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Lower Threading; Winding The Bobbin - Brother 882-W30 Operation Manual

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LOWER THREADING

Winding the Bobbin

CAUTION
• The included bobbin was designed specifically
for this machine. If bobbins from other models
are used, the machine will not operate
correctly. Use only the included bobbin or
bobbins of the same type (part code: SA156,
(SFB: XA5539-151 / 115J05E0001)). SA156 is
Class 15 type bobbin.
■ Using the Supplemental Spool Pin
With this machine, you can wind the bobbin during
embroidering. While the main spool pin is being
used for embroidering, you can wind a bobbin by
using the supplemental spool pin.
a
a Supplemental spool pin
a
Turn the main power to ON and open the
top cover.
b
Align the groove in the bobbin with the
spring on the bobbin winder shaft, and set
the bobbin on the shaft.
a
a Groove in the bobbin
b Spring on the shaft
c
Set the supplemental spool pin in the "up"
position.
a Supplemental spool pin
d
Place the spool of thread on the
supplemental spool pin, so that thread
unrolls from the front. Push the spool cap
onto the spool pin as far as possible to
secure the thread spool.
a Spool cap
b Spool pin
c Thread spool
CAUTION
• If the thread spool and/or spool cap are set
incorrectly, the thread may tangle on the spool
pin and cause the needle to break.
• Use the spool cap (large, medium or small)
that is closest in size to the thread spool. If a
spool cap smaller than the thread spool is
used, the thread may become caught in the slit
on the end of the spool and cause the needle
to break.
LOWER THREADING
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