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ELECTRONIC
NEEDLE CONTROL
Needle stops precisely in up or down position
The electronic
control
panel contains three switches.
One switch
provides an
electronically
controlled
basting or tacking
to take the chore out of hand basting.
The other two switches electronically
control
the needle to stop in either the up
position for general sewing,
or in the down position
for intricate
work.
1. This feature
gives you the option of
stopping
your
machine
with
the
needle
m an up position
each time.
When
the
needle
is at
this
high
position, there is no possibility
of the
needle
becoming
unthreaded
when
the next seam is started.
The upper
left button
is pushed
and lighted
for
this type of sewing.
2. If you wish for the needle to remain in
the tabnc when you stop (exampte
is
turning
a corner),
then push the lower
STITCH SELECTOR
3.
left
switch.
Indicator
lights
quickly
show you m what position the needle
will stop,
See page. 15.
The
third
switch
labeled
"'Basting"
enables you to sew very long stitches
by simply
tapping
the foot
control-
one complete
stitch
will be made and
you can freely move the fabric to the
desired spot for another
basting
tack,
See page 16 for defin=te setting
used
to accomplish
this.
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Push
before
turning
dial
A) To select a stitch,
be sure needle is out of fabric
at its highest position. Push the stitch
selector
(22) in before turning to select a stitch.
B) Then
turn the dia!
to left
or right until
the
required
stitch
is illuminated
in
red on
the
indicator (20),

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