Setting Up the Machine
The procedures for setting up the machine are described below. If the machine is not set up correctly, it
may shake or produce loud noises and the embroidery will not be sewn correctly. An optional
embroidery stand is also available.
Setup and transporting precautions
• The temperature of the operating environment should be between 5 °C (40 °F) and 40 °C
(104 °F). If the machine is operated in an environment that is either too cold or too hot, the machine may
• Do not use the machine in a location where it will be exposed to direct sunlight, otherwise the machine
• Set up the machine with it's four adjustable feet completely in contact with the desk or table, so that the
machine is level.
• Do not block the ventilation slots at the back and on the rear underside of the machine by such as putting
anything under the embroidery machine, and do not allow lint or dust to accumulate in the ventilation
slots, otherwise the machine's motor may overheat, resulting in a fire or in damage to the machine.
• The machine weight is approximately 38 kg (84 lb). The transporting or setting up of the embroidery
machine should be performed by two people.
• When transporting the machine, be sure to have two people lift the machine from the bottom at the
indicated slots (1). Lifting the machine from any other area may damage the machine or result in the
machine falling, which could cause injuries.
• When lightning occurs, turn off the machine and unplug the power supply cord. Lightning may cause the
machine to malfunction.
• Do not plug in the power supply cord until setup of the machine is completed, otherwise injuries may
result if the start/stop button is accidentally pressed and the machine starts sewing.
• When lubricating the machine, wear protective eyeglasses and gloves to prevent the oil or grease from
getting into your eyes or on your skin. Do not put the oil or grease into your mouth. Keep the oil and
grease out of the reach of children.
• While attaching or detaching an embroidery frame or other included accessory or while maintaining the
machine, be careful not to hit the machine with your body or any other part of it.