Before replacing the needle, place fabric
or paper under the presser foot to
prevent the needle from falling into the
hole in the needle plate.
Hold the needle with your left hand, and
then use a disc-shaped screwdriver to turn
the needle clamp screw counterclockwise
to remove the needle.
1 Use a disc-shaped screwdriver
2 Needle clamp screw
• Do not use excessive force when loosening
or tightening the needle clamp screw,
otherwise certain parts of the sewing
machine may be damaged.
With the flat side of the needle toward the
back of the machine, insert the needle
until it touches the needle stopper. Next,
tighten the needle clamp using a disc-
Install the twin needle in the same way.
1 Use a disc-shaped
2 Needle stopper
Make sure you insert the needle until it
touches the stopper, and securely tighten
the needle clamp screw with a disc-
shaped screwdriver, otherwise the
needle may break or the machine may be
Changing the presser foot
Always turn off the machine before you
change the presser foot. If you leave the
power on and step on the controller, the
machine will start and you may be
Always use the correct presser foot for
the stitch pattern you have chosen. If
you use the wrong presser foot, the
needle may strike the presser foot and
bend or break, and may cause injury.
Only use presser feet that have been
designed to be used with this machine.
Using any other presser foot may cause
accident or injury.
You will have to change the presser foot depending on
what you want to sew and how.
Turn off the machine.
Raise the presser foot lever.
Raise the needle by turning the
handwheel toward you
(counterclockwise) so that the mark on
the wheel points up.
Press the black button at the back of the
presser foot holder to release the presser
Put a different presser foot on the needle
plate so that the bar on the presser foot is
in line with the slot on the shank.
1 Black button
2 Presser foot holder
3 Presser foot