When using the sewing machine, basic safety precautions the following: .. Read all instruction before using." hould always be followed, including


-To reduce the risk of electric shock:

• The sewing machine should never be left unattended wben plugged in. Alway unplug this sewing machine from the. electrical outlet immediately after using and before cleaning. • Always unplug before changing the light bulb.Replace bulb with same type rated 15 watts.


A WARNIN G- To reduce

the risk of bums, fire, electric shock, or injury to persons:

• Do not allow this machine to be u ed as a toy. Close attention i necessary when the sewing machine i u ed by or near children. • U e thi wing machine only for its intended u e a de cribed in this manual. Use only accessories recommended by the manufacturer as contained in. this manual. • Never operate this sewing machine if it has a damaged cord Of plug if it is not working properly, if it has been dropped or damaged or dropped into water. Return the sewing machine to the nearest authorized dealer or service center for examination repair, electrical or mechanical adju tment, • Never operate the sewing machine with any of the air openings blocked. Keep the ventilation openings of the sewing machine and foot controller free from the accumulation of lint, du t and 100 e cloth. • Never drop or in ert any object into any openings. • Do not use this machine outdoors. • Do not operate thi machine where aero 01 (spray) products are being u ed or where oxygen is being administered. • To disconnect, turn the main switch to me symbol 0" po irian which represents off, then remove plug from outlet. • Do not unplug by pulling on the cord. To unplug, grasp the plug and pull, not the cord. • Keep fin gel away from all moving parts. Special care i required around the sewing machine needle . • Always u e the proper needle plate. The wrong plate can cause the needle to break. • Do not u e a bent needle. • Do not pull or push the fabric while stitching. It may deflect the needle causing it to break. • Switch the ewing machine to the off, symbol" 0 " position when making and adju tment in the needle area. such as threading the needle, changing the needle, threading the bobbin, or changing the presser foot. • Always unplug the sewing machine from the eledricaloutlet when removing covers lubricating, or when making any other user service adjustments mentioned in this instruction manual.

" SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS" " This sewing machine is intended for household use."

1 7~1~~fJl~ • i.6U~tIliU: 1 KNOW YOUR MACHINE • Loeate and Identify the Parts 1 @3 5 .RjJIHU13i*.

:fIi @ ~t5f ® @ @ PRESSER FOOT SHUTILE COVER @ FEEDDOG PRESSER POOT ffiB!lltslur ® @ @ rliUMB SCREW ffifF #fF l!t~Jij1g PRESSER BAR NEEDLEBAR 8 @ ® 'Vt.i t&:f4l~ ® ... @ i!fl.t.t:!fft .~1LIHll e e @ @ @ @ @ @ @ .]1f:M:~1.ffiniJllliH'lCii ..il¥HltfiU& TIIREAD GUIDE BOBBIN WINDER THREAD GUIDE SPOOLPINS BOBBIN WINDER SPlNDLE BOBBIN WINDER STOPPER TOP COVER PATTERN SELECTOR KNOB ® J:-'"l.!ffII $~l8~ Jlll.ti-m{llfiltifHH ffllii£ ltt~ It*~ BALANCE WHEEL @ STITCH LBNGTH REGULAHNG @ REVERSING BUTION @ BELTCOVER @ @ @ KNOB ~l!~7F~ ~~ ~i(iJiJIlI~~-HJ: mtl'IilIJE~~ #1& ~Jl# ItlrirfUIJ!U SWITca THREAD TENSION REGULATING NUT NEEDLE CLAMP SCREW NEEDLE ® NEEDLE PLATE e @ @ ® ~~WJ1F. }t:gIHtl ffiB!ll. 7 ~ 1!J! IIl9 tJL ft • @ @ @ @ @ 1 • (f) @ @ @ @ @ KNOW YOUR MACHINE Loc8!te and Identify the Parts PRBSSURE REGULATOR BUnON iJU}IJ-&'MWtla.jbW:l2!.t. ® @ @ ® .c..'~~.t&j'p mfti @ FACE PLATE THREAD GUIDES @ FACEPLATE @ THREAD TAKE-UP LEVER .1.

J:i~JjC~~.!3 tfl. e :«J-~-illlr1mA~mtfWm.tJ1.m11l'".LI:i5~.2 PREPARE YOUR MACHINE FOR SEWING • How to Connect the M8ichine to the Power supply Power supply plug Egi1i. m~w Sewing pead can be varied by [he speed controller. . . e A o Fit the machine plug into the . The harder you press on the controller.:k Machine o ~M1rm~$lJti-rrftl(JmOOffi)mrAmfi. A [ji~l ~jj!@'11lj'jiJ@tl'Qv-.lSJ. the faster the machine runs.ft. Plug the machlne to the power supply.tt~Bt.*.t!jg~I'J<JllJJt~·. How to Use the Speed controner :lrnOOffi.f1Hif • • Note Before plugging in the machine.machine. ensure that the voltage and number of cycles indicated is conformed to your electrical power supply. JJW~15!fflIJ~!ttT 13 rft .~Wl\M~ ~. Ii zmimlli~I¥.

IJ ftg~ IlrJ . tfffiii.. ~r~~~~r.~L~~A Open the face plate when changing the bulb Bulb type (8): To remove . ~EE *~ a-j.(Use a 15.2 PREPARE YOUR MACHINE FOR SEWNG • J!~:trffi! .ffio :trffll..tT~. A.tTf&tEtIL~ ~t'rf1O~]'I_ • Changing Lamp The sewing lamp is located behind the face plate. disconnect a the machine from the power supply. Push and [wist clockwise.art bulb) Ifr~i!llo @ifF] J)J*..tT t& Eft 1t tJJ [j:t~J A Note Before replacing bulb. '1* . m~!i!j)'k:tTl1!lEr1. Pu h and twist counter-clockwlse.. Bulb are available from sewing machine r et a i lers. To replace .

o ~~L~ ~m#~~~~w~. im :i'mlffHPPJ • e ~1!t1fH~~Wmn.d. The needle must be flat and sharp a shown in the illustration. Check your needle frequently. Loo en the needle clamp crew by turning i top edge toward you. Hm~. 9 *~mt'HpHfl~-'jt.f!/. Remove the needle from the clamp. d. Do not u e any needle which i bent or blunt as shown in the illus tration c. tU~JJCti.flJ. mtt~3l. Place the new needle into the needle clamp with its flat side facing a way from you. ~)j51ltE~ttth~~!lYf. o a a o TUrn the balance wheel towards you until the needle is at its highe t po ition.e. Changing @O~ @ @ @ @ PREPARE YOUR MACHINE FOR SEWING the Needle 0 x ~"' X ! ~ ~ ~ c X <:::: « CO X ! """- ! .bJiffjji. .~-liiEJti·. Push the needle up into needle clamp as far as possible.tO x:j". ~!iltl:Wl!l c.2 I.e.000a. ::If ][~..tt-~r.fat&Hm:iB:ff:f:i*.a or b.ff.or f. a m~tlJm~_~[JOOm~.\ffmii'.

i(BiP-JtltmWJl1ffit. t((ffifu~)§1M~~-¥ MOOJ 5j(.~~~~.jt~:Wlni a By raising or lowering the presser foot lifter.2 PREPARE YOUR MACHIINE FOR SEWING Raising or Lowering the Presser Foot o ffi~ffin~~~~ffi. • RemoYingand Presser Foot Attaching the (!) @ !P. pu h rlng(A) downwards. the pres er fOOL goes up and down respectively . For sewing thin or light materials push regulator (B) down just a little to provide the light pressure required. ~flOO ir-. By lifting the lever on the back of the to t holder the presser foot will drop off.~. 1£ you are sewing thick or heavy materials. push the regulator (B) farther down to increase rhe pressure on the material. The material i.ffiWi!J. This cause the regulator to spring up to it highest posiuon.£linql-bi I *.1J.J 0 ~*.~ttr~ a . the foot lifter can be raised higher LO sew on heavy fabrics.ffi nqI Eli. G) Tum the balance Wheel toward you until the needle i at its highest position. ~~tP.Matic. To release the pres ure. ~tJL(t~{Eifh>j).if9JJ::m-. • Regulating the Presser Foot Pressure (Patch·O. For additional clearance.1J ~~/J\II!l!jJ1li.J. now free from any pressure of [he presser fool. Raise the presser fOOL by IH'ting the pres er fOOL lifter. tfS:®. ~rF. o w. ~ffi2!tilfltW. @ .

Regulating the Thread Tension G) JJI1m ~~:im Property adjusted thread tension for straight sewing @flij~~ The needle thread i too tight @ The needle thread is La loose W!iltt"'*: I - .J.ffiJ1!4i B ~tt~Ji{£t!g:l'm!J!7. A • Note Do nOL force the presser fool to remove. Lower Ole foot holder. When the pres er fool lifter is raised you'll find the pre er fa t it locked in place.jJtmj(<trIEBiW41ll~~fI\Y. ~ reffimffl7j-jl~*A~ Alf~. ttt-tJl11t G) BiN4J. ·r~~ a$. @ Place the presser foot a that the pin on the foot lies just under the groove of the fOOL holder. A Iftl\1 7f'~~fIi~ft~JlIJlW.• Removing and Attaching Presser Foot the v ~ G) @ ~a:~I¥.

If the needle thread is too tight. ~~~ ~lf.:n~~i'il'fi. JjL_ ijfl. adjust 1M shown in illustration A. If the needle thread i too loose./J ~W1l'jW ~ 9!f::him iJ"AlEiR.h(~~. shown in illustration B.-lf~n.: :lmil AEfr7i. To increase tension. .f'ti : ·tl{OOB P!r7i. t&'OOff-1fiPJJlfEtr1i.j11liJ\/J • II regulating the thread ten ion can Dot make the needle thread and the bobbin thread interlock in the center of two layers of fabrics. 'lfJi/Hii~ *-jJ. rum screw according to the illu tration.PREPARE YOUR MACHINE FOR SEWING • Regulating the Thread Tension 1Jii~:t:7.jJ~::Jc.li1Jii~~tIWrl1'fiE:it. you can rry to adjust the bobbin thread tension. To decrea e tension. ~jJrnm~~ltI. adjust II 1m iEljc. tum screw in opposite direction.E1I!_*. ~.lf'JlJ. "liJ ~~1}Iilll~'I:.

should be slightly weaker than in the case of strai gbl sew ing. the bobbin ca e can freely fall 3-4 centimeter. ~'L. The tension is fitting as shown in the illustration: Catch the thread. Tile needle thread should appear slightly on the reverse ide of the fabric. __ U . Regulating the Thread Tension -ft~.m EiI. r±ll3fr9~~~fffij~~:ilIl!JIlil:±lF). ~¥. the needle thread tension.'.~.IJ'Fti 3-4 %?t13.1£tnBgffijM 1:1tff-(ft.ff-1f!i.~~~~oo~: ~.I. __________________ ~ Ij a_ To obtain better zigzag stitches.~.:gf.

{li!. • iilJtit~W tJ(OOlf-mffilJJti. Stitch Lenth Control I FOR SEWING setting mark #N:eiJ~rir~~JYit'F~~*iji"{f[j.It~~~ OOm#J1e:~MJ 2mm. The lower the-number. the shorter the titch . Very u eful for fastening ends of seams and darts wjthout having to tie threads.i'lt'F1C. I. ~f. . etting mark. Release bubbcn and the machine will resume normal forard sewing. To change the length of stitche proceed as follows: Tum the dial so that the number for the required titch length is at . The numbers indicate the approximate stitch lengths in lmm.2~m-apll1.J:~:i!li B~ttlEf:.] t"r 1fE~ iII. mm l::j J1E*:iZ!i~1iiEm. and for trengthening seams. titfi}Jj§f ePitHTJO!~fitW • • Reverse Stitch: Press center of the stitch length dial (reversing burton) and hold for reverse stitching.2 PREPARE YOUR MACHINE _---=-~f. E5~i.l!1t. Fabric will immediately start feeding backwards. ~nl!IT~J~¥.

J -~Ej~:O'z. The marks all the dial correspond to the patterns shown on the panel respectively as follow. which drops the feed and allow the material to be moved freely under the needle. if it~~~i!Ht. .i The de ired pattern can be selected by turning the pattern elector dial.f. The teed starts its normal function again asoon as you tum the titehlength dial to "0" or beyond it.I.fI!»t.. w:i£fflUUl.~~~~~~~ pJHIL#~3H. This is done by setting the stitch length dial at.f. Embroidering and darning are best carried am with the feed machanism disengaged..Qi. ~~~-~~~~.~a. 2 PREPARE YOUR MACHINE FOR SEWING Dropping the Feed ttJl~.{:E@lJ1i.:Jt1ifEm!fli~J"#" ~> M"~Z-I iill>j.&J:~lIii.. The Pattern Selector: *rr. ~ 11. ~®~flfFJI'J.fflfge~m~.ic. I. OOm-Jl1~~A~.f. itrrm1I£r!ft.

~ A (CO ) I(~)jJ. left needle position C ... set the stirch lengh dial at' S8".1~U J (~) reverse blind stitch -+CJ~[J automatic buttonhole sewing :tUI1!$tfD.1iIEfR "8S".]~ J( !S=') IJ~CJ~[J 1l.\If{. A (CO) straight stitch. middle needle position B (<D) traight stitch.!l!t: The desired pattern can be selected by turning the turning the pattern selector dial.ijl!~ J (f..2 PREPARE YOUR MACHINE FOR SEWING . middle needle position triple zigzag stretch ) feather stitch stretch stitch or blanket stitch slant overlook stitch ritch B (ctP) straight stitch..lI. middle needle po irion (.t.JliLtlJUJJ !!ft1i: tta.6UJ] (tMt:tE ~ rEi]) B (<D ) Lt.!I~!t 1 ( ~ ) lWIiJ1 A (cJIP) When sewing stretch stitcb..!!. '§~~Htf&~ ~1lI!. ][t!t=:"1:~ B (cIIb) ][~:::: tit CoG ( A~'~)!IlltffffJltliitit H ( ~ ) 3J. ) zigzag suteh with variablewidth H (S:) tricot stitch I (:::::E) trerch bling stitch lIti.) t s )fancy J ( ~ ) f.ttlfiJJ(fJL#:tE1i3ll) C-G ( p ) !IllfJTU H ( 5:) 1fJl~ti.G (. as follow. 1.f.2) ._ The Pattern Selector: tt~~~1ifffH "1-4" :reDf1Lt~~ Wft*89~J1E. A( C-G H (~ I clIP) straight stitch.. . The marks on the dial correspond to the patterns shown on the panel respectively.

. -------------- @ @ Open hinged latch of bobbin case and pull bobbin case out of machine.2 PREPARE YOUR MACHINE FOR SEWING • Removing the Bobbin Case and Bobbin ill Raise the presser foot and tum the balance wheel towards you until the thread take-up lever is at its highest position. . the bobbin cannot drop out . tr7f open --------------------- @ Open the shuttle cover. As long a you hold the bobbin case open. Release the latch and the bobbin will fall out.

r @ .1Hef.m fI::S'!~~U~!H.iIl~tJeu_U. ftJ: ~t£J::rmLnt19J.l)A.ljM1iIJ!~.'tJe~!i!b• ~ ~~~~~*~~.'/J'1L.2 PREPARE YOUR MACHINE FOR SEWING • Bobbin Winding ~~W~L~. ® MJi~~ 9]:J'. ~~B>tit. PuU end of thread through hole in bobbin as hown.'iftA ~.c. @ ~jjl.® *~~ ~ @ Release clutch by turning clutch knob toward you.ft·c.i'l tl:l. Draw thread from pool through bobbin winder tension disc as shown.H1:!.jH&.

~El t.l.J#1f (ti]~ . Holding onto end of thread. snip off end of thread. ~JEI~m~~~.'1iJ:$ . Push bobbin winder shaft to the right untiJ it clicks. When bobbini lightly filled. of thread coming from the top of me bobbin. Bobbin Winding @ til.c.L. TIghten clutch knob. %'H:t:. mm!'1m.J]f!j' .'.It.l*UlUIaJJIl9!fI.J:!iS • @ Place bobbin onto bobbin winder shaft with end re$~~~~W~.~iJ. Remove bobbin Clip thread.. JEl7.' . ?l\ Jatt=1r!l {IT. The machine will not sew until topper screw is locked.w itt$M. @ @ A Note me .f!l.$JH&!II ~J§ .==========~~~- I.f&. . Wind thread until winder stops. start machine.irWh. ~Wi~ llXl±l.

*tt<J*. Tum the wheel until the needle is at its highest position.'~~I1l].fff~ lJl. Pull the thread into the slot in the edge of the bobbin care.c.'*1li¥tit..flIi~ilEt!i ~.c. Slip the bobbin case over the center pin of hook and press in place until long finger of the bobbin case enters notch.::ft:. @ 1fHMt!ttilJ 1l1ii#. mfttfl.\ i!i!~lc. Nh\~. *~~~I±l~Rtt~H. @ @ @ Now pull the thread under the tension spring and into the thread eyelet.h\tfHJ'9='mtb~10*:B*I¥J~.iHj~ I:J. G) Hold the bobbin between the thumb and forefinger of your right band and pull off about @) lOem of thread... @ . Open the latch of bobbin case.L'~*lf~H. .~.Afjl*rJs.ffJPs1dHe.'~*.2 PREPARE • Threading YOUR MACHINE FOR SEWING the Bobbin Case G) =te~.A#N:.

'Htl'l!t ~mj§ffiW4J.f!i3. Release spool of thread and thread machine through take-up lever (5) and thread guide (6) as shown above.. This will pull the spring wire up and past the end of the hook.] 6.!:tfi'L5M.tll~llii1i11:].4. Holding spool stationary with right hand. The thread will then slip into the hook when the spring is relea ed a in. ~f. :@l:ttHt~ll~*&. pull the end of the thread between. ~ fl· ¥)j iiir.%3l!&. tti.H~oWJj!_t.7. Pull the end of the thread taut with left hand..~ittr~t%:fB¥. JY.J 10 i}jt lr. ~:itt11&!. i9J__t~. Dtawthread through top thread guides. Thread then passes through guides (7) and (8) Thread needle (9) from front [0 rear. re~~~1f ~~_t~~ o a M~~~~~gULu~~l.1ifIW~l1mftfL rftili o o . the tension discs II own above. ~~2.2 • PREPARE YOUR MACHINE FOR SEWING Threading the Needle Thread (l) @ @ ® @ o retUl1~t.f:t""f - :t1lWM:i1~1. with thread coming from the back of the pool.fi • " Place spool 00 spool pin as shown. a €) e o E) tETtilfJti3t.

1i iJ1JTfJUJH&:~jlJ#.~1t. I.tll the bobbin thread. needle thread @ PuB about lScm (6 inches) of both threads away from you under rm~ the presser fool. Then stop the balance wheel when the take.2 PREPA. @ {!J!rmtilV=j~~]~:U:Bi /lI[li]tr~1imllliAJ10·· tS'l}7t.1::]it f!l!l.~~ttJ:~ rmt£ J:. tmJJfB9iJJm~:.rll'L #. ® Tum tbe balance wheel slowly towards you with your right hand until the needle goes down and comes up.f1=-~ . ® !tl!3t~~l:~. ® Hold the end of the needle thread with your .f& filLt. Lightly draw up the needle thread forming a loop wi..tfJ J: fit. Drawing up the Bobbin Thread G) FOR SEWING tm ~ ~ .Ieft hand..i:t # ?L.RE YOUR MACHINE I.JJ. ~~Jl:~llIt. uplever is at its highest position.lm. bobbin thread t!1~ \ .

~H*4. .4 iI~9J~Jl~!tUp{*~ • 1J~)ttl 4 CARE FOR YOUR MACHINE • How to Oil the Machine tEiJl7f-iID':9d(tlJOmJ 1-2m. {iJ!JI'l ~8/J\9'tLc1:1 jJD-{i:. The oiling points are-marked with arrows in the illustrations. in order to soak up anyexees oil. -IfM*Jfl ~m. f!)i lV.llt~%~0i'!11. Apply one or two drops of a fine quality sewing machine oil. apply a few drops of oil to the oiling points and run for some time and then use for ewing. Before oiling they shou ld be wiped clean.j~.~~astralJ§~!ifW. If the machine should not run well after being out of use for a long period. If the machine is in constant use. A (j±~l ftIf to 1lil )8\ *re~ A Note }ij - Jl &ti9naq& Do not forget to sew first on waste fabric. this should be done every two or three days.

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