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Removing and Attaching the Presser Foot

WARNING:

Turn the power switch off before changing the presser

foot.

Removing the presser foot

Raise the needle to its highest position and raise the

presser foot lifter.

Press the red button on the back of the foot holder.

The presser foot will drop off.

Attaching the presser foot

Place the presser foot you wish to use so that the pin

on the foot lies just under the groove of the foot holder.

Lower the presser bar to lock the foot in place.

Button Sewing Foot T

Insert the rear pin on the foot into the groove of the foot

holder.

Gently lower the presser bar while holding the foot with

your fingers.

Darning foot P-2

Loosen the thumbscrew and remove the foot holder.

Attach the darning foot P-2 to the presser bar putting

the pin on the needle clamp screw.

Tighten the thumbscrew firmly with the screwdriver.

Even feed foot

Loosen the thumbscrew and remove the foot holder.

Attach the even feed foot to the presser bar with the

lever over the needle clamp screw and secure it with

the thumbscrew.

Embroidery Foot P

Loosen the thumbscrew and remove the foot holder.

Attach embroidery foot P to the presser bar from behind.

Tighten the thumbscrew securely with the screwdriver.

Adjusting the Foot Pressure

The foot pressure control dial should be set at “3” for

regular sewing.

Reduce the pressure to “2” for appliqué, cutwork, drawn

work, basting and embroidery.

Set the dial at “1” when sewing extra fine fabrics.

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