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■ Resume sewing after the machine
was turned off
a
Press the start/stop button.
→ The embroidery machine stops and the start/stop
button lights up in red.
• The thread is not trimmed.
b
Touch
to unlock the embroidery
machine.
c
Press the thread trimming button.
→ The bobbin and upper threads are trimmed.
• Before turning off the embroidery machine, be sure to
trim the threads.
EMBROIDERING TUTORIAL
d
Set the main power switch to " ".
→ The embroidery machine is turned off and the
display and the start/stop button indicator go off.
• Sewing can resume after the embroidery machine is
turned on again. Back up several stitches to overlap
the stitching. (Refer to "Resume Embroidering After
Turning Off the Machine" on page 122 for details.)
Memo
• The machine can be stopped at any time,
even while it is embroidering; however, if
the machine is stopped when the thread
color is changed, it is not necessary to go
back through the stitching when
embroidering is continued. The machine
can be set to stop when the thread color is
changed. (For details, refer to "Specifying
pause locations before embroidering" on
page 140.)
■ If the thread breaks while sewing
If a problem occurs while sewing, such as if the
thread breaks, the machine stops automatically.
Re-thread the broken thread, back up several
stitches, and then continue sewing. (Refer to "If the
Thread Breaks or the Bobbin Thread Runs Out
While Embroidering" on page 116 for details.)
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