Manual - Husqvarna Viking

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Manual - Husqvarna Viking
User’s Guide
KEEPING THE WORLD SEWING™
This household sewing machine is designed to comply with IEC/EN 60335-2-28 and UL1594
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using an electrical appliance, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following:
Read all instructions before using this household sewing machine.
DANGER – To reduce the risk of electric shock:
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electric shock, or injury to person:
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the manufacturer as contained in this manual.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Getting to know your machine
MACHINE OVERVIEW
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ACCESSORIES
1:7
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Presser Feet ......................................................................1:8
STITCHES
ALPHABETS
1:10
1:16
Set Up
2:1
UNPACKING
2:2
Connecting the foot control cord .................................2:2
Connect the power cord and foot control ..................2:2
PACK AWAY AFTER SEWING
FREE ARM
USB PORT
2:3
2:3
2:3
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SPOOL PINS
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Vertical Position...............................................................2:4
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THREADING THE UPPER THREAD
NEEDLE THREADER
THREADING FOR TWIN NEEDLE
THREAD CUTTER
THREAD SENSOR
BOBBIN WINDING
2:5
2:5
2:6
2:6
2:6
2:7
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CHANGING THE NEEDLE PLATE
INSERTING THE BOBBIN
CHANGING THE PRESSER FOOT
CHANGING THE NEEDLE
NEEDLES
THREADS
STABILIZERS
HOW TO UPDATE YOUR MACHINE
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2:9
2:10
2:10
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Update instructions.......................................................2:11
Settings & functions
FUNCTION BUTTONS
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EXCLUSIVE SENSOR SYSTEM™
OVERVIEW TOUCH AREA
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COLOR TOUCH SCREEN
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SET MENU
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Sewing
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SEWING TECHNIQUES
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SEWING POP-UP MESSAGES
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Program
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SEWING A STITCH PROGRAM
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File Manager
FILE MANAGER
AVAILABLE MEMORY
BROWSE FILE MANAGER
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MY FILES
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ORGANIZE
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FILE MANAGER POP-UP MESSAGES
Maintenance
CLEANING THE MACHINE
TROUBLESHOOTING
6:4
7:1
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GETTING TO KNOW YOUR MACHINE
This section of the User’s Guide will give you an overview of your machine,
its accessories and stitches.
MACHINE OVERVIEW
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ACCESSORY BOX
The accessory box features special compartments for
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ACCESSORIES INCLUDED - Not in the Picture
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GETTING TO KNOW YOUR MACHINE
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PRESSER FEET
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Utility Foot A
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zigzag stitching with a stitch length longer than 1.0.
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cording for corded buttonholes.
Blindhem Foot D
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GETTING TO KNOW YOUR MACHINE
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STITCHES
A – Utility Stitches
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A - Utility
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SET UP
This section of the User’s Guide will help you get started with your machine.
Learn how to thread your machine, wind the bobbin, change needle and presser foot.
UNPACKING
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cord and a foot control cord.
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sewing result.
CONNECTING THE FOOT CONTROL CORD
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and the power cord. Connecting the foot control cord to
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going to use the machine.
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Unplug the cord from the wall socket and then from
the machine.
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the foot control cord and place inside the open area on
the underside of the foot control.
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on to the machine, behind the free arm.
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FREE ARM
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it and use the free arm.
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hems.
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SPOOL PINS
Your machine has two spool pins; a main spool pin and
an auxiliary spool pin. The spool pins are designed for all
types of thread. The main spool pin is adjustable and can
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HORIZONTAL POSITION
Place a spool cap and the thread spool on the spool pin.
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wise and slide on a second spool cap. Use a spool cap
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against the spool. There should be no space between the
spool cap and the thread spool.
Note: Not all thread spools are manufactured in the same way. If
you experience problems with the thread, turn it in the opposite way or
use the vertical position.
VERTICAL POSITION
Lift the spool pin up and all the way to the right. Lock
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the medium size spool cap or when using specialty threads,
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thread from reeling off too fast. For larger spools, the felt
pad is not needed.
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Note: When the spool pin is used in the vertical position, the thread
tension might need to be adjusted manually.
AUXILIARY SPOOL PIN
The auxiliary spool pin is used when winding a bobbin
from a second spool of thread or for a second spool when
sewing with a twin needle.
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the large spool cap. For spools smaller than the medium
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spools, the felt pad is not needed.
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THREADING THE UPPER THREAD
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the up position.
Place the thread on the spool pin and the spool cap on
the spool as described on page 2:4.
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the presser foot.
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down. The WKUHDGHUKRRN*VZLYHOVWKURXJKWKH
needle eye.
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a loop behind the needle. Pull the thread loop out
behind the needle.
Note: The needle threader is designed to be used for size 70-120
needles. You cannot use the needle threader for needles size 60 or
smaller, the wing needle, twin needle, triple needle or when the Sensor
One-Step buttonhole foot is attached. There are also some optional
accessories that require manual threading of the needle.
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THREADING FOR TWIN NEEDLE
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sure the presser foot is raised and the needle is in the up
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spool should rotate in a clockwise direction when the
thread reels off the spool.
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manually.
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spool cap. For spools smaller than the medium size
spool cap, place a felt pad under the thread spool.
5. Place the second thread on the spool pin. The second
spool should rotate in a counterclockwise direction
when the thread reels off the spool.
6. RIGHT NEEDLE: Thread the machine as before but this
thread should lie between the right thread tension discs
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the right needle manually.
Note: Activate and choose the correct needle width in Sewing Settings
in SET Menu to prevent damage to the needle or the presser foot.
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metallic increases the amount of friction on the thread. By reducing
the tension, the risk of needle breakage is prevented.
THREAD CUTTER
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the thread before and after winding a bobbin. The second
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thread after placing it in the machine. The third one is on
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and bobbin threads. Pull both threads into the cutter from
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THREAD SENSOR
When the bobbin thread is running low, the machine stops
and a pop-up appears on the screen. Replace with a wound
bobbin and continue sewing.
Note: When the bobbin thread is almost empty, the bobbin thread low
pop-up appears on the screen. You can continue sewing without closing
the pop-up before the bobbin thread runs out completly.
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BOBBIN WINDING
BOBBIN WINDING THROUGH THE NEEDLE
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position.
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horizontal position.
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position, wind the bobbin as described under “Winding Specialty
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pressing the foot control or touch the start/stop.
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bobbin winder spindle to the left and the pop-up will
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bobbin thread cutter.
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bobbin.
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sewing mechanism. Always stop winding by pushing the Start/
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spindle.
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bobbins that do not have a hole, wind several turns of thread on the
bobbin to get started.
WINDING SPECIALTY THREADS
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CHANGING THE NEEDLE PLATE
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needle plate.
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INSERTING THE BOBBIN
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2. Place the bobbin in the bobbin case. The bobbin only
drops in one way; with the logo facing up. The thread
unreels from the left of the bobbin. The bobbin
will then rotate counter-clockwise when you pull the
thread.
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CHANGING THE NEEDLE
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Use the hole in the multipurpose tool to hold the
needle.
2. Loosen the needle screw.
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from you until it will go no further.
5. Tighten the needle screw.
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used sizes.
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types and weights.
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and materials. Use with metallic and other specailty threads
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Note: Change the needle often. Always use a straight needle with a
sharp point (F). A damaged needle (G) can cause skipped stitches,
breakage or snapping of thread. A damaged needle can also damage
the needle plate.
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THREADS
STABILIZERS
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different purposes.
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sewing garments and projects.
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polyester, acrylic or metallic. These threads create a smooth
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stitching.
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wind at slow speed and wind the bobbin half full.
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other fabrics or on your sewing machine. This discoloration may be
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Fleece and denim fabric, especially red and blue, often contain excess
dye.
If you suspect that your fabric/ready-to-wear garment contains a
lot of excess dye, always pre-wash it before sewing/embroidering to
prevent discoloration of your machine.
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with the fabric when embroidering. Tear away excess
stabilizer after stitching.
Iron-on Tear-Away
Iron-on tear-away is a totally stable stabilizer that has a slick
side that will iron on to fabric. It is recommended for knits
and all unstable fabrics. Fuse it to the wrong side of the
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excess stabilizer after stitching.
Cut-Away Stabilizer
Cut-away stabilizer does not tear so the excess has to be cut
away. It is recommended for knits and all unstable fabrics,
especially for hoop embroidery.
Water Soluble Stabilizer
Water soluble stabilizer is placed on top of the fabric when
embellishing/embroidering napped and looped fabrics
such as terry cloth. When embroidering cutwork, use it
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off the fabric edge. The stabilizer disappears with heat.
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and stick the fabric onto the sticky surface. Tear away sticky
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PICTOGRAM™ PEN
Use an air or water soluble marking pen for embroidery and
Pictograms on all types of fabrics. The color disappears
after a few hours. You can also use cold water to completely
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HOW TO UPDATE YOUR MACHINE
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retailer for updates and upgrades for your machine and
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machine.
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your machine on.
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SETTINGS & FUNCTIONS
This section of the User’s Guide will guide you through the basic settings and function buttons
of your machine. Learn how to navigate the functions and settings on the Interactive Color
Touch Screen and how to use the function buttons on the sewing machine head.
FUNCTION BUTTONS
Selective Thread Cutter
Speed + and -
Needle Stop Up/Down
STOP
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Start/Stop
Sensor Foot Up and Extra Lift
Sensor Foot Down and Pivot
Reverse
SPEED + AND -
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sewing speed.
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stitches to step between the parts of the stitch and tapering
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the tab a stitch selection menu will open. You can scroll
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list of stitch fonts. Touch the stitch font of your choice and
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motion mode. The direction and speed with which you
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Note: Free Motion Spring Action – If you are using the optional
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setting remains when the machine is turned off. A pop-up message
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stitching that should be fairly close together but not
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plan when you want to change your bobbin. If you want
to continue sewing just touch the foot control without
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a command using the scroll up/down arrows. Touch the
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at the top right corner in the program window. You can
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at the top right hand corner to load the program. Touch
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window will open. There are four menus, which you can
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screen.
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position.
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another stitch and then re-opening the Program mode, your
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U-menu and make changes to the programmed stitch in
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machine off.
PROGRAM POP-UP MESSAGES
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for example buttonholes.
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program too long.
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or contain more than 99 stitches. If the stitch program
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storage location.
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machine and also a troobleshooting guide.
CLEANING THE MACHINE
To keep your sewing machine operating well, clean it often.
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with your machine.
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needle plate as shown in the picture and gently turn the
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teeth with the brush found with the accessories.
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projects or any time you notice an accumulation of lint in
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place.
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will be blown into your machine.
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General Problems
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Thread cutter does not cut the thread?
Remove stitch plate and clean lint from bobbin area.
Enable Selective Thread cutter Auto in the SET Menu.
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Deactivate Twin Needle or Stitch Width Safety Sewing Settings in the SET Menu.
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The machine will not sew?
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Change the needle to the proper size for the thread.
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Wind a new bobbin.
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Insert needle correctly as described in chapter 2.
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Check how the machine is threaded.
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