me the information about how to send it back to them. They will try to fix it or send me a new one for a discounted price. I'am hopeful. Will let you know how this comes out.
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I paid less than $100 for my Big Shot, so it pays to shop around. It works just fine, but my Cuttlebug worked just fine too. I thought there would be a difference, since there was a difference in price between the two, but both do the job the same, in my experience.

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Sizzix contacted me this week about my Vagabond; the motor had just stopped working in the middle of a die cut. They sent me "approval" to return my Vagabond to them (my cost $20). Today they said it was not something they could fix but would send me a new one for $125! My machine was old and had a lot of use as I teach classes and die cut for most of my cards. I am very pleased with this outcome.
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