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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS When using the sewing machine, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following: Read all instruction before using. DANGER - To reduce the risk of electric shock: • The sewing machine should never be left unattended when plugged in. • Always 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. WARNING - To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or injury to persons: • Do not allow this machine to be used as a toy. Close attention is necessary when the sewing machine is used by or near children. • Use this sewing machine only for its intended use as described in this manual. Use only aceessories recommended by the manufacturer as contained in this manual. Never operate this sewing machine 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 sewing machine to the nearest authorized dealer or service center for examination, repair, electrical or mechanical adjustment. • 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, dust and loose cloth. • Never drop or insert any object into any openings. • Do not use this machine outdoors. • Do not operate this machine where areosol (spray) products are being usecl or where oxygen is being administered. • To disconnect, turn the main switch to the symbol" O " position 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 fingers away from all moving parts. Special care is requirecl around the sewing machine needle. • Always use the proper needle plate. The wrong plate can cause the needle to break. • Do not use a bent needle. • Do not pull or push the fabric while stitching. It may deflect the needle causing it to break. • Cut off the power position when making and adjustments 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 electrical outlet 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 GB Anl.790.GB/SE/DK/FI/CZ/HU 13.09.2006 13:32 Uhr Seite 3
2 CONTENTS A Brief Introduction Chapter I Imporatant Functions Name of parts: Chapter II Preparation before sewing Extendable 3 Accessory 3 Power supply 4 Foot controller 4 Sewinglamp 4 Remove and attach presser foot 4 Change the needle 5 Thread and needle chart 5 How to use spool holder 5 Remove and attach the bobbin case 6 Wind the bobbin 6 Attach bobbin into bobbin case 6 Machine threading 7 Draw up lower threading 7 Tension at adjustment of upper thread 7 Pattern selection dial 8 Select double action stitch 8 Stitch length selection dial 8 Stitch width selection dial 8 Reverse sewing button 8 Lower feed dog 8 Presser foot pressure selection dia 9 Chapter III Start sewing Straight sewing 9 Change sewing direction 9 Use leg wire on the needle plate 10 Right-angle drive 10 Zigzag sewing 10 Chapter IV Join fabric Zigzag over-lock 10 Triple zigzag stitching 11 Triple stretch straight stitching 11 Button sewing 11 Make a buttonhole 12 Buttonhole with decorative stitching 12 Zipper insertion 13 Blind hem 13 Chapter V Decorative stitching Shell stitchin 13 Double Action stitching 14 Reticulate stitching 14 Box-shaped elastic stitching 14 Pad stitching 15 Edge joining 15 Chapter VI Maintainance of machine Remove the shuttle and its accessories 15 Clean feed dog 16 Oil the machine 16 Obstacle avoidance 17 Anl.790.GB/SE/DK/FI/CZ/HU 13.09.2006 13:32 Uhr Seite 4
4 POWER SUPPL POWER SUPPLY Y SEWING LAMP SEWING LAMP REMOTE REMOTE AND AND A ATT TTACH PRESSER FOOT ACH PRESSER FOOT It is to be determined that the voltage and frequency indicated on the machine should be identical to the supply prior to connected to the power. 1.Connect machine plug (5) to, machine interface (4) 2.Connect attaching plug (1) to recacle(3). 3.Switch on sewing lamp with switch button (2). (1) Attachplug (2) Switchbutton (3) Receptacle (4) Machine interface (5) Machine plug (6) Foot controller Foot controller Foot controller Foot controller may change speed of sewing. The tighter the switch is pressed, the faster stitching goes. Sewing lamp Sewing lamp hulb stands at the back of top cover.Take the top cover when changing the bulb (front screw). ! Note Switch off the power before replacing a bulb. Take out a bulb: Hold it and screw off to the left. Fit over a bulb: Hold it and screw on to the right. Removing: Turn forward the balance wheel while raising the needle to the highest position. Leveling up the presser foot. Hold back the lever on the foot bearer while releasing the presser foot. Installing: Fit over the presser foot so that its plate dowel is just opposite to the groove. Lower the presser foot lever and its presser foot will be fixed to the place. Anl.790.GB/SE/DK/FI/CZ/HU 13.09.2006 13:32 Uhr Seite 6
5 CHANGING THE NEEDLE CHANGING THE NEEDLE THEAD THEAD AND NEEDLE CHART AND NEEDLE CHART HOW T HOW TO USE SPOOL O USE SPOOL HOLDER HOLDER Turn forward the balance wheel while raising the needle to the high level and lower the presser foot. Loosen the needle clamp bolt by turning it anti-clockwise.Remove the used needle and insert the new one with its flat side facing the back. While inserting the needle, the needle should be pressed as firmly as possible up into the needle clamp, which should he tightened with a screwdriver. Note! Regular checking should be done to ensure that the needle is never twisted or blunt. Knitting materıals, lıne silk or silk fabrıcs may frequently encounter knots and skipping stitches, which are often caused by the damaged needles. Spool holder is used lo hold spools.Pulling up the spool holder when sewing. Prees the spoolholder down, when the machine is packed Pressdown the machine when it is packed. (1) upper tread (2) hole (fig.1) Instruction: (fig.2) In case that the thread in use is easily tangled with spool holder or knotted, you can pull the thread through the hole as shown in the illustration. While keeping the hole facing the spool. Needle size Material Cotton thread Specification Silk thread Specification Nr. 60 (#7) Fine silk 70-80 100-140 Nr. 70 (#10) Crepe Nr. 80 (#12) Poplin Pure Silk 50-60 80-lOO Nr. 80-9O (#12-14) Woolen, cloth Cotton 40-50 60-70 Nr. 90-100 (#14-16) Wool 30-40 50-60 Nr. 90-100 t#14-18) Jeans Materials 30 45-50 Elastic stitching Nr. 70 (#10) Knitting Materials 70-80 100-140 (fig.1) + (fig.2) Anl.790.GB/SE/DK/FI/CZ/HU 13.09.2006 13:32 Uhr Seite 7
6 REMOVE REMOVE AND LOAD THE BOBBIN CASE AND LOAD THE BOBBIN CASE WINDING WINDING PUT THREAD INT PUT THREAD INTO THE BOBBIN CASE O THE BOBBIN CASE (2) Bobbin exit Press the bobbin case handle to the inner- most to ensure joining when loading it into the bobbin case. (3) Bobbin case handle (1) Pull out the balance wheel to the right so as to break contact with machine (2) Draw thread from the spool through the bobbin winder tension disc. (3) Pull thread through the hole in the bobbin and insert the bobbin into the bobbin shaft. (4) Turn the bobbin to the right. (5) Hold the end of the thread and keep stepping down the foot controller. Stop the after several turns.Cut the excess thread close to the bobbin. (6) Stop down again the foot controller. Wind thread until the bobbin is full and stop the machine. Push the shaft to the left and cut the thread. (7) Push the balance wheel to the left to close contact (to the original position). Instruction: The bobbin shaft is to be pushed to the left when the winding finished. Live the Cover (1) Cover Turn forward the balance wheel to raise the needle. Hold on to the bobbin exit and pull out the bobbin case. (3) Bobbin case handle (3) Spulenkapselfinger Load bobbin in bobbin case. Make sure that the thread is pulled out in the direction indicated by the arrowhead (clockwise). (2) Pull thread into the slit of bobbin case. (3) And then, pull thread through bobbin tension regulator spring to the outlet hole. Instruction: pull thread out about 10 cm. Anl.790.GB/SE/DK/FI/CZ/HU 13.09.2006 13:32 Uhr Seite 8
Turning forward the balance wheel and move thread take-up lever to the highest positon. Raise presser foot and insert the spool into spoolholder (as shown in the illustration). Draw thread from the back side of the spool. (1) Lead the thread through the pre- tension. (2) Hold the thread and pull it into the thread tension disc and then past the thread plate. (3) Pull up the thread tightly and let it through the slit of thread take-up lever from the right side. (4) Then pull down thread and let it through the thread hook. (5) Pull down thread and let it go through the catch the thread hook. (6) Pull thread through needle hole from the front to the back. Instruction: Cut the thread with sharp scissors so as to make easy threading.ln. MACHINE THREADING MACHINE THREADING DRA DRAW UP W UP LOWER THREAD LOWER THREAD TENSION TENSION ADJUSTMENT OF UPPER THREAD ADJUSTMENT OF UPPER THREAD (1) Lift presser foot and hold the upper thread lightly with your left hand. (2) Keep turning forward the balance wheel until thread take-up Iever is at its highest position.Pull the upper thread so as to pull up the lower thread. (3) Leave about 5 cm of both threads and pull them under the presser foot then toward the back of the presser foot. Leave 10 cm of both threads. While doing straight stitching, both upper and lower threads must be knotted between the two layers of garment. Adjust selection dial of thread tension disc within the window. (1) Regulated indicator (2) The smaller the tension of upper thread is bigger, turn up the ındıcator. (3) The tension of upper thread ıs smaller, turn down the indicator. The tension of upper thread in case of zigzag stitching. In order to achieve good effect of zigzagging, the tension of upper thread should be less than that of straight stitching. The upper thread should be visible from the reverse. 7 Anl.790.GB/SE/DK/FI/CZ/HU 13.09.2006 13:33 Uhr Seite 9
8 P PA ATTERN SELECTION DIAL TTERN SELECTION DIAL Needle is pulled out from fabric and the desired size of stitching should he selected on the selection dial. Select Double Action stitching As for stitching Double Action stitching, its length should be adjusted into (1)-(8). Wıth the following adjustment, the length of stitchcould be selected as you like. " + " refers to thick stitch in Iength. " - " refers to sparse stitch in length. Instruction: Width of stitch changes between selection dial 2 and 3 should be different. SELECTION DIAL SELECTION DIAL FOR LENGTH OF STITCH FOR LENGTH OF STITCH -Turn the selection dial with help adjust stitch to its ideal length. - The bigger the number is,the longer the stitch is. � …… ” is the correct range of adjustment for making buton holes -Range from 0.5 to 4 could be used for zigzag stitching -The correct elastic stitch value should be (1)-(10). How to make the elastic stitch better? In case the elastic stitch turns out to be unsatisfactory, you may turn the selec- tion dial to “ - " and in this way, stitches would be thicker while turning to “+" they would be more sparse. Instruction: while turning the selection dial. The needle should be stopped at a rather high position above fabric. REVERSE BUTT REVERSE BUTTON ON If the reverse button is always pressed down, the machine will do reverse stit- ching all the time. Lower feed dog 1. Open the cover (1) Cover 2. Lower the feed dog by pulling down the shaft and moving it towards the direction inclicated by the arrow head as shown in the illustration. (2) Lower teeth lever 3. Raise the feed dog by pulling down the lower teeth lever and moving it towards the direction indicated and reach "A" by the arrowhead as shown in the illustration. Instruction: for ordinary sewing, all the feed dog shall be raised. Anl.790.GB/SE/DK/FI/CZ/HU 13.09.2006 13:33 Uhr Seite 10
9 FOOT PRESSURE SELECTION DIAL FOOT PRESSURE SELECTION DIAL For ordinary sewing, selection dial is present at " 3 ". And its pressure drops to " 2 " when sewing appliques, mesh fabrics and embroidery. As for chiffon, lace, yarn and other miscellaneous fine materi- als, you may put the dial to " 3 ". Cotton flannel and braided stretch textile should be adjusted to " 1 ". (1) Regulatory value indication CHAPTER III ST CHAPTER III START SEWING ART SEWING Straight stitching Raise presser foot and put cloth beside leg wire of needle plate.Turn forward the balance wheel and lower the needle down into the fabric. Lower presser foot and make sure that thread is pla- ced backward. Step down fool controller. Fabric will go along leg wire and is carned forward auto- matically by feed dog. In order to make end of thread firm, please press the reverse stitch buton and do several reverse stitches. Raise presser foot extract fabric and pull the thread backward. Clip both threads with a cutter. Leave certain length of thread for future use. CHANGE SEWING DIRECTION CHANGE SEWING DIRECTION Stop the machine, and turn the balance wheel to bring the needle down into the fabric. Raise the presser foot. Turn the fabric to change direction as desired. Lower the presser foot to resume sewing. (1) Pattern selection dial: 1 or 2 (2) stitch length: 1.5 - 4 (3) presser foot for needlework: zigzag (4) pressure of thread tension disc: 2-6 Anl.790.GB/SE/DK/FI/CZ/HU 13.09.2006 13:33 Uhr Seite 11
10 THE STRIPS OF LEG WIRE ON THE NEEDLE PLA THE STRIPS OF LEG WIRE ON THE NEEDLE PLATE TE The Strips of leg wire on the needle plate is of great help to maintaining width between the needle and the thread. Instruction: these data conforrn to the distance between strips of leg wire and the needle. (1) Strips of leg wire (2) Comer (3) Needle plate (4) Hole of needle plate (5) The width of sewing to the center of needle CHAPTER IV CLOTHES STITCHING CHAPTER IV CLOTHES STITCHING Zigzag over-lock (1) pattern selection dial:3), 3-5 (2) stitch length: 1 - 4 (3) presser foot: zigzag (4) thread tension disc: 2-6 Simple zigzag stitches are often used for hemming. Making button holes and elastic bends. (1) pattern selection dial:3, 3-8 (2) stitch length: M1-2 (3) presser foot: zigzag (4) thread tension disc:4-6 The stitch is used for making over-lock so that thread at the edge of cloth shall not fall apart. RIGHT RIGHT-ANGLE STITCH -ANGLE STITCH While doing right stitches, a space of 1.6 cm should bekept apart from the edge of fabric When the edge of fabric is aligned with the corner. stop the machine and turn (forward) the balance wheel to lower the needle. Raise the presser foot, turn the fabric around the needle to change direction until its edge is aligned with the strip of leg wire of 1.6 cm. Lower the presser foot and sew in the new direction. (2) Thread from the corner Figure on the needle plate 10 15 20 3/8 4/8 5/8 6/8 Spacing in cm 1.0 1.5 2.0 1.0 1.3 1.6 1.9 ZIGZAG STITCHING ZIGZAG STITCHING Anl.790.GB/SE/DK/FI/CZ/HU 13.09.2006 13:33 Uhr Seite 12
11 TRIPLE STRETCH STRAIGHT STRITCHING TRIPLE STRETCH STRAIGHT STRITCHING (1) pattern selection dial:3, 3-8 ( (2) stitch length: M 1-2 (3) presser foot: zigzag (4) thread tension disc:4-6 The stitch is used for synthetic materials and other materials that get folds easily. It also suits over-lock so as to avoid threads falling apart. It is fit for sewing elastic bends and darning. A strip of hemming-stitch with 1.5 cm is to be left. Cut off the strip of hemming-stitching after sewing. (1) pattern selection dial: 1 or 2 (2) stitch length: (1)-(8) (3) presser foot: zigzag (4) thread tension disc: 4-6 Two stitches forward and then one stitch backward will make the stitching firm. Prior to stitching garment pıeces, make a sample by using pins. Such stitches are most suitable for sewing crotches. BUTT BUTTON SEWING ON SEWING (1) Stitch selection dial: 3); 3-5 (aslong as fit for button sewing) (2) Stitch length: could be adjusted to any figure (3) Stitch wide: making presser foot for button sewing (4) Presser foot: button sewing (5) Tread tension disk presser: 1-3 (6) Tape the button over the marked position (See page 11) Align both holes of the button with groove slots while placing the left button hole directly under the needle point. Low presser foot -Turn pattern selection dial -turn the stitch width just up to the top of right button hole. Make 5 stitches approximately and raise the needle. To get a thicker button handle, cut the thread wıth 20 cm left. Bring the upper thread down through the button hole and wind it around the button handle for several turns. Draw the thread to the back and make a knot. Instruction: raise the teed dog again after sewing buttons. TRIPLE ZIGZAG TRIPLE ZIGZAG Anl.790.GB/SE/DK/FI/CZ/HU 13.09.2006 13:33 Uhr Seite 13
12 Stitch width is to be chosen arbitranly with in between 0 and 1 range according to varia- tion of stitch length. (1) For thicker stitching, adjust selection dial to "O". Satin stitches suit light- weight material. (2) For thicker stitching, adjust selection dial to "1”. Loose stitches suit heavyweıght material. Instructron: Make trial stıtchıng on some small cloth so as to find out the optimum effect. (1) Make the marks of buttonhole carefully on the material. (2) Pull forward slide (A),keep the mark (C)on it in conformity to the initial mark (B),The mark on the presser foot should be aligned with that of the material Lower the presser foot. Instruction: marks on the slide should be carved in cm. (3) Adjust stitch selection dial to. Keep stitching forward until come to the marks in front of the buttons and then stop sewing with needle pausing at top left. (4) Adjust stitch selection dial to Make 4-6 stitches before stopping sewing with needle pausing at top right. (5) Adjust stitch selection dial to Keep stitching backward until come to the marks at the back of buitons and then stop sewing with needle pausing at top right. (6) Adjust stitch selection dial to Make 4-6 stitches before stopping sewing with needle pausing at top left. (7) After sewing: buttonholes, take out fabrics. Insert a pin at the back hole of buttonhole so that the end of thread of buttonhole will not be cut off mis takely. Cut out the buttonhole carefully with a buttonhole cutter. BUTT BUTTONHOLES WITH DECORA ONHOLES WITH DECORATIVE STITCHING TIVE STITCHING (1) pattern selection dial:BH (2) stitch length: IIIIIIIIII (0,5-1) (3) presser foot: making buttonholes (4) thread tension disc tension: 3-5 1. Raise the foot plate of buttonholes sewing hang the laid in threads on the cam at the back of presser foot, (1) Positioning cam 2. Draw forward the end of additional thread under the presser foot and place it under the center of presser foot. 3. Hold tightly the additional thread and hook the fork in front of the presscr foot. 4. Bring the neddle into the fabrics before starting sewing and lower the presser foot. 5. Slowly step down foot controller buttonholes, with each face of buttonholes encasing the laid-in threads 6.Take out fabrics and clip sewing thread. 7. Pull the laid-in threads from left side and hold it tightly. 8.The end of thread should be wound to darning needle. Draw the thread to the back and clip. Instruction: while cutting out buttonholes, pay attention to the instruction on Page 12. BUTT BUTTONHOLES ONHOLES (1) satural pattern selection dial: see the drawing 1 (2) stitch length: (0,5-1) (3) presser foot: making buttonholes (4) thread tension disc tension: 3-5 Anl.790.GB/SE/DK/FI/CZ/HU 13.09.2006 13:33 Uhr Seite 14
13 BLIND HEMMING BLIND HEMMING (1) pattern selection dial: 1 (2) stitch length: 1,5-4 (3) presser foot: zipper (4) thread tension disc pressure: 4-6 Stick a zipper or needle it to the fabrics and place it under foot plate. Draw the thread to be back and lower the presser foot. Sew on the left sıde of the zıpper by guıdıng the zipper teeth as close as possible to the needle drop. Fabrics and zipper should be stitched tightly at the same time Pivot fabric to the opposite side and the way to stitch the other side of zipper should be identical to that of the left side. (1) Pattern selection dial: 5-6 (2) stitch length: 1-3 (3) presser foot: zigzag plus guiding plate (4) thread tension disc pressure: 4-6 1. Folding method for fabrics (1) Back side of fabrics (2) 0.4-0.7cm 2. Lower presser foot, release the screw of the fixed presser foot and push forward the guiding plate between the screw and foot plate groove. Fix the screw and make sure that the stopper of guilding plate should be installed in the middle of foot plate. 3. raisc the presser foot, place fabrics under the foot while keeping tucks facing the stopper of the guiding plate. Lower the presser foot and stitch slowly in order to command a better control.The needle on the left zlgzag should be brought just into tucks. Pay attention to the tucks, which are to be placed at the side of stopper of guiding plate while sewing. 4. When rıght upper layer of cloth ıs ıroned upward, its stitches are hardly to be perceived. CHAPTER V DECORA CHAPTER V DECORATIVE STITCHING TIVE STITCHING Shell stitching (1) pattern selection dial: 9 (2) stitch length: 2 (3) presser foot: zigzag (4) thread tension disc pressure: 6-8 Folded cloth lace should be placed beside the presser foot and needle on the right of the cloth so as to work out shell stitching. ZIPPER SEWING ZIPPER SEWING Anl.790.GB/SE/DK/FI/CZ/HU 13.09.2006 13:33 Uhr Seite 15
14 RETICULA RETICULATE STITCHING TE STITCHING (1) pattern selection dial: (1-10) (2) stitch length: (1)-(10) (3) presser foot: zigzag (4) thread tension disc pressure: 2-6 With following adjustment, the stitch length could be selected as you like. Adjustment to " + " reters to thick stitch in length. Adjustment to " - " refers to sparse stitch in length. (1) pattern selection dial: 6 (2) stitch length: 1-10 (3) presser foot: zigzag (4) thread tension disc pressure: 4-6 Straight stitch the tucked side with spacing of 1 cm. Select "4” for its stitch length. Knot the thread on one side.Tighten lower thread and make tucks with even spaces. Fıx the thread on the other side. Make a reticulate and decoratıve stitching along the middle of tucks. Then, extract the tuck stitches. Instruction: Decrease upper thread tension will make tuck decoration easy. BOX SHAPED ELASTIC STITCHING BOX SHAPED ELASTIC STITCHING (1) pattern selection dial: 8 (2) stitch length: 1 (3) presser foot: zigzag (4) thread tension disc pressure: 4-6 The stitches are most suitable to sewing the elastic cords over 3 mm of children's sleeves. Tighten the elastic cord after sewing. Such stitches are aiso good to sewing heavyweight Fold the two seamless fabrics and stitch them together. DOUBLE DOUBLE ACTION STITCHING ACTION STITCHING Anl.790.GB/SE/DK/FI/CZ/HU 13.09.2006 13:33 Uhr Seite 16
15 EDGE JOINT EDGE JOINT (1) pattern selection dial: 3 (2) stitch length: 0,5-1 (3) presser foot: zigzag (4) thread tension disc pressure: 1-4 (5) presser foot presser: 2 Adhere tightly the decorative parts to the fabrics or iron it with solvable non-woven textiles. Stitch around the decorative parts and make sure that suture beyond the decorative parts should disappear. Insert the needle into the cloth when encountering corner. Raise the presser foot and pivot the cloth to the left or right. Instruction: After sewing, adjust the selecıion dial (1) pattern selection dial: 10 (2) stitch length: 1-10 (3) presser foot: zigzag (4) thread tension disc pressure: 4-6 Fold in both sides with 1.5 cm each and iron it. The folded sides should be fixed to non-woven textiles with spacing of 0.3 cm. Slowly stitch and make sure that each stitch should reach the folding edges. CHAPTER VI MAINT CHAPTER VI MAINTAINANCE OF MACHINE AINANCE OF MACHINE Remove the pendular shuttle and its assemblies Instruction: switch off lamp or pull plug out.Take out the pendular shuttle: Raise needle to its highest position and lift shuttle Gover. Remove the bobbin case from the machine, Uncover shuttle lever and draw out the shuffle retaining ring. Instruction: clean the feed dog with a brush and soft and dry rag (1) Bobbin case (2) Shuttle lever (3) Shuttle retaining ring (4) Pendular shuttle (5) Shuttle carrıer Installation of the pendular shuttle: hold shuttle center pin and fit carefully black into the shuttle carrier. Refit shuttle retaining ring and make sure that the following Center pin is fixed in the Slot of the shuttle canier. Lock retaining ring by turning levers back into position. Refit bobbin case with bobbin (6) Center pin (7) Slot P PAD STITCHING AD STITCHING Anl.790.GB/SE/DK/FI/CZ/HU 13.09.2006 13:33 Uhr Seite 17
16 ÖLEN DER MASCHINE ÖLEN DER MASCHINE Switch off lamp and pull plug out before cleaning the feed dog. Remove the needle and presser foot. Remove the screw on the left hand side of the nee- dle plate with the screwdriver. Remove the needle plate. Clean the feed dog teeth with a brush and refit the needle plate. Fit the presser foot and it is ready for sewing Instruction: to obtain first rate effect of needlework. Frequent cleaning is required for frequent use. OIL OIL THE WORKS THE WORKS Instruction: Apply only one or two drops of machine oil, or cloth will be stained. If the machine should not run well after being out of use for a long period, apply a few drops of oil before running it and the result will be the same as the well thumbed condition OILING THE BACK OF T OILING THE BACK OF TOP OP Remove the cover, screw and top cover Oiling the parts as shown in the illustration. (1) Cover (2) Screw (3) Top cover OIL OIL THE PENDULAR SHUTTLE THE PENDULAR SHUTTLE Oiling is required for the positions marked in the illustration (4) Cover CLEANING THE FEED DOG CLEANING THE FEED DOG Anl.790.GB/SE/DK/FI/CZ/HU 13.09.2006 13:33 Uhr Seite 18
17 Obstacle avoidance Obstacle avoidance Malfunction Malfunction Cause Cause Explanation Explanation 1.Upper thread is not correctly installed. See Page 7 Upper thread breaks 2.Upper thread tension is too tight. See Page 7 3.Needle is bent or dull. See Page 5 4.Needle is misplaced. See Page 5 5.Fabrics are not pulled backward after sewing. See Page 9 6.Thread is either too thick or too thin. See Page 5 1.Lower thread is not threaded properly in See Page 6 the shuttle hook. Clean the bobbin Lower thread breaks 2.There is fine hair inside hook. case 3.Bobbin is damaged. Replace bobbin 1.Needle is not correctly installed. See Page 5 2.Needle is bent or dull. Needlebreaks 3.Needle clamp screw goes loose. See Page 5 4.Upper thread tension is to tight. See Page 7 5.Fabrics are not pulled backward after sewing. See Page 9 6.Needle is too thin to the cloth to be stitched.. See Page 5 7.Pattern selection dial is not turned See Page 8 properly. 1.Needle is incorrectly installed. See Page 5 2.Needle is bent or dull. Skipping stitch 3.Neither needle nor thread is fit for sewing. See Page 5 4.Upper threading is not correct. See Page 7 Anl.790.GB/SE/DK/FI/CZ/HU 13.09.2006 13:33 Uhr Seite 19
18 Malfunction Malfunction Cause Cause Explanation Explanation 1. Upper thread tension is too tight. See Page 7 2.Threading is not correct See Page 7 Fabric puckers 3.Needle is too thick for the fabric See Page 5 4.Stitches are too big to the cloth to be sewn. See Page 8 Non-woven lining under the cloth is required for very thin cloth to be stitched. 1.Upper thread pressure it too weak. See Page 7 Loop in seam. 2.The combination of needle size / thread See Page 5 size / fabric is incorrect, either too thick or too thin. Fabric does not 1.Feed dog is stained by fine hair. See Page 16 feed propertly 2.Feed dog is not hoisted. See Page 8 3.Stitching is too small. See Page 8 1.Main power switch is turned off. See Page 16 Machine does not work 2.thread in the hook is tangled See Page 6 3.Clutch release switch ıs set at bobbin mark. See Page 16 Machine is noisy 1.thread in the hook is tangled. See Page 16 and works slowly. 2.feed dog is stained by fine hair. See Page 16 Insufficient oiling. Anl.790.GB/SE/DK/FI/CZ/HU 13.09.2006 13:33 Uhr Seite 20
GB Technical specifications: Voltage 230 V, 50 Hz Total effect 85 Watt Motor effect 70 Watt Working light 15 Watt (Lamp E14 max 15 Watt) Stitchspeed max 800 stitch pr. minut Trademark-License AEG® by Licentia Patent-Verwaltungs-GmbH Anl.790.GB/SE/DK/FI/CZ/HU 13.09.2006 13:32 Uhr Seite 1
SE Symaskin NO Symaskin DK Symaskine FIN Ompelukone ZANUSSI is a registered trademark under license from AB Electrolux.
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