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   Summary of Contents for AEG 11210

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  • Page 2: Important Safety Instructions

    Important Safety Instructions When using an electrical appliance, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following: Read all instructions before using your household sewing machine. DANGER-To reduce the risk of electric shock: Your household sewing machine should never be left unattended when plugged in. Always unplug your machine from the electric outlet immediately after using and before cleaning.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Name of parts ................... 3-4 Accessories ....................5 Before sewing (Power supply and sewing lamp).......... 6 Removing extension table ................7 Free-arm sewing..................7 Winding the bobbin ..................8 Removing bobbin case and bobbin.............. 9 Inserting bobbin into bobbin case ..............9 Inserting bobbin case into shuttle race............

  • Page 4: Name Of Parts

    NAME OF PARTS (FRONT VIEW) 1. Thread tension dial 2. Pattern selector dial 3. Bobbin winder stopper 4. Stitch length dial 5. Reverse button 6. Thread guide and needle clamp 7. Extension table 8. Shuttle cover 9. Presser foot 10. Face cover 11.

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    REAR VIEW 1. Presser foot lever 2. Thumb screw 3. Needle plate 4. Spool pin (B) 5. Hand wheel 6. Spool pin (A) 7. Bobbin winder spindle - 4 -...

  • Page 6: Accessories

    ACCESSORIES Bobbin Zigzag foot Felt Buttonhole foot (Use only original (on machine) plastic bobbins.) Zipper foot Screw driver Spool pin (B) Spool pin (A) Needle Needle plate Darning plate Buttonhole cutter screw driver - 5 -...

  • Page 7: Before Sewing (power Supply And Sewing Lamp)

    BEFORE SEWING Power supply / Power supply plug 1. Fit plug into the machine. 2. Insert plug into the main socket. Power supply 3. Sewing speed can be varied by the foot control. Use only ZHEJIANG FOUNDER model KD-2902 foot controller with sewing Plug receptacle machine.

  • Page 8: Removing Extension Table

    REMOVING EXTENSION TABLE Hold the left end of the table and pull it out in direction of the arrow. FREE-ARM SEWING 1. This sewing machine can be used as a flat bed machine but easily converts to a free arm machine by removing the extension table.

  • Page 9: Winding The Bobbin

    WINDING THE BOBBIN 1. Release by pushing clutch button to bobbin and lock by pushing it to needle. 2. Push bobbin winder from left to right, then it starts winding. 3. Push bobbin winder from right to left and move clutch button to needle sign, then it starts sewing.

  • Page 10: Removing Bobbin Case And Bobbin

    REMOVING BOBBIN CASE AND BOBBIN Hinged latch 1. Raise the needle to its highest 2. Open the hinged latch of the bobbin position and open shuttle race cover. case and pull the bobbin case out of the machine. 3. Release the latch and the bobbin will fall out easily.

  • Page 11: Inserting Bobbin Case Into Shuttle Race

    INSERTING BOBBIN CASE INTO SHUTTLE RACE Finger Hinged latch 1. Raise the needle to its highest position. Pull the thread to the front, open the latch of the bobbin case and hold it. Insert 2. Holding the latch open, place bobbin case onto the center pin in the shuttle and release latch.

  • Page 12: Threading Upper Thread & Twin Needle Threading

    THREADING UPPER THREAD Pass the thread from A to H as shown. Twin needle threading. - 11 -...

  • Page 13: Drawing Up The Bobbin Thread

    DRAWING UP THE BOBBIN THREAD 1. Hold the upper thread with left hand, turn the hand wheel slowly towards you until the needle goes down and comes up. Then stop the hand wheel when the take up lever is at its highest position.

  • Page 14: Levelling The Machine

    LEVELLING THE MACHINE Down - 13 -...

  • Page 15: Adjusting Thread Tension

    ADJUSTING THREAD TENSION Normal upper thread tension: 4 – 6 Correct Upper thread Fabric Upper thread tension may be adjusted Bobbin thread by turning the thread tension dial. Incorrect Inside of fabric Upper thread Lower thread tension can be increased by turning the screw of the bobbin case slightly to the right (clockwise).

  • Page 16: Changing Needle

    CHANGING NEEDLE Needle clamp screw Tighten Loosen Face flat side away from you 1. Raise the needle bar to its highest position. 2. Loosen needle clamp screw and remove the old needle. 3. With the flat side of the needle facing away from you, insert the needle as far up as it will go.

  • Page 17: Fabric-thread-needle-table

    FABRIC-THREAD-NEEDLE-TABLE Please pay attention to the following list as a guide for sewing different types of fabric. Indication of Fabric Thread Needle Length of Stitches Upper Tension Straight stitch Stitch Length Dial Nylon 80 Cotton Light Tricot 60 S Fiber 70 (10) silk 1 - 3...

  • Page 18: Sewing (pattern Selector) And Operation Table

    SEWING (PATTERN SELECTOR) AND OPERATION TABLE Darning Stitch patterns Stitch length Presser foot plate Straight stitch Zigzag Blind stitch Blind hem Three step zigzag stitch Slant over edge Single overlock stitch Honeycomb stitch Zigzag stitch Straight stretch stitch Automatic embroidery Buttonhole Free-hand embroidery Without...

  • Page 19: To Start Sewing

    TO START SEWING Important hints: 1. Raise the take-up lever to its highest position before starting and after stopping sewing. 2. Hold both threads about 10 cms to the rear of the machine for the first two or three stitches. 3.

  • Page 20: How To Finish Stitches

    HOW TO FINISH STITCHES 1. Sew to the edge of seam. 2. Push the reverse button and sew in reverse for about 3-4 cms. 3. Raise needle to its highest position. 4. Lift the presser foot and pull the fabric out of the back of the machine. Cutting thread slot 5.

  • Page 21: Straight Stitch

    STRAIGHT STITCH 1. This type of stitching is used most frequently. 2. The zigzag presser foot can be used for both straight and zigzag sewing. 3. For sewing light fabric, use a smaller stitch size. (Refer to page 16 for dial setting). ZIGZAG SEWING Pattern selector position Satin stitching can be used for sewing...

  • Page 22: Overcasting

    OVERCASTING Use these stitches for oversewing rough edges. STRAIGHT AND ZIGZAG STRETCH STITCHES Use this stitch with knitted, tricot or other stretchy fabrics. The stitch enables your seam to stretch without breaking the thread. - 21 -...

  • Page 23: Blind Stitch

    BLIND STITCH (Optional) 1. Fold fabric as shown. 2. Finish the seam as shown. - 22 -...

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    Adjust the width to obtain the correct seam. Wrong: Needle is not piercing edge Needle pierces the edge of fold too to fold at all. much. Correct seam. - 23 -...

  • Page 25: Button Sewing

    BUTTON SEWING (Optional) Utilize the button presser foot. Match (Use Darning plate see page 15) 1. Place the darning plate properly. 2. Place button presser foot in position and attach it firmly. 3. Place the button between presser foot and fabric and lower the presser foot. 4.

  • Page 26: Zipper Sewing

    ZIPPER SEWING Utilize the zipper foot. Select straight stitch. 1. Zipper foot is designed to sew close to a raised edge, thus preventing sewing on zipper. 2. Place zipper foot in position and attach firmly. 3. Fold the fabric about 2 cm and place the fabric under foot.

  • Page 27: Buttonhole Sewing

    BUTTONHOLE SEWING Use the buttonhole foot. Set the stitch length dial. Pattern selector dial Steps Setting 1. Set dial to “1“ position 2. Sew left side 3. Raise the needle 4. Set dial to “2“ position 5. Sew 5-6 stitches 6.

  • Page 28: Hemming

    HEMMING (Optional) 3 mm 1 mm 20 mm 1. Raise the foot and the needle to its highest position. Replace the foot with the picot foot. 2. Fold over the fabric edge by about 3 mm and place it under the foot. Secure the folded edge with a few stitches.

  • Page 29: Twin Needle

    TWIN NEEDLE Please place second spoon pin (B) into the position for twin needle sewing as page 4, no. 4 pic. Put in the twin needle with the flat side backwards. Thread the machine for normal sewing, leading both threads to needle and passing their ends separately through its eye.

  • Page 30: Quilter

    QUILTER (Optional) 1. Slide the arm through the hole on top of the presser foot holder. 2. Move the quilter to the required stitch distance. SEAM GUIDE (Optional) 1. Use the seam guide to sew long seams of an equal distance from the edge of the fabric. 2.

  • Page 31: Maintenance (cleaning And Oiling)

    MAINTENANCE .CAUTION: When cleaning the machine or changing its lamp, disconnect it from the mains. You avoid accidents through electric shock. 1. Raise needle to its highest position. 2. Take out the bobbin case. 3. Turn the latch knob A as illustrated. 4.

  • Page 32: Checking Performance Problems-troubleshooting

    CHECKING PERFORMANCE PROBLEMS – TROUBLESHOOTING Problem Probable cause What to do - Feed teeth down - Raise feed teeth Fabric does not - Stitch length dial “0“ position - Set dial between 1 and 4 move - Light presser foot pressure - Increase pressure - Incorrect insertion of needle - Re-insert needle...

  • Page 33

    Guarantee 24 Months The receipt of purchase with date of purchase is the certificate for the guarantee. Please always keep carefully. In case of guarantee please contact our service hotline number. The guaranteeing is only for material defect and production errors, not for high mortality parts or damage on breakable parts;...

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