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Mach ine
Owner's Manual
Model 385,19010200
Sears,
Roebuck
and Co., Hoffman
Estates,
IL 60179
U.S.A.
www.sears.com
851-81%004
Sears
Canada
Inc., Toronto,
Ont., i5S
288
www.sears.ca

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    dFgO 3T_EmbroiderylSewing Mach ine Owner's Manual Model 385,19010200 Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A. www.sears.com 851-81%004 Sears Canada Inc., Toronto, Ont., i5S www.sears.ca...

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    Use only attachments recommended by the manufacturer as contained in this owner's manual. 3. Never operate this sewing machine if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly, if it has been dropped or damaged, or dropped into water.

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    Master Protection Agreements Congratulations on making a smart purchase. Your new Kenmore ®appliance is designed and manufactured for years of dependable operation. But like all products, it may require preventive maintenance or repair from time to time. That's when having a Master Protection Agreement can save you money and aggravation.

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    Warranty service is available Canada. If this sewing machine is used for commercial or rental purposes, warranty service is available for only 90 days from the date of purchase. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from province to province.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Names of Parts ... Available Accessories and Attachments ... SECTION I1. GETTING READYTO Connecting Machine to Power Supply ... Before Using Your Sewing Machine ... For Your Safety ... Polarized Plug ... Machine Operating Buttons ... Start/stop Button ... Reverse Button ...

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    • To repeat buttonhole sewing ... • Changing buttonhole width ... • Changing buttonhole stitch density ... Corded Buttonhole ... • To sew ... Darning ... • To sew ... • To sew a shorter darning ... • To sew the same size darning ... •...

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    • Fabric color change ... • Thread color change ... Pattern Combination (example 1) ... 74 Sewing Results ... Pattern Combination (example 2) ... 75 Sewing Results ... SECTION VII. NORMAL MAINTENANCE Replacing the Light Bulbs ... • To replace the light bulb behind the face cover ... 78 •...

  • Page 8: Name Of Parts

    SECTION I. NAME OF PARTS Names of Parts Flip-top quick reference chart Bobbin winder spindle Bobbin thread cutter Spool holder (Large) Spool pin Upper thread guide Pressure dial Thread take-up lever Thread tension dial Face cover @ Thread cutter/holder Built-in needle threader Needle plate Hook cover plate Hook cover plate release button...

  • Page 9: Available Accessories And Attachments

    Available Accessories and Attachments To order parts and accessories listed below, call: 1-800-366-PART (1-800-366-7278) 6 am - 11 pm, CST, 7 days a week When ordering parts and accessories, provide the following information: 1. Part Number 2. Part Name 3. Model Number of Machine Pad No.

  • Page 10: Section I1. Getting Readyto Sew

    UsingYour Sewing Before Before using your sewing machine for the first time, place a waste fabric under the presser foot and run the machine with thread for a few minutes. Wipe away any oil which may appear.

  • Page 11: Machine Operating Buttons

    Machine Operating Buttons Start/stop Button Start/stop button Press the button to start or stop the machine. This button can be used either in conventional sewing mode or Embroi- dery mode. In conventional sewing mode, the machine starts running slowly for the first few stitches; it then runs at the speed set by the speed control lever.

  • Page 12: Foot Control

    Foot Controller Model 21371 is used with Sewing Machine Model 385.19010XXX (XXX represents numbers 000 through 999). Note: The Kenmore Elite sewing machine model 19010 is equipped with an automatic shutdown safety feature to prevent overheating. Follow safety instructions that appear on the visual touch screen.

  • Page 13: Extension Table

    Extension Table • Detaching the table Close the accessory box, and lift out the extension table (_ toward you, as illustrated, for "_ree-arm" sewing. (_ Extension table • Attaching the table Push the extension table (_ until it snaps into the machine.

  • Page 14: Thread Cutter

    Thread Cu_er (_Thread cuter You do not need a pair of scissors to cut threads after sewing. Just use the built-in thread cutter (_. Changing Needle Flat side Needle clamp screw Needle clamp Turn offthe power switch. Raise the needle to its highest position by turning the handwheet counterclockwise, toward you, and lowering the presser foot.

  • Page 15: Correcting Distorted Stitch Patterns

    Correcting Distorted Stitch The sewing results of the stretch stitch patterns may vary depending upon the sewing conditions, such as sewing speed, type of the fabric, number of layers etc. Always make test sewing on a scrap piece of the fabric that you wish to use.

  • Page 16: Presser Foot Types

    Presser Foot Types • zigzag foot (Foot A) Use this foot for both straight and zigzag stitching. • Straight stitch foot (Foot H) Use this foot for exclusively for straight stitching with center needle position. • Automatic buttonhole foot (Foot R) Use this foot for one step automatic buttonhole sewing.

  • Page 17: 1/4"seam Foot (foot O)

    • 1/4"Seam foot (Foot O) This foot is useful for patchwork quilt. The guide on the foot maintains an exact 1/4" (0.7 cm) seam allowance. • Embroidery foot (Foot P) This foot is a special attachment for professional-style embroidery. • Walking foot This is special attachment for hard-to-feed materials.

  • Page 18: Selecting Needle And Fabric

    Selecting Needle Fabric For general sewing, use needle sizes 11 or 14. A fine thread and needle should be used for sewing lightweight fabrics, so the fabric will not be marred. Heavy fabrics require a needle large enough to pierce the fabric without fraying the needle thread. In the needle set, there is one each of sizes 11, 14, 16, and 18, and a blue needle.

  • Page 19: Bobbin Winding

    Winding Bobbin • Removing the hook cover plate Hook cover plate release button Hook cover plate Bobbin Slide the hook cover plate release button _ to the right, and remove the cover plate _. Lift out the bobbin _ from the bobbin holder. •...

  • Page 20: Bobbin Winding

    Bobbin Winding Note: Set the speed control lever at its fastest position for bobbin winding. _) Upper thread guide Bobbin Bobbin winder spindle Guide the thread around the upper thread guide _). Insert the thread through the hole on the bobbin _, threading from the inside to the outside.

  • Page 21: Inserting The Bobbin

    • Inserting the bobbin End of thread Notch Notch Threading diagram Place a bobbin in the bobbin holder with the thread running off counterclockwise. Guide the thread into the notch _ on the front side of the bobbin holder. Draw the thread to the left, sliding it between the tension spring blades.

  • Page 22: Threading The Machine

    Threading the Machine • Threading the machine * Raise the thread take-up lever to its highest position by turning the handwheel counterclockwise. * Raise the presser foot lifter. * Place a spool on the spool pin, with the thread coming off from the bottom toward the front of the sewing machine.

  • Page 23: Drawing Up Bobbin Thread

    • Drawing up bobbin thread (_ Up/down needle button Raise the presser foot. Hold the needle thread lightly with your left hand. Press the up/down needle button _ twice to bring the bobbin thread up. Draw up the needle thread to bring up a loop of the bobbin thread.

  • Page 24: Conventional Sewing

    SECTION II1. CONVENTIONAL Visual Touch Screen The "Kenmore Elite" display appears on the visual touch screen for a few seconds when turning the machine on, then it shows the initial screen as illustrated. Mode Selection Keys (_ Mode key Press mode key _ to enter the Mode selection.

  • Page 25: Pattern Selection

    Pattern Selection Press the stitch pattern indication key to select the desired stitch pattern. (_ Name of stitch Stitch image Selected needle type (single or twin) Suitable pressure dial number (_ Suitable thread tension number (_ Sound mark (the mark will disappear when the sound volume set to 0) Suitable presser foot Utility...

  • Page 26: Machine Settings

    Machine Settings When you press the SET key, the following four mode keys will be displayed and you can customize settings within each mode. You can select your desired mode by pressing the corresponding key. Common set mode In this mode, machine operation and function (screen contrast, beep sound, etc.) can be adjusted and set for both embroidery and conventional sewing.

  • Page 27: Embroidery Set Mode

    (_ Inch/millimeter You can set your machine's measuring unit to either "inch" or "millimeter" depending upon your preference. The default measuring unit setting is "inch". Press ii" _) or m_ _ key to select the unit you prefer. Key position adjustment If you think the touch panel keys are out of alignment, you can correct it in the key position adjustment window.

  • Page 28: Straight Stitch

    Straight Stitch (_ Stitch pattern: 1 or 2 Needle thread tension 2 to 6 Presser foot A: Zigzag foot Presser foot H: Straight stitch foot (_) Pressure dial Note: When using the straight stitch foot, make sure to adjust the needle position to 3.5. Otherwise the needle may hit the sewing foot and possibly break.

  • Page 29: Needle Plate Guide Line

    • Needle plate guide line The seam guides on the needle plate and hook cover plate help you to measure seam allowance. The number marks on the needle plate indicate the distance between the center needle position and the edge of the fabric. There are marks for 15 mm, 20 mm, 4/8 in., 5/8 in.

  • Page 30: Quilting With Walking Foot

    Quilting with Walking Foot The walking foot is effective in preventing the fabric (light materials, knits, real and imitation leather etc.) from slipping or puckering, because it sandwiches the material between the upper and the lower feed dog on the machine. The quilting bar can also be attached on the walking foot to make it easier to sew evenly spaced parallel rows of stitches.

  • Page 31: Changing Needle Drop Position

    • Changing needle drop position _j_ + key ®-key 0.0 (left position) (_ 3.5 (center position) 7.0 (right position) Needle drop position is adjusted with the _ and -- keys. When you press the ÷ key, the needle moves to the right.

  • Page 32: Adjust The Needle Thread Tension For Straight Stitch

    Adjust the Needle Thread Tension Stitch • Correct tension Needle thread (Top thread) Bobbin thread (Bottom thread) To loosen (_ To tighten The ideal straight stitch has threads locked between two layers of fabric, as illustrated (magnified to show detail). If you look at the top and bottom of a seam, notice that the stitches are evenly balanced.

  • Page 33: Variety Of Straight Stitches

    Variety of Straight Stitches Lock-a-matic Stitch Stitch pattern: Needle thread tension 2 to 6 Presser foot A: Zigzag foot Presser foot H: Straight stitch foot Pressure dial Use this stitch to secure the beginning and the end of a seam with backstitching. Press pattern 3 on the visual touch screen.

  • Page 34: Stretch Stitch

    Stretch Stitch Stitch pattern: Needle thread tension 3 to 6 Presser foot A: Zigzag foot Pressure dial This is a narrow stretch stitch designed to eliminate puckering on knit fabrics and bias seams, while permitting the seam to be pressed completely open flat. Basting Stitch Stitch pattern:...

  • Page 35: Fabric Preparation

    • Fabric preparation Right (top) side of fabric Wrong (bottom) side of fabric Bottom seam Zipper bottom stop position Basting stitch Place the right (top) sides of the fabric _ together. Sew a bottom seam _ 5/8" (2.2 cm) from the right edge to the estimated zipper bottom stop position _.

  • Page 36: Zigzag Stitch

    Zigzag Stitch Stitch pattern: Needle thread tension 3 to 7 Presser foot A: Zigzag foot Pressure dial The zigzag stitch is one of the most common and versatile stitches. It can be a utility stitch for button sewing, buttonhole making, hemming, overcasting, mending and darning.

  • Page 37: Changing Stitch Width

    • Changing stitch width _+key Q-key Stitch width Stitch width is adjusted with the + The larger the number, the wider the stitch width. Press the ÷ key to increase the stitch width. Press the -- key to decrease the stitch width. •...

  • Page 38: Adjust The Needle Thread Tension For Zigzag Stitch

    Adjust the Needle Thread Tension for Zigzag Stitch For an ideal zigzag stitch, the bobbin thread does not show on the right side (Top side) of the fabric, and the needle thread shows slightly on the wrong side (Bottom side) of the fabric.

  • Page 39: Variety Of Overcasting Stitches

    Variety of Overcasting Stitches Overedge Stitch Stitch pattern: Needle thread tension 3 to 7 Presser foot C: Overedge foot Brush holder seam guide Presser foot A: Zigzag foot Pressure dial This stitch is often used as a seam finish to prevent fraying. If using a zigzag foot, start overedging with the leftmost needle position about 1/8"...

  • Page 40: Serging

    Serging Stitch pattern: Needle thread tension 3 to 7 Presser foot A: Zigzag foot Pressure dial This stitch is recommended for finishing edges of knit fabrics such as tricots, stretch velour etc., because it provides the greatest amount of elasticity and strength. Sew along the fabric edge leaving a 1/4"...

  • Page 41: Blind Hem Stitch

    Blind Stitch Stitch pattern: Needle thread tension 1 to 4 Presser foot G: Blind hem foot Pressure dial Use the same color thread as the fabric. On heavy weight fabrics that ravel, the raw edge should be overcast first. Fotd the hem, as illustrated. Wrong side (Bottom side) of fabric 1/4"...

  • Page 42: Buttonhole

    SECTION IV. BUTTONHOLE Various kinds of buttonholes (_ Square BH This square buttonhole is widely used on medium to heavy fabrics. The buttonhole size is automatically determined by placing a button in the foot. Round end BH This buttonhole is used on fine to medium weight fabrics, especially for blouses and children's clothes.

  • Page 43: Square Bh

    Square (_ Stitch pattern: Needle thread tension 1 to 5 Presser foot R: Automatic buttonhole foot Pressure dial • Preparation for sewing Groove Press up/down needle button to raise the needle. Attach the automatic buttonhole foot R. Make sure the groove (_ on the foot holder catches the pin _ on the foot when lowering the presser bar.

  • Page 44: To Repeat Buttonhole Sewing

    Press the start/stop button to sew the buttonhole. The buttonhole wilt be automatically sewn. Step 1 : The machine will sew the front bartack and the left row first. Then it goes back to the starting point with straight stitch. Step 2: The machine will sew the right row.

  • Page 45: Changing Buttonhole Width

    • Changing buttonhole width Press the _!!!, key. The adjusting window opens. The adjusting window displays the -F and -- buttonhole width adjustment. Press the + key to increase the buttonhole width. Press the _ key to decrease the buttonhole width. Press the _key to register the settings.

  • Page 46: Corded Buttonhole

    Corded Buttonhole Stitch pattern: Needle thread tension 1 to 5 Presser foot R: Automatic buttonhole foot (_ Pressure dial Use the same procedure as the square buttonhole procedure. * Set the stitch width to match the thickness of the cord used.

  • Page 47: Darning

    Darning Stitch pattern: Needle thread tension 3 to 6 Presser foot R: Automatic buttonhole foot Pressure dial • To sew Button holder Select the pattern 23. Pull the button holder _ fully to the rear. Place the garment under the foot. Press the up/down needle button twice.

  • Page 48: Tacking

    Tacking (_ Stitch pattern: Needle thread tension 3 to 6 Presser foot F: Satin stitch foot Pressure dial Tacking is used to reinforce pockets, crotches and belt carriers where extra strength is needed. Select pattern 24 and attach the satin foot E The machine wilt sew a tacking of 9/16"...

  • Page 49: Eyelet

    Eyelet Stitch pattern: Needle thread tension 1 to 4 Presser foot F: Satin stitch foot Pressure dial The eyelet is used for belt holes etc. Press pattern 25 on the visual touch screen. • To sew Attach the satin stitch foot E Depress the foot control to sew.

  • Page 50: Satin, Decorative Stitches And Monogramming

    SECTION V. SATIN, DECORATIVE STITCHES MONOGRAMMING Functions Mode key Press ,_ key to enter the mode selection. Twin needle key Press key to enter the twin needle sewing mode. Needle up/down key Press the ! key to set the needle position up or down when stopping the machine.

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    Program key Press _, key to program pattern combination. When you press this key the following function keys will be displayed. Cursor keys Press the keys to move the cursor to right or left. You can select a pattern to delete, select a position to insert another pattern.

  • Page 52: One Cycle Pattern Sewing Example: Pattern 28, Ls

    Cycle Pattern Sewing Example: pattern 28, LS (_ Stitch pattern: 28, L.S Needle thread tension 3 to 4 Presser foot F: Satin stitch foot Pressure dial • To sew Press the _* key. Select pattern 28 Select pattern L.S. Start the machine to sew. The machine will sew to end of the pattern and lock the stitches, then stop automatically.

  • Page 53: Programming Pattern Combination Example: Pattern 28 And

    Programming Pattern Combination Example: pattern 28 and 31 Stitch pattern: 28, 31 Needle thread tension 3 to 4 Presser foot F: Satin stitch foot Pressure dial • To sew Press the key. Select pattern 28. Select pattern 31. Start to sew. The machine will sew the pattern combination repeatedly.

  • Page 54: Programming French Knot Example: Pattern

    Programming French Knot Example: pattern 51, 39, 40 Stitch pattern: 51, 39, 40 Needle thread tension 3 to 4 Presser foot F: Satin stitch foot Pressure dial • To sew Pattern 39 Pattern 40 Press _ key. Select pattern 51 (French knot). Select pattern 39.

  • Page 55: To Sew From The Beginning Of A Combination Pattern With Beginning Key Example: Pattern 30

    To Sew from the Beginning Pattern with Beginning Example: pattern 30 (_ Stitch pattern: 28, 32, 70 Needle thread tension 3 to 4 Presser foot F: Satin stitch foot Pressure dial • To sew Press the key. Select pattern 28. Select pattern 32.

  • Page 56: Individual Pattern Adjustment

    Individual Pattern Adjustment Example:patterns 28, 30 and 32 Stitch pattern: 28, 30, 32 Needle thread tension 3 to 4 Presser foot F: Satin stitch foot Pressure dial You can adjust the stitch width, stitch length and elongation ratio of each pattern in a combination individually. Change the elongation ratio of pattern 28 in the combination of patterns 28, 30 and 32.

  • Page 57: Program Check

    Program Check • Example: To check the combination of patterns 64, 70, 30, 26, 31 and 38. When the entire pattern combination is not displayed, press the key to view the remaining patterns in combination. Press the key _ to go back to the original window. Number of page Return key Page key...

  • Page 58: Saving And Opening A File

    Press the _ key, to select the location of either the internal memory of the sewing machine or a Compact Flash Card (adapter required). When you press the _j !.;_ keys, you will be able to see the saved files in the previous and next pages.

  • Page 59: Opening A Saved File

    Opening a Saved File Open file key Open file window When you press the .o_o;key, and then _ file window _ will appear. You can open the file to sew the programmed patterns that you have saved. Press the _&_ key to select the location of the file directory, either in the internal memory of the machine or in the PC-Card.

  • Page 60: Monogramming

    MONOGRAMMING (_ Font key When you press key, the font selection window opens. The following 2 fonts and symbols are available. Block type Script type Press the desired font key to select the font or symbol. OK key When you press _/key the desired font wilt be selected.

  • Page 61: Programming A Monogram Example: Programming In Block Type

    Programming a Monogram Example: Programming in block type Press the key and select block type letter. Press _ key and select upper case. Press key and select large size. Press "R". The cursor shifts to the right and "R" is automatically memorized.

  • Page 62: Embroidery

    SECTION VI. EMBROIDERY Getting Ready Embroidery to Sew • Embroidery Hoop F This is the standard size hoop, with 5.0" X 4.3" (126 mm X 110 mm) embroidery area for standard size embroidery designs. • Instruction for template Starting point for the built-in embroidery designs. Starting point for horizontal monogramming justified placement.

  • Page 63: Stabilizer

    Stabilizer To obtain the best quality embroidery, it is important to use stabilizers. Types of Stabilizer • Tear-away stabilizer Tear-away stabilizer is made from a fiber that will tear easily. Use tear-away stabilizers for stable woven fabrics. After stitching, tear away the stabilizer so that the small portion left in the back of the stitching will not affect the wear.

  • Page 64: To Attach The Stabilizer

    Embroidery To Set the Fabric in the Mark the reference lines _ on the right side of the fabric where you wish to sew the design as illustrated using tailor's chalk. Reference lines Place the template on the fabric by matching the reference lines on the template to the reference lines you previously marked on the fabric.

  • Page 65: To Attach The Embroidery Hoop To The Machine

    Embroidery Hoop To Attach Machine Turn the attaching knob _ so it is parallel with the hoop, and set it on the carriage. Attach the hoop by fitting the pins _ into the carriage holes _, and turn the attaching knob _ clockwise to secure the hoop.

  • Page 66: Built-in Embroidery Designs

    Card Reader/Writer 19000 You can download embroidery designs from model 19000 series memory card library via reader/writer 19000 (optional item) to your Kenmore 19010. Edit mode You can edit and combine the embroidery designs to create your original embroidery.

  • Page 67: Embroidery Mode Set

    Embroidery Mode To customize a setting within Embroidery mode, press embroidery mode setting key (_. Embroidery mode setting key Embroidery maximum speed The maximum sewing speed can be changed from 400 to 650 spm for embroidery sewing. The default setting is 650 spm. Press the -- key to reduce the maximum sewing speed.

  • Page 68: Embroidery Screen

    Embroidery Screen When you select an embroidery design, the visual touch screen will show the design's parts and their sequence numbers, the thread color code, the presser foot to use, sewing time, number of colors needed and the embroidery's actual measurements. When you press the start/stop button, the machine will automatically start sewing.

  • Page 69: Embroidery Screen

    Return carriage key Press the _ikey to bring the carriage back to its home position after finishing embroidery. Note: Before you turn the power switch off in Embroidery always be sure to press the key to return the carriage / to its home position.

  • Page 70: Starting To Sew Embroidery

    Starting Embroidery to Sew Loose thread Lower the presser foot, press the start/stop button and sew 5 to 6 stitches. Press the start/stop button again to stop the machine. Raise the presser foot, cut off the loose thread (_ close to the starting point and lower the presser foot.

  • Page 71: Monogram Embroidery

    Monogram Embroidery Press embroidery mode key, and press the monogram key. The monogram selection screen will appear and Gothic upper case alphabet font will automatically Monogram Selection Screen In the monogram selection window, you can program words by pressing the alphabet keys directly. After you press an alphabet key, the letter is memorized and the cursor moves to the right.

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    @ OK key The selected letter/number/symbol combination is confirmed by pressing the oK key. After the oK key is pressed the screen will change to the embroidery screen. @ Upper/lower ease key You can select upper or lower case letters by pressing key.

  • Page 73: 2-tetter Monogram

    2-letter Monogram Press the Embroidery mode key and press the monogram key. Example: 2-Letters with a crest Crest keys Press !_ key. Select 2-letters and press the crest key. Select the letter "A". The cursor wilt move to the right. Select the letter "B".

  • Page 74: Ata Pc Card

    ATA PC Card • To insert the ATA PC card Insert the SanDisk ® CompactFlash that contains saved stitch data into the SanDisk _ CompactFlash adapter.Then insert the adapter into the slot with the front side of card (_ facing you. Push the card until it clicks, then the eject button @ pops out.

  • Page 75: Reader/writer 19000

    Reader/writer 19000 You can download embroidery designs from model 19000 series memory card library via card reader/writer your Kenmore 19010. Note: The Readedwdter 19000 is sold separately. • Connecting Reader/writer 19000 insert the RS-232C cable _ into the RS-232C connector of the machine.

  • Page 76: Edit Mode

    Edit Mode In the edit mode, you can edit and combine designs to create your original embroidery. Press the embroidery mode key (_ and edit key _ to open the edit mode window. (_ Embroidery mode key Edit key Pattern Selection Windows You can open the built-in designs, monogram, and...

  • Page 77: Cancel Key

    Cancel When you press the _!_, key, any changes that have been made to the selected pattern wilt be cancelled. Cancel key Note: When there is more than one pattern on the edit screen, you need to select the pattern that you wish to edit. Resizing the Selected Pattern...

  • Page 78: Delete Key

    Rotating the Selected Pattern Each time you press the _ key, the embroidery pattern will rotate 45 ° clockwise. (_ Rotation key Delete When you press the _ key, the selected pattern will be deleted. Delete key Changing Fabric and Thread You can change the background color of the edit screen to simulate the fabric color that you are intending to use.

  • Page 79: Thread Color Change

    • Thread color change In this window you are able to change the assigned thread color of the selected part of the pattern. Select the pattern and press the _?_key to open the thread color change window. Select the part you wish to change thread color by pressing the color/part key (_.

  • Page 80: Pattern Combination (example 1)

    (Example Pattern Combination Select built-in pattern 3. Press the edit key. Press the layout keys (_ to move the pattern down and to the left. Press the _i key _ 5 times to rotate the pattern as illustrated. Return to the pattern selection window and select built-in pattern 3 again.

  • Page 81: Pattern Combination (example 2)

    (Example Pattern Combination Select built-in pattern 20. Press the edit key. Open the built-in design window and select pattern 1. Edit key The screen returns to the edit mode window and pattern 1 will be displayed on the edit screen. With the layout keys _, move pattern 1 on to the outline of pattern 20.

  • Page 82: Sewing Results

    Select t hebuilt-in pattern 20ontheeditscreen. Press the _ key. Press the oKkey. Delete key (_ OKkey Thepatterns in theeditscreen arecombined a ndwiltbe shown inthepreview window as onedesign. Thecolodpart k eyofthenewcombined design willalso beshown. Sewing Results The embroidery stitch pattern is sewn as shown against the centedines on the fabric.

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  • Page 84: Normal Maintenance

    SECTIONVll. NORMAL MAINTENANCE CAUTION: • Unplug the machine. • Do not dismantle the machine other than as explained in this section. • Do not store the machine in a high-humidity area, near a heat radiator, or in direct sunlight. • Clean the outside of the machine with a soft cloth and mild soap.

  • Page 85: Cleaning The Hook Area

    Hook Area Press the up/down needle button to raise the needle, then unplug the sewing machine. Remove the set screw _ on the left hand side of the needle plate _ with the screwdriver supplied with the machine. Remove the needle plate @.

  • Page 86: Stitch/design Chart

    Conventional Sewing O0 130 16 I 2 I 3 I 6 IiIiI1_ 'I' III III 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 STITCH/DESIGN CHART Monogram...

  • Page 87: Built-in Embroidery Designs

    STITCH/DESIGN CHART Built-in Embroidery Designs Built-in Embroidery Monogram Gothic Script Chel_nham...

  • Page 88: Troubleshootin

    Troubleshooting Condition Noisy operation. 1. Threads have been caught in the hook mechanism. 2. The feed dog is packed with lint. The needle thread 1. The needle thread is not threaded properly. breaks. 2. The needle thread tension is too tight. 3.

  • Page 89: Troubleshootin

    Troubleshooting Condition Patterns are 1. The correct presser foot is not used. distorted. 2. The needle thread tension is too tight. 3. The embroidery hoop attaching knob is loose. 4. The carriage is bumping into something around the machine. 5. The fabric is not pulled tightly enough on the embroidery hoop. 6.

  • Page 90

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