Getting Ready to Sew
Connecting Machine To Power Supply
Machine has an auto voltage system and will
automatically adjust to any local power supply voltage
between 100 and 240V, 50/60 Hz. Always use the power
supply cord that came with the machine.
To connect machine to power supply, turn off the power
switch q. Insert the foot control plug w and machine
plug e into the machine and the power supply plug r
into the wall socket.
Your machine may come equipped with a polarized plug
(one prong wider than the other). A polarized plug
reduces the risk of electrical shock. This plug is intended
to fit into a polarized outlet. If the plug does not fit fully
into the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit,
contact a qualified electrician to install the proper outlet.
Do not modify the plug in any way.
NOTE: After turning off the machine, wait 5 seconds
before turning it on again.
NOTE: Foot control cannot be connected when using
For Your Safety
Do not use extension cords or plug adapters.
Do not touch plug with wet hands.
Always turn off the power/light switch first and then
unplug from the electrical outlet. Examples:
when leaving the machine unattended
when cleaning the machine
Always turn off the power/light switch:
when attaching or removing parts such as
needle, presser foot, needle plate
Do not place anything on the foot control.
Do not place heavy items on cords. Do not subject cords
to heat. Do not use damaged cords. Have the cord
While the machine is in operation, always keep your eye
on the sewing area and do not touch any moving parts
such as the thread take-up lever, flywheel or needle.