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WHITE SEWING MACHINE Record in space provided below the Serial No. and Model No. of this appliance. The Serial No. is located side of arm The Model No. is located side of arm. Serial No. Model No. 2222 Retain these numbers for future reference.

When using an electrical appliance, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following:

Read all instructions before using (this appliance). DANGER——To reduce the risk of electric shock:
An appliance should never be left unattended when plugged in. Always unplug this appliance from the electric outlet immediately after using and before cleaning.

reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or injury to persons:
1. 2. 3. Do not allow to be used as a toy. Close attention is necessary when this appliance is used by or near children. Use this appliance only for its intended use as described in this manual. Use only attachments recommended by the manufacturer as contained in this manual. Never operate this appliance if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly, if it has been dropped or damaged, or dropped into water. Return the appliance to the nearest authorized dealer or service center for examination, repair, electrical or mechanical adjustment. Never operate the appliance with any air openings blocked, Keep ventilation open ings of the sewing machine and foot controller free from the accumulation of lint, dust, and loose cloth. Never drop or insert any object into any opening. Do not use outdoors. Do not operate where aerosol (spray) products are being used or where oxygen is being administered. To disconnect, turn all controls to the off (“0”) position, then remove plug from outlet. Do not unplug by pulling on cord. To unplug, grasp the plug, not the cord.




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1. Always unplug before relamping. Replace bulb with same type rated 15 watts. 2. Do not reach for an appliance that has fallen into water. Unplug immediately. 3. Do not place or store appliance where it can fall or be pulled into a tub or sink. Do not place in or drop into water or other liquid.


Keep fingers away from all moving parts. Special care is required around the sewing machine needle. 2. Always use the proper needle plate. The wrong plate can cause the needle to break. 3. Do not use bent needles. 4. Do not pull or push fabric while stitching. It may deflect the needle causing it to break. 5. Switch the sewing machine off (“0”) when making any adjustments in the needle area, such as threading needle, changing needle, threading bobbin, or changing presser foot, etc. 6. Always unplug sewing machine from the electrical outlet when remov ing covers, lubricating, or when making any other user servicing adjustments mentioned in the instruction manual. 7. Never operate on a soft surface such as a bed or couch where the air openings may be blocked. 1.



Connecting Foot Controller and Power Cord C.TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Changing Light Bulb 28. TWIN NEEDLE SEWING 26. STRAIGHT SEWING A. Adjuster E. EMBROIDERY 25. Upper Threading H. APPLICATION OF DECORATIVE FUN PATTERNS 23. ATTACHING ELASTIC 19. Reverse Sewing Button F. NAME AND FUNCTION OF PARTS 2. Drop Feed Lever H. Foot Pressure Regulator I. LAPPED SEAM SEWING 20. ZIGZAG SEWING 9. MAINTENANCE A. OVERCASTING 12. Drawing up Lower Thread 4. Winding Bobbin F. OVERLOCKING 14. MAKING BUTTONHOLES 11. Double Presser Foot Lifter 5. Changing Foot E. Converting machine B. SMOCKING 22. 1-2 3 4-10 4 5 5 6 7 8 9 10 11-12 11 11 11 11 11 12 12 12 12 13 14 15 15 16 17 18 19-21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37-40 37-38 39 40 41-42 4 I . QUILTING 21. ROLL HEMMING 18. Needle Position Control G. THREAD AND NEEDLE TABLE 7. MENDING 16. STRETCH STITCHING 13. FABRIC. PATTERN SETTING 6. Trial Sewing B. BLIND HEM STITCHING 15. TROUBLE CHART . ELASTIC SEWING 10. Zigzag Width Dial C. Pattern Selector B. Changing Needle D. Lower Threading G. ZIPPER SEWING 17. APPLIQUE WORK 24. Oiling Under Top Cover And Face Cover C. Cleaning Feed Dog And Hook B. FUNCTION OF DEVICE A. Stitch length Dial D. Thread Tension Adjustment 8. BEFORE SEWING A. PIN TUCKING 27. ACCESSORIES 3.


Spool Pin (Retractable): To mount spool of thread. Top Thread Guide: To cad upper thread. Bobbin Winding Stopper: To stop bobbin winding when bobbin has been filled by thread. Retracts when not in use. 26. 9. Plastic Plate: You can see the quantity of lower thread. Handle: To carry machine. Power And Light Switch: To turn machine on and to turn on sewing light at the same time. F. Pressure Regulator: To change pressure of presser foot. To sew with twin needles. Thread to be led from right to left. Handwheel: Always turn it towards you. Folds away when not in use. 15.7j1E . 24. 11. Bobbin Winder Spindle: To wind lower thread by pushing spindle to right. also marked for seam guides. Needle-Bar Thread Guide: To lead upper thread into the left guide for regular sewing. 6. Electrical Receptacle For Foot Controller: To plug in toot controller and obtain power supply. Thread Guide: To lead upper thread from right to left. 19. 18. 20. 10. 22. 28. Presser Foot Thumb Screw: To fasten presser foot holder. 25. Stitch Length Dial: To adjust stitch length. Needle Plate: For smooth feeding to aid sewing. Feed Dog: To feed materials by its teeth. 14. etc. 21. Adjuster: To adjust buttonhole stitches balance and stretch stitch appearance. even if pressing the foot con trollei the machine needle should not move. Snap-On Presser Foot: Easily changeable foot. —2— . With 2-step lifter. Extension Tab!e With Accessory Box: To convert the machine style into flat-bed use. Pattern Selector: To select the stitch pattern. Upper Thread Tension Dial: To adjust upper thread tension according to material and thread used. hold in for continuous reverse sewing. 4.NC FIJ’!CTION OF PARTS Thread Guide: To guide thread for bobbin winding. turns both ways. Presser Foot Lifter: To raise foot. Needle Clamp Screw: For needle replacement. 12. thicker fabrics can be easily fed under foot. Zigzag Width Dial: To adjust zigzag width. 27.hand wheel is disengaged with needle drive mechanism. S. Drop Feed Lever: To lower feed dog for darning and embroidering. 17. 7. 16. 23. 13. To store the accessories. 2. Reverse Button: To be pushed for reverse sewing. When bobbin winder spindle is in right position. Take-Up Lever: Safety-designed take-up lever for easier :hreading.

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Do viceversa of above steps to attach extension table. as illustrated.3. A free-arm is convenient to sew or embroilder. cuffs of T-shirts. BEFORE SEWING A. To open lid of accessory box. and the machine can be used as a free-arm model. push it open. trousers. blouses. Converting Machine For fiat-bed use For free arm use Slide to left to take it off. —4— . etc. sleeves.

as far as it will (4) Push needle until it reaches stopper tighten needle clamp screw firmly. Changing Needle ng (1) Bring needle to highest position by turni l towards you. Specifications vary from country to coun C. handwhee (2) Loosen needle clamp screw and remove needle. conforms to your Always unplug machine when not in use. Use Ball-point Needle for stret machine can not Needles for industrial sewing be used.B. —5-— . and / ch fabrics. Connecting Foot Controller and Power Cord Connect foot controfler and power cord. Be careful not to drop foot controller. sewing Switch on power to turn on machine and light simultaneously. the faste machine runs. r the The more you press foot controller. / ) le (3) With flat side away from you. be sure voltage of mach electrical power supply. insert new need go. ine Before plugging in. * try.

D. (1) Push button of holder towards you and foot will come off (2) Position a new foot with the pin right under the groove of the holder. (3) Lower presser foot lifter so that holder catches a presser foot. Changing Foot Raise presser foot lifter.N Do not use bent or blunt needles. Using defective or worn needles not only causes stitch skipping. - If holder does not catch a presser foot perfectly press the lifter slightly. Bring needle to highest position. breakage of needles or snapping of thread. it also can damage hook and needle plate. .

Remove wound bobbin. Draw thread from spool pm through thread guide as following number and 7- / (3) Wind thread clockwise around bobbin severa’ times. Never push spindle towards handwheel while sewing. (6) Machine stops automatically when winding is finished.E. 7— . Winding Bobbin (1) Pull up spool pin. (4) Push down bobbin on spindle as far as it will go. Return spindle by pushing it in direction of arrow. / I (5) Push bobbin towards handwheel and press down foot controller. (2) Put spool on spool pin. / Do not put your fingers near needle as needle may move a little when starting to wind bobbin.

it will be inserted automat ically between bobbin case and spring. (3) While pulling thread. (2) After pulling end of thread in direction of arrow hook it on right cut-out a of bobbin case. Inserting bobbin (1) Insert bobbin into bobbin case with thread end in direction of arrow.- -. . - — - - . Lower Threading Removing bobbin Slide plastic plate towards you and take out bob bin with your finger or bobbin extractor attached to opposite end of cleaning brush. (5) Pull out thread for about 15cm (6”) and close plastic plate. —8— V j.F.. Pull thread to turn bobbin a few times (4) Move thread to left and hook thread on left cut-out of bobbin case and pull it up towards needle.

(3) Hook thread onto guide insert into spring. 4 (5) Pull thread downwards. and pull it up to (4) Hook thread onto take up lever making sure 7- it is through hole. leaving an end of about 15cm. hook it onto guide 1 and pass it between guide and guide (2) Draw thread to the front and into either slit of thread tension unit making sure thread is firmly between both tension discs. Set take-up lever to highest position by turning hndwheeI towards you. It is easier to check threading if face plate is open. and pull (6) Pull thread through left guide 1. and thread needle 8 from front to back.G. thread guide it to the left. Thread by following steps: (1) Lead thread from spool. Upper Threading Raise presser foot. (6”) I I 9— .

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FUNCTION OF DEVICES b f A. Pattern Selector a Set pattern indicator to the required stitch pat tern by turning selector. “. C. “nor Do not forcibly turn to the left at” to the right at” The end of pattern dial. set the dial within the color band corresponding to the pattern selected. D. Stitch Length Dial Set dial according to stitch size required. Larger the num ber wider the stitch.4. Zigzag Width Dial b Set dial at required number. Always make sure the needle is in the highest position when operating the dial. Reverse Sewing Button d I] Press reverse sewing button and machine will sew backwards for as long as button is depressed. Adjuster Finely adjusts stretch stitch appearance and stitch density on right and left side balance of buttonhole. To obtain the right stitch length and width for each pattern. E. —11— . B.

t t —12— . Foot Pressure Regulator h Normal sewing: Usually for straight sewing or zigzag sewing. but tons. etc. Use left position for fine fabrics as not to pull material down into needle plate. Darning and embroidering: To be able to move fabric freely in case of darning. H. Needle Position Control T When pattern 6is selected and the manual stitch width dial is activated.. mending. G. Double Presser Foot Lifter 1 Presser foot lifter can be lifted up one more step to obtain wider gap for placing thick materials. Loosen pressure with outer ring and then push pressure pin a half way towards the bottom. you can move the needle between center and left needle positions. basting and embroidering.F. pressure pin should be main tained in the lower position. AA Push lever away from you to lower feed dog for button sewing. loosen pressure pin a by pushing outer ring b I. Engage feed ing for normal sewing. Drop Feed Lever —Azz_ Push lever towards you. pressure button should be adjusted in the middle or center. Use genera! purpose foot. Thin or delicate fabric sewing: Because lighter pressure is desirable for perfect sewing of fine silk or thin fabric. embroidery. . etc.

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Lawn. Brocade.3RlC. Terrycloth HEAVY. Blouse Crepe. Cotton. Sailcloth EXTRA HEAVY. Jersey.C. Velvet MEDIUM. Poly. Lace. THREAD AND NEEDLE TABLE [ FABRIC European Cotton THREAD Mercerized Cotton Cotton Covered Polyester. Organdy.C. Upholstery. Canvas. Poly. Nylon Silk Nylon Silk Nylon Silk NEEDLE European 705 U. Power Net 70 60 65-70 9 50-70 60 65-70 9 j I Regular 30 50 75-80 Loosen upper tension one or two points 11 Regular 30 50 Silk 80-90 11-14 Regular 30 -4eavy Duty Heavy Duty CC. 70 9 Light Ball Light to Medium Ball 30 50 70-80 9-10 HEAVY-WEIGHT. 90-100 100-110 14-16 Wedge HEAVY LEATHER 30 16-18 Wedge [DECORATIVE TOUCHES] TOP STITCHING Silk twist MACHINE EMBROIDERY Size 50-70 100-110 65-80 16-18 9-11 Regular Regular 14 V .S. Crepe. 100 16 Regular 30 CC. Poly. Double Knit. Poly. Faille. Wool. Silk. VELOURS [LEATH ER] VINYLS FILMS 30 50 Silk Nylon C. Poly.0. 80-90 11-14 Medium To Heavy Ball Ball or Sharp 30 Heavy Duty 90-100 14-16 30 50 CC. wool. Velvetten. Size 15x1 REMARKS Point Style Regular V SHEER. Poly. 90 14 Wedge LIGHT TO WEIGHT - - MEDIUM- 30 50 Heavy Duty CC. Net SHEER. Double Knit. Linen. Poly. CC. Voiie. Awning [KNITS] LlGHT-WElGHT Tricot Power net MEDIUM-WEIGHT. Power Net FAKE-FURS. Silk. Poly. Denim. Chiffon. 0. Duck. Taffeta LIGHT-WEIGHT. 120 19 Regular 50-70 60 Silk Nylon Silk Nylon C.

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Correct by turning tension dial. Cut threads by using thread cutter behind presser bar. upper (lower) thread lies straight along upper (lower) surface of fabric : ( ). Li © — Lower tension (1) With plastic plate closed. (2)turn adjusting screw clockwise if lower thread is too loose and counter-clockwise b if it is too tight. If upper tension is too tight (loose). .Draw fabric to left when sewing is finished. 4 N B. Thread Tension Adjustment Upper tension Test stitch performance on a scrap of material you are going to use. —16— V . With correct tension upper and lower threads tension is equal and strong enough to lock both threads in center. insert small driver into front hole c and locate righthand adjusting screw.

8. ZIGZAG SEWING Set machine as shown. 4 wrong side For thin fabric or any fabric easy to be wrinkled place a piece of paper underneath which will give neater finish. Loosen upper ten sion slightly. 4 thread-tension for zigzag stitching Better-looking zigzag stitching requires less upper tension than straight stitching. right side —17— .

9-11 if not using ball point needle. Use regular needle NO.t I . Reverse straight stitch Doirt Use reverse straight stitch when seaming knits. —18— .9. Be careful when using straight stretch stitch be cause it is difficult to remove threads if you make a mistake. Small zigzag stitch Use small zigzag stitch especially for thin elastic materials Multiple zigzag stitch Use multiple zigzag stitch for very elastic materi als such as bathing suits or lady’s underwear. Loosen pressure of presser foot for very elas tic materials. jer seys and other elastic materials. ELASTIC SEWING Use ball point needle to get better stitch performance.

— 11_ —19— .__ 10. Match arrow mark on foot with starting line . /a”) 1 Mark buttonhole size on material. MAKING BUTTONHOLES Always make a test buttonhole in a piece of material you are working with and check satin stitch spac ng. 4 or a little ( For stretch fabrics. ( : ) and sew fT1 0 4b Lq —---’ 4 L-a Left side: Change pattern to ( I] ). Remember the measurement. lay a piece of paper where buttonhole will be placed. buttonhole twist thread is recommended.3cm ( for bar tack. Push back sliding base. Where arrow shows so it is not necessary to mark end lines ( for all buttonholes. Use sliohtly loose tension on top for neater fin ish. \ (For stretch fabrics) Make it as same size as diameter less. Sew left side from front to back until it reaches end line . — - Bar tacking: Set pattern selector to 5-6 stitches. Determininq length . (Not for stretch fabrics) Measure diameter A and thickness of button and add 0.

then through slit holding both ends as shown in Fig. set pattern selector at ( ) and proceed for a few stitches. especially for knits.- .C Bar tacking: Change pattern to stitches. (3) Cut both ends of thread. N\ Corded buttonholes A reinforced buttonhole. sew in same way as for an ordinary buttonhole. (1) Hook some crochet cotton onto the projection e on buttonhole foot. (2) After finishing sewing. Quick finish: To prevent unstitching. ) —20— - •:. a cord ed buttonhole is useful.. ( ) and sew 5-6 3 b Li C b N 44 Right side: Change pattern to ([I ) and sew right side until it reaches first bar tack. El ri *ff b —a Cutting buttonholes Stick a needle or pin through bar tacks to prevent overcutting. pull both ends of thread so that loop on other end disappears into button hole stitching. Cut buttonhole along center with but tonhole cutte using steady firm pressure.

turn the dial clockwise (+). turn the dial counter-clockwise. 4 ) lithe stitches on the right side of the buttonhole are too open. This dial should usualy be in a neutral position (between ±“ and ‘—“). ( lithe stitches on the right side of the buttonhole are too close together. Turning dial clockwise opens right side and closes left side. Therefore please refer to page 23 when you move this dial. Always return to center position after making buttonholes. This dial can simultaneously adjust stretch stitch balance. Turning dial counter-clockwise closes right side and opens left side.Left and right side balance of buttonhole Stitch density on right and left sides of buttonhole can be adjust by buttonhole balance control dial. 7- I> .

OVEAS!c Overcasting prevents edge of fabric from fraying and produces neat finish. L —22— . f For thick material Sew carefully. 4 Overcasting for elastic materials Use ball point needle to get better stitch performance.ii. guiding right edge of fabric along cloth guide of foot. AAA 4 Sew carefully so that all stitches on right side are flush with edge of fabric.

12. STRETCH STITCHING The stitches shown are all used with stretch and knit fabrics. This dial can simultaneously adjust left and right side balance of buttonhole. 4 •S •. 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Decoration stitch Overcast stretch Overlock stretch Double overlock stretch Smocking stitch Brier stitch Straight stretch Rickrack briar stretch Swan stitch Tulip stitch 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Adjusting stretch stitch balance In stretch stitch sewing. adjust the control slightly toward sign looks like the center design. AIwa ys return to center ::: after making —23— . you may need to adjust this control to balance the stitches for appearance sake. “—“ If the design appears to be closed as in the right hand illustrations. If design seems open like the illustriations to the until de left. turn the control toward “+“ until stitching is as you desire. When sewing some fabrics. Therefore please refer to page 21 when you move this dial. These are special utility stitches built in the machine for your quick selection. the stretch stitch adjuster should usually be in a neutral position (between “+“ and “—“).

1cm Set machine as shown. Use ball point needle to get better stitc h performance.5cm This pattern is suitable for thick jersey materials . UVERLOCKING Overlocking stitch sews a seam and overcasts edge of fabric at the same time.13. J —24— . 4 0. : r3a1i point V A& \\ 4 This pattern is suitable for thin jersey mate rial. 0.

. (2) . use pattern 4 ( ).. Adjust guide by turning small screw on right side so that it touches fold perfectly. and / It is preferable to baste or iron hem beforehand. wrong side). 3 needle is not catching edge of fold at all. trousers. guiding fold against guide. BLIND HEM STITCHING Used for hemming skirts. Sew carefully.. without stitches showing on right side of material. needle is catching edge of fold too much. For elastic materials. Fold material as shown ( place it under foot.’ .. 2 correct seam.for thick materials. etc.14. suits. (1) for thin materials. .. Adjust zigzag width so that straight stitches are made on hem edge and slanting stitches pierce only one or two threads of fold.. 4 I.

guiding fabric back and forth by hand. fvi2i’DiNG Mending a rip Sew middle of tear first then sew on either side. Turn fabric 900 and sew in the same way. When patching jersey materials. —26— - . By making turning points blunt. AAA Patching Place patch over worn part. Sew along edge of patch on right side. Trim away worn part close to seam on wrong side. reduce press ure of foot a little to prevent materials from stret ching.15. Pin patch on worn part and sew. preventing bunc hing or gathering - Darning /JU -3 Set machine as shown. to give more body to the material. 0 4 Sew over worn part. A piece of gauze can be placed undernea th for reinforcement. Paper may be laid underneath material. darned part be comes softer and more flexible.

Ease the material and the zipper. trousers.3cm (½”) from the tacked seam as a stiching guide. ) (1) With right sides together. Tack a measured 1. The zipper foot can be shifted either to the right or the left of the zipper so the zipper can be sewn without difficulty.3cm (¼”). (4) Turn the material to the right side. Place the folded edge over the right side of the zipper and tack over it. Doublestitch across the lower end. Shift the zipper foot to the right of the needle. Remove the tacking. By using the special zipper foot. ZIPPER SEWING Set machine as shown. Remove the tacking. 0.3cm (¼”) (3) Replace the presser foot with the zipper foot on the left of the needle. blouses skirts. tack along seam line of the opening a (2) Open the tacked seam and pull out the lower material 0. Stitch from the bottom to the top. bags. Used for dresses.16. zipper sewing can be easUy done. —27— . then up along the zipper. etc.

Sew a few stitches pulling thread ends by left hand. -‘I —28— .6cm (¼”) in front of foot. Sew twice at 0.5cm (1/5) from edge.L Set machine as shown.5 II 4 N With Straight Stitch Raise presser foot lifter. Guide edge into the scroll. Pulling four thread ends a and b towards back. and lower foot. 4 Place material under presser foot.. L With zigzag stitch Sew in the same way as for strai ght stitch hemming. %. Draw out work and leave about 10cm (4”) of thread.IL. Keep guiding material holding raw edge about 0. AA / \ 15-2.I.

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t // 20. LAPPED SEAM SEWING I Place one piece over another . It’s useful to pin on materia l to prevent slipping. Draw first line on padding and sew.19. work from center to edge. QUILTING Baste layers of material to pre vent them from slip ping out as you sew. g non-fray fabrics b easy to fray fabrics Sew over lapped part from right side. Sew following seam of firs t line with guide. When you quilt a large pie ce. —30— .

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—32--- . The reverse stitch patterns can be sewn with two threads through one needle for a more effec tive decorative stitch. tulip designs for use on household linens and chil dren clothes. NOTE: Narrow patterns may be made by setting zigzag width to 4-3-2. Simply place four strands of pearl cotton. The reverse stitch patterns can also be used for topstitching bindings and rib bons for decorative effect. napkins. and curtains. This decorative effect can be used on towels and placemats for a pleasant appearance. embroidery floss or yarn under the presser foot. placemats. A larger needle should be used to accommodate the two threads. APRLICATION OF DECORATIVE PATTERNS Ll i Fun Stitches Briar-Swan-Tulip The reverse stitch patterns produce briar.22. This is done in the same manner that lace is applied with the zigzag stitch. Use this decorative technique for en hancing tablecloths. Simply thread two sewing threads through the upper threading system. These reverse stitch pattern can be used to sew in hems. The reverse stitch patterns can also be corded for stronger decorative edges on placemats and tablecloths. The straight stitched edge of the reverse stitch pat terns on the left should be sewn on the left edge of the binding or ribbon. swan. A transparent foot will help guide the cord evenly while sewing the reverse stitch pat terns.

____\ __ _ ___ __ 23.4—2 Draw design on material to be used as an appliq ue Dnd cut it out Place cut out on base material and baste or pin it — / Sew around outline with zigzag stitch adjusti ng stitch length and wKfth ac:ordo shape and size To change direction at corners. or to sew very small circles. stop machine. APPLIQUE WORK Set machine as shown. positioning needle just away Pnandgma This is to prevent unstitching ) —33— . 1’. I -- AAA \ O.

120—. remove paper after completing your pattern. and a thinner silk of same kind and color for lower thread. reduce up per thread tension.24. To finish filling. Hold both threads and start filling in the design with satin stitch. 9 No. 14 60—. Lower presser foot lifter. working inwards from the outline. sew several stitches with zigzag width at 0. foot holder and holder screw. To give it more body.-100 1OO8O No. I Needle No. controlling zigzag width with right hand.‘ .. Make sure material is taut. Use thin embroidery silk for upper thread. —34— -. it is important to use correct needles and thread. Guide the hoop slowly with left hand. To avoid lower thread being pulled up. Trace your design-on material and center it in embroidery hoop. Lay typewriting paper underneath when embroider ing sheer fabric. 11 N Thread For good embroidery. EMBROIDERY Remove foot.-50 Pull out lower thread by turning handwheel towards you while holding upper thread lightly.

separate threads at right and left slits. 7. N —35— .5 will cause needle breakage. 7 Thread each needle. Be sure to set width dial at 0 for straight sewing. TWIN NEEDLE SEWING Stitching with two threads with different two colors is attractive and enjoyable. \ Zigzag width control should be set between 0-3. pass threads separately to right and left guides.5 to set control above 3.25. J Twin needle threading Thread in the same way as normal threading (see page 9) except at the points 7 3.

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( Cleaning (1) Brush off lint and dust on feed dog towards you. —37— . be sure upper thread winding is correct. (2) Brush off lint and dust from hook and wipe a piece of cloth. (3) Lift bobbin case in the direction of arrow and remove it. Before sewing. Disassembling bobbin case (for cleaning) (1) Take off presser foot and needle. A vacuum sweeper wand or hose may be used to blow or pull loose lint from race area. 4 (3) Clean bobbin case and wipe with a piece of cloth. (2) Detach needle plate using large screw-driver. Cleaning Feed Dog and Hook.27. please disassemble bobbin case as above steps. MAINTENANCE Your new machine requires regular cleaning and oiling for satisfactory performance. A pair of tweezers does a good fob. 4 A. Un plug machine before cleaning or oiling. When thread is tangled in bobbin case or hook. then take off waste thread from bobbin case or hook. A machine which s used for a few hours a day needs to be cleaned and oiled once a month.

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Oiling Under Top Cover And Face Cover Open face cover and apply one drop of oil to lubricating points indicated by arrows. While move the spindle to left. with the exception of one or two turns. Check the Set bobbin winder spindle at right position. Arter cUing. 4 J Remove top cover by loosening screws a with large screwdriver. 4 \ Apply oil to lubricating points as above. even if press the foot controller. also oil bobbin holder spindle. run machine for 1-2 minutes to allow oil to penetrate to every part. Assembling top cover top cover down. Tighten screws with large screwdriver. —39-— .B. Be careful not to apply too much oil or it may stain your material and cause some sewing difficulty. the machine needle should not move. place machine moving by turning handwheel towards you. and When top cover is removed do not turn the handwheel by hand. and at this time.

C. Open face cover. Unscrew bulb counter-clockwise to remove it. Bulbs can be purchased at your nearest dealer. Plug in machine. Install new bulb. make sure your machine is unplugged. —40---- . Changing Light Bu’b Unplug machine. While not in use.

Removing fabric when take-up lever is not in the highest position. P. note frayed thread. Improper needle and / or thread for fabric. Fluff or thread stuck in rotary hook. Fluff stuck in feed dog.39 P. Skipping stitches Improper heedle setting. Upper thread tension too tight. Needle hole on needle plate damaged. Power supply switch is not on. Correct Operation P 5 P 5 P 37 P 7 P 39 P 38. TROUBLE CHART Trouble Machine does not sew Probable Cause Not plugged in properly. Machine kept in a very cold or very hot place. Top cover is removed. Upper thread too thick or too thin for needle used. 9 P. Breaking lower thread Thread not wound evenly on bobbin or not drawn up correctly. 37 P 37 Leave machine in a normally warm room for a few hours before use. Bent needle. Lower thread tension too tight. 16 P 6 P 5 — P 14 — P 7 P 16 P 37 P 8 P 5 P 6 P 14 —41— .28. Making noise Running slowly Lack of oil. Bent or blunt needle. Fluff and thread stuck in bobbn case and inside tension spring. Improper lower threading. Thread is stuck in the hook groove. Improper needle setting. Bobbin winder spindle s push to the right. Breaking upper thread Improper upper threading.

P 8. 14 P 16 Wrinkled fabrics Upper or lower thread tension too tight. Stitches too close. P. 16 P 38 Stccaes not locked Upper thread tension too loose. 9 P 14 P 13 P. P 9 P 14 ImproDer tension. Needle clamp screw too loose. Thread not in tension discs. Bring needle to highest position.5 when sewing with twin needle. 37 P 12 P 13 P 12 P 5 P 6 P 5 P 16 P 14 Fabric not moving Dust of thread jamming on feed dog. Pressure regulating too light. Breaking needle Improper needle setting. Changing pattern or width of stitch with needle down in fabric.stitches r:proper upper threading. Feed dog is lowered. Improper threading of upper or lower thread. Improper needle for thread. please do not try to adiust it by yourself but contact your nearest dealer —42 . Needle too thick for fabric. Needle bent. Presser foot attached improperly. Not using a ball point needle for eiastic and thin fabric. 16 P 16 P. P 35 P 6 For adjusting the tension of any belt. improper tension of lower thread. Stitch length too long for fabric. P. Setting stitch width more than 3. Needle too thin for fabric or I and thread. Too muco oil on the hook. Upper thread tension too tight.