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Insert the foot controller plug into its jack on
the right side of the sewing machine.
a Foot controller jack
Turn on the sewing machine.
Slide the sewing speed controller to the left or
right to select the foot controller's maximum
Slide the sewing speed controller to the left to
select a lower maximum sewing speed, or slide
the speed controller to the right to select a
higher maximum sewing speed.
a Sewing speed controller
• The speed set using the sewing speed
controller will be the foot controller's
maximum sewing speed.
Once you are ready to start sewing, slowly
press down on the foot controller.
Pressing down on the foot controller increases
the sewing speed; releasing the pressure on the
foot controller decreases the sewing speed.
• Slowly press down on the foot controller.
Pressing it down hard starts sewing too quickly.
The machine starts sewing.
● Do not allow thread or dust to accumulate
● Do not place objects on the foot
● If the machine is not to be used for a long
When the end of the stitching is reached,
completely release the foot controller.
The machine stops sewing with the needle
lowered (in the fabric).
When you have finished sewing, press
("Needle Position" button).
The needle is raised.
Cut the threads.
• For details, refer to "Cutting the thread" (page
When the foot controller is plugged in,
("Start/Stop" button) cannot be used to start
When sewing is stopped, the needle remains
lowered (in the fabric). The machine can be
set so that the needle will stay up when
sewing is stopped. For details on setting the
machine so that the needle stays up when
sewing is stopped, refer to "Changing the
machine settings" (page 21).
in the foot controller, otherwise a fire or
an electric shock may occur.
controller, otherwise damage to the
machine or injuries may occur.
period of time, unplug the foot controller,
otherwise a fire or an electric shock may