Document 58557

INSTRUCTION MANUAL
FOR
SEWING MACHINE
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IMPORT
tions should always be
safety precau
trical appliance, basic
When using an elec
the following:
followed, including
fore using
be
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Read
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(this sewing mac
DANGER
electric shock:
To reduce the risk of
d in. Always unplug this
ttended when plugge
una
left
be
er
nev
ning.
uld
An appliance sho
r using and before clea
outlet immediately afte
tric
elec
ts.
the
wat
15
from
appliance
e type rated
Replace bulb with sam
,
ing
mp
rela
ore
bef
Always unplug
To reduce the risk
WARNING ury
to persons:
of burns, fire,
electric shock, or inj
ary when this appliance
se attention is necess
Clo
.
toy
a
as
d
use
be
to
1. Do not allow
dren.
only
is used by or near chil
cribed in this manual. Use
for its rntended use as des
y
onl
ce
ual.
lian
man
app
this
in
ed
this
tain
2. Use
r as con
nded by the manufacture
king
attachments recomme
cord or plug, if it is riot wor
d
age
dam
a
has
it
if
ce
lian
the
app
urn
this
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Ret
rat
er,
ope
3. Never
or dropped into wat
dropped or damaged,
air
rep
n,
atio
min
exa
for
property, if it has been
e center
authorized dealer or servic
appliance to the nearest
open
ustment.
electrical or mechanical ad! h any air openings blocked, Keep ventilation
wit
ce
lian
app
umulation of lint,
4. Never operate the
controller free from the acc
t
foo
and
e
hin
mac
ing
ings of the sew
dust, and loose cloth.
ning.
any object into any ope
5. Never drop or insert
is
used or where oxygen
6. Do not use outdoors.
(spray) products are being
sol
aero
re
whe
e
rat
7. Do not ope
plug from
being administered.
”) position, then remove
all controls to the off (“0
turn
t,
nec
con
dis
To
8.
outlet.
the plug, not the cord.
cord. To unplug, grasp
on
ling
pul
by
lug
unp
sewing
9. Do not
care is required around the
from all moving parts. Special
10. Keep fingers away
to break.
machine needle.
plate can cause the needle
needle plate. The wrong
per
pro
the
use
ays
Alw
ii.
dles.
12. Do not use bent nee
the needle causing it to
stitching. It may deflect
le
whi
ric
fab
h
pus
or
l
pul
ii Do not
area,
break.
adjustments in the needle
machine when making any
ng
ngi
cha
or
,
bin
14. Unplug the sewing
bob
ing
changing needle, thread
such as threading needle,
ers,
presser foot, etc.
al outlet when removing cov
machine from the electric
the
in
d
one
nti
nts
me
15. Always unplug sewing
me
ust
any other user servicing adj
lubricating, or when making
instruction manual.
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SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIO
CONTENTS
Names of Parts.......................................................... I & 2
Accessories
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Before sewing (Power suoply and Sewing Lamp)
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Take Out extension tabte, free arm sewing
5
Winding the bobbin
6
Removing bobbin case and boboin
7
Inserting bobbin into bobbin case
7
Inserting bobbin case Into shuttle race
3
Threading ucper thread & Twin needle threaoing
9
Drawing up boobin thread
10
Changing sewing directions
10
Control dial & Adjusting thread tension
(1 & 12
Regulating the presser toot pressure
(3
Drop feed
13
Changing needle
14
Fabric. Thread. Needle table
(5
To start sewing
Toñnishseam
Straight stitch
Zigzag sewing
Button sewing
Zipper sewing
Hemming
Twin Needle
Embroidery
Quilter & Seam guide
Buttonhole sewing
Maintenance (Cleaning and oiling)
Checking Performance Prootems WHAT TO DO
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NAME OF PARTS (FRONT VIEW)
Sub-spool pin
Top cover
Presure Regulator
Take up lever
Needle position knob
Reverse button
Stitch lengtfl aiai
Thread tension dial
Presser foot
Shuttle
read guide for upper threading
Extension table
—1—
(REAR VtEW)
Bobbin winder spindle
Upper
Bobbin winder stopper
±i read
guide
Stop clamp
Motion knob
Hand wheel
Needle clamp screw
Presser foot lever
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ACCESSORIES
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Bobbin
Spool pin felt
Button attaching loot
Zigzag foot
(On machine)
Macgine Qjj
Buttonhole cutter
Screw driver
Buttonhole foot
Zipper foot
Needle
#11
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BEFORE SEWING
1. Fit plug into the macnine.
2. Plug the macnine tc he power
supply
3. Sewing speed can be varied by
the toot control.
Sewing lamp
REMOVE ORHNSTALL BULB
1. Qoen face cover in direction of
arrow.
2. emove bulb by unscrew
ing it counter-clockwise.
3. install a new bulb y screwing it
in clockwise.
4. Use a screw type bulb with
120/1 5W(Max).
lMPOTANT : When leaving the sewing macnine unattended, the
plug must be removed from the socket outlet.
When servicing the sewing machine, or wnen removing covers or
changing amps, the macnine must ce disconnected from the supply
by removing the plug from the socket outlet.
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REMOVING EXTENSION TABLE
1 Hold the left end of table
and pull out in dIrection or
arrow.
FREE-ARM SEWiNG
1. This sewing machine can be used
as a fiat bed machine out easily
converts to free arm macnine by
removing the extension table.
2. Especially useful for sewing
sleeves, pal-it legs, tubular faDr:cs
etc., more easily.
3. To sew tubular ust sliø the sleeve
or leg of pants on to the free arm
as shown at side.
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WINDING ThE BOBBIN
1 .elease stop motion knob.
2.Thread as shown.
3.When bobbin s filled,
tighten stop motion knob.
5cm thread
7’ThcbbIn
winder
spindle -.
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Push bobbin winder spindle in
direction of arrow.
When bobbin winding is com
pleted
return
spindle
to
original position.
x
x
When bobbin winding is in
correct, release the screw of
upper thread guide and ad
Just U or down until bobbin
winding is balanced.
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REMOVING BOBBIN CASE AND BOBBiN
Hinged latch
1 .Ralse needle to Its highest
position and open the
shuttle race cover.
2. Open hinged latch of bobbin
case and pull bobbin case
out of machine.
3.elease the latch and bob
bin will fail out easily.
INSERTING BOBBIN INTO BOBBIN CASE
SLOT
1.Pull off 5cm of thread from
bobbin and insert it into
bobbin case as shown.
2.Guide the end of thread into
slot.
spnng
3.Pull into slot and under
tension spring and draw
out about 10cm of thread.
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INSERTiNG BOBBIN CASE INTO SHUTTLE RACE
1 ,Rase needle to its highest position,
pulling thread to the front, open the
latch of bobbin case and hold it.
2.Hoiding latch open, place bobbin case
onto centre pin in shuttle and release
latch
—8—
THREADING UPPER THREAD
Twin need’e tt,reading
—9—
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DRAWING UP BOBBIN ThREAD
1. Hold upper thread with left
hand, turn the hana wneel
slcwiy towards you until the
needle qoes down and
comes up. Then stop the
hand wheel when the
takeup lever is at its hignest
position. lightly araw up
the upper thread and the
lower thread will be brought
up in a loop.
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2. Pull out both threads and
place them together under
presser foot to the rear of
machine.
3. Place fabric under presser
foot from the front, lower
presser foot.
4. Start to sow
(see page 16)
CHANGLNG SEWiNG DIRECTiONS
I Lower needle oown into
fabric and raise presser foot.
pivot the fabric around the
needle to change direction
as desired.
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2. Lower presser foot and start
to sew.
—10--
CONTROL DIAL
1 Reverse button
2 Zig-zaq wOth dia’
3 Thread tensOfl daI
4 Needle posiUofl knoo
SutCh length dal
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ADJUSTING THREAD TENSION
Corec
Weak
Upper thread
Strong
Bobbin thread
Uoper thread tension
may be aciusted by
turning the thread
tension dial.
ncorrect
insice of fabric
Upoer thread
LOWER THREAD TENSION
Lower thread tension can
be adlusted
by
turning
screw on bobbin case siight•
ly to the right (clock-wise)
to increase tension. Turn
the screw (courter-clockwise)
to the left to decrease ten
sion.
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REGULATING THE PRESSER FOOT PRESSURE
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A
1
Push
oown
rifler pin
to increase pressure.
(A)
(Light to medium fabrics)
2. Push down outer ring to release pressure. (Heavy
fabrics)
cause
may
poor
feeding.
3.
Insufficient
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skipped stitcries, or difficulty in guiding the faoric.
No pressure adjustment is required wnen darn-
pressure
rig or sewing embroidery.
DROP FEED
Note: Darning date
can be purchased seoarateiy.
N
your
of fabric by
There are a few times when you want to control me feeding
self.
darning plate
Raise needle bar to its highest position and raise presser toot, place
needle piate
over needle plate aflgning two pins of darning plate with holes of
daqe 19
You may then deermine the movement of the fanric by yourself See
13
for button sewing application
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CHANGiNG NEEDLE
Needle clamp screw
Tigtteri
\Loosen
Flat face slde
away from you.
aise needle oar to its nighest position.
e ore needle.
2.Loosen needle camc screw and remov
you.
the lar sice of the needle facing away from
will
go.
1
as
tar
up
as
needle
insert
3. With
ly.
4 Tighten the needle dame screw secure
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FABRIC
THREAD NEEDLE TABLE
Please note that me foIl owing list
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Fabric
Thread
a guide when sewing different fabrics.
Needle
Lencttr
Pressure of
oresser foot
Ptiissure
regulation
Lgnt
SE\
Nylon
lao
Trcot
160 S. oeri
Sik
50 sk
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Ging nam
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Incica
Z
Srtcn ength
dIa’
tension
9
1 3
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Medium
ttns
Cotton
Fber
Wool silk
\
is
60-80
Cotton
:ber
o.
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1 1
a
Denim
so cotton
Jersey
50 S.
Tweed
150Sk
Fiberl
1 (
)
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IGaoardtne 60 lk
Heavy
\
1 4
.
Jerse’60 S.
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14.16
11.14
11.14
15
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0.5
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TO START SEWING
Imoortant Hints
est position before starttnQ na
1. Raise the take-up ever to its high
after stopping sewing.
rear of machine to tne first
2. Hold born threads about 10 cms tc the
two or three stitches.
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3. Sufficient fabric should be placed unde
needle
before owering
presser foot.
4. Depress foot and start to se’i’
of faric you clan to use,
length of stitch and tension suitaole
the
tar
ine
mach
the
ttng
aalus
to your fabric.
5. Test the machine stitches n a scrap
Attention
1. When turning the balaj,ce
wneel manually,
always turn
t
toward you.
2.Guide the cloth gently with your hand.
the needle out of the
3. To Oreverit breaking needle always raise
fabric when you
stop sewing.
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TO FiNISH SEAM
I .Sew to the eoge of seam.
2Push the reverse button and sew in reverse for
about 3-4 orns.
3.Raise needle to its highest posItion
4.Ltt presser foot ano pull ou the faonc to rear of
macnine.
5.Cut threads as shown on the threab cutter.
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STRAIGHT STITCH
I This type of siticning is the one useO mos
t treuentIy.
2 The zig-zag presser foot can be used
for both straight arc zig-zag
sewing.
3.For sewing light fabric, use smaller
stitch size. (Refer to cage 15 for diat
setting).
ZIGZAG SEWING
zIQzaa width
t3oStlon
E
L
1
Satin stitching can be used for
sewing initiats. patterns, appllque, etc.
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BUTTON SEWING
1 .Lower drop teed.
2. Place button attaching presser toot n position.
and lower resser foot.
3.Ptace button between presser foot and fabric
g that tne needle enters
4.Manually turn hand whee towards you ensurin
into both ho’es of button without obstruction.
(Increase or decreise width setting).
5.Sew about 7 stitches.
6.PuiI both threads to the underside arid tie together.
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ZIPPER SEWING
Select
stralgnt stItch.
1. ZIpper foot is designec to
sew close to a raised edge
preventing sewing cr1 zipper
2. Place zipper foot in position
arid attach firmly
3. Fold the fabric about 2 cm
arid place fabric under foot
1. To sew the left side of zipper
set the zipper toot on the rigrlt
side of the needle.
2. To sew the right side of zipper
set the zipper loot on the left side
of the needle.
sew as illustrated.
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Note.
HEMMING
Hemmer foot can be purchased separately.
position. Replace the foot with the
1. Raise the foot and the needle to its highest
hemmer foot.
and place it under the foot. Secure tne
2. Fold over the fabric edge by about 3mm
and draw the hem
folded edge with a few stitches. Take out the workplece
into the hemmer foot by pulling the threads.
3. Lower the foot and sew the hem.
4. Durning sewing, fold the fadric to the left a little and allow
it
to run into the
hemmer foot.
5. Make sure that the facric does not move under
fabric
must
the right
half or the foot, The
be fed into the scroll of the hemmer sutficently so that the work
piece edge runs freely through the groove under the foot.
Only suitable materials can be used and some practice may be necessary to acneive
best results.
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ThVIN NEEDLE
Note:
Twin needle can be purchased separately
. Thread both threads througn me
emove regular needle and insert twin needle
before last thread guide above the
same oath as for normal sewing. Seøarate threads
twin needle.
needle. Insert one thread into the right needle of
.
needle
Insert other thread into the left needle of twiii
r 2 setting. Exceeding this will
CAUTTON:Do not set stitch width wider than numbe
cause breaking of needle.
EMBROIDERY
to form the desired effect.
Lower feed dog and move hooped fabric slowly
See Page 13 drop teed
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QUILTER
i separately.
Note: Quilt guice can be purcnase
er.
on top of presser toot hold
ISlide arm through hole
h distance.
2.Move guioe to regured stitc
SEAM GUIDE
hased separately.
Note: Seam guide can be purc
-3
ng
1. Use seam guide wnen sewi
edge ci material.
from
tong seam of regular distance
, and adjust dis
bed, at right of needle fate
2. Set guide hole on
allowance.
seam
ed
desir
for
e
to the guid
tance from the needle
rial touching guide.
3.Run macrune with edge of mate
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BU]TONHOLE SEWING
THE FABRIC.
1.M.ARK WITH A PENCIL OR CHAU( THE EXACT LENGTH OF THE BUTTONHOLE ON
LE FOOT & PUT ThE FABRIC
2. REMOVE THE REGULAR PRESSER FOOT AND ATTACH ThE BUTTONHO
UNDER THE BUTTONHOLE FOOT.
ON
3. SET THE STCH LENGTH KNOB ON 0’, ZIGZAG WIDTh KNOB ON 5 AND NEEDLE posrno KNOB
CENTER POSITION. THEN SEW 3-5 STITCHES AS FIGURE (1).,
POSITION KNOB ON LEFT
4. SET STITCH LENGTh ABOUT 0.5. ZiGZAG WIDTh KNOB ABOUT 7 NEEDLE
MARKING.
OF
THE
END
ThE
REACHES
YOU
UN11LL
(2)
FIGURE
AS
SEW
THEN
POSITION.
5. SET ZIGZAG WIDTH KNOB ON 5 THEN SEW 3-5 STITCHES AS FIGURE (3).
POSITION KNOB ON
6. SET THE STITCH LENGTH KNOB ABOUT 0.5. ZIGZAG WIDTh KNOB ON 2. NEEDLE
MARKING AS
RIGHT POSITION. PUSH ThE R BUTTON SEW UNTILL YOU REACHES THE END OF THE
(4).
FIGURE
LE CUTTER
7, REMOVE FABRIC FROM THE MACHINE AND OPEN ThE BUTTONHOLE WITH A BUTTONHO
CR SEAM CUTTER.
(1)
(2)
(4)
1r
it
4
Cul outtonhole along centre ith
cutter as shown.
Before sewing fit bultonhole tool
as shown.
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AND OILING)
MAINTENANCE (CLEANING
position.
Raise needle to its highest
TaKe OUt bOOOi case.
ted.
Turn latch knob A as illustra
cover.
Take off sriuttle race
5. Take out snuttle hook.
and hook.
6. Clean anc oil snuttle race
1.
2.
3.
4.
o
•
A
0
4.
then replace in the reverse order.
C
Cleaning shuttle race
(A Latcn knob
(B) Shuttle race cover
(C) Shuttle hook
Nt
Open top cover and oil points indicatec.
Open face cover and oil points
indicated.
Cleaning feed dog
base.
Oil points indicated on underside of bed
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Puckering
Machine Jamming
Knocking Noise
Breaking Bobbin
Thread
Breaking Needle
Fabric not
moving
PROBLEM
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Tension too tight.
Sewing toot pressure too strong
Incorrect use of fabric, and
thread,
No oil.
Dust and thread in shuttle.
Improper threading.
Tight upper thread tension.
Needle bent.
Nicks or burrs on shuttle.
Incorrect setting of needle.
Needle bent.
Pulling fabric.
Incorrect use of needle, thread
or fabric.
Feed dog down.
Machine not moving.
Stitch length dial no positicn.
Light pressure on presser loot.
PROBABLE CAUSE
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Raise feed dog.
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-Reset.
Adlust sewing loot pmessure
Use correct fabric, needle and
thread.
[leeds oiling
Glean stmutlle.
Re-thread machine.
Ioosen upper thread tension.
Fit new needle.
Replace shuttle, or polish oil
burrs completely.
Reset needle.
Fit new needle.
Do not pull fabric.
Correct use of needle, thread
or fabric.
ghbei etop mollon.
oving dial to 1-4.
Increase pressure on presser
toot.
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CORRECTION
CHECKING PERFORMANCE PROBLEMS WHAT TO DO
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