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Changing The Needle - Brother Quattro 2 6700D Operation Manual

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CHANGING THE NEEDLE

• Always press
Stop button or another operation button is pressed accidentally, the machine will start and injury may
result.
• Use only sewing machine needles made for home use. Other needles may bend or break and may cause
injury.
• Never sew with a bent needle. A bent needle will easily break and may cause injury.
Press
in this order to display a
video example of the operation on the LCD (see
page 46). Follow the steps explained below to
complete the operation.
Memo
• To check the needle correctly, place the flat
side of the needle on a flat surface. Check
the needle from the top and the sides. Throw
away any bent needles.
a Parallel space
b Level surface (bobbin cover, glass, etc.)
a
Press the "Needle Position" button to raise
the needle.
b
Press
.
*
If the message "OK to automatically lower the
presser foot?" appears on the LCD screen, press OK
to continue.
CAUTION
on the screen before changing the needle. If
is not pressed and the Start/
→ The entire screen becomes white, and all keys and
operation buttons are locked.
Note
• Before replacing the needle, cover the hole
in the needle plate with fabric or paper to
prevent the needle from falling into the
machine.
c
Use the screwdriver to turn the screw
toward the front of the machine and loosen
the screw. Remove the needle.
Note
• Do not apply pressure to the needle clamp
screw. Doing so may damage the needle or
machine.
CHANGING THE NEEDLE
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  • handyman0031 Jan 03, 2015 10:26:
    please provide a part number for the zigzag embroidery plate,it's included with the 6700 D, however no part number is referenced anywhere in the stupid manual, and there is no item anywhere to replace it? After spending 10 K you think you could put a part number in a book so I can reorder one? my machine jammed and this one has a huge bur on it that cannot be worked out :-(