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Using The Twin Needle Mode - Brother NC21SE Operation Manual

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UPPER THREADING

Using the Twin Needle Mode

The twin needle can only be used for patterns that
show
after being selected. Before you
select a stitch pattern, make sure the stitch can be
sewn in the twin needle mode (refer to the
"STITCH SETTING CHART" at the end of this
manual).
• Use only twin needles made for this machine
(part code X59296-151). Other needles could
break, resulting in damage.
• Be sure to set the twin needle mode when
using the twin needle. Using the twin needle
while the machine is in single needle mode
could cause the needle to break, resulting in
damage.
• Do not sew with bent needles. The needle
could break and cause injury.
• When using the twin needle, be sure to use
presser foot "J" only.
• When the twin needle is used, bunched
stitches may occur depending on the types of
fabric and thread that are used.
If this occurs, use monogramming foot "N".
• Before changing the needle or threading the
machine, be sure to press
LCD, otherwise injuries may occur if the
"Start/Stop" button or any other button is
pressed and the machine starts sewing.
a
a
a
a
Press
(see "CHANGING THE NEEDLE" on page 39).
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CAUTION
in the
and install the twin needle
b
b
b
b
Manually thread the machine.
*
Follow the steps for threading a single needle for the
first threading (see "Threading Manually" on page
31).
c
c
c
c
Pass the thread through the needle bar
thread guides on the needle bar, then
thread the needle on the left side.
a Needle bar thread guides
Note
• The "Automatic Threading" button cannot be
used. Manually thread the twin needle from
front to back. Using the "Automatic Threading"
button may result in damage to the machine.
d
d
d
d
Pull up the supplemental spool pin and set it
in the up position.
a Supplemental spool pin
a
a

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