instruction manual - Empisal Sewing Machines

instruction manual - Empisal Sewing Machines
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
your creative assistant
MODEL: COMPANION-7D
EMPISAL COMPLETE FREE ARM OVER LOCKER
Safety instructions
Warning
against injuries and
material damages:
Like any other electrical device, a overlock
machine can cause serious, even
life-threatening injuries.To avoid this, and in
order to work safely:
According to legislation, you as the user of an
electrical appliance are responsible for preventing
possible accidents through safety-conscious
behaviour:
• Before initial use of your overlock machine,
read these operating instructions thoroughly.
• Keep the operating instructions in a suitable
place near the machine. When passing the
appliance on to others, always enclose the
operating instructions.
• Keep your work space tidy. An untidy workplace
can lead to accidents.
• Always disconnect the power supply when
leaving the machine unattended. This will
prevent the risk of accidents if the machine is
switched on accidentally.
• Do not wear loose clothing or jewellery,as these
can be caught in the moving parts. You should
also wear a hair net if you have long hair.
• Provide adequate lightingwhen working!
• Avoid abnormal posture. Remain steady and in
a well-balanced position at all times.
• First pull the power plug before changing the
bulb or performing maintenance work on the
machine.
This will prevent possibly life-threatening
electric shocks.
• Be alert! Pay attention to what you are doing.
Always take a rational approach to your work.
Never work with the overlock machine if you are
unable to concentrate or if you are feeling
unwell!
• Do not remove the plug from the socket by
pulling on the cable. Always grip the plug and
not the cable when pulling out the power
plug.
If accidents occur as a result of handling the
machine with insufficient care, or failure to follow
the safety instructions in this manual, then the
manufacturer cannot accept liability.
• Only use the overlock machine in dry rooms.
If the supply cord that fixed with foot controller is
damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer or its service agent or a similar
qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
• In case of any visible damage on the
machine, the foot switch or the power cable:
Have the damage repaired by Customer
Service before using the overlock machine
again.
Please use for your overlock machine the
ZHEJIANG FOUNDER presser foot, type
KD-2902.
Power rating: 220 - 230V ~ , 50Hz
Current rating: 1.0A
Protection Class : II
• Never let children or elderly persons handle
the machine unsupervised because they may
not properly appreciate the possible dangers.
Keep electrical appliances outside the reach
of children.
• Never use the machine when the ventilation
apertures are blocked. Keep the ventilation
apertures of the machine and the foot switch
free from fluff, dust and waste material.
• This machine is not intended for use by
persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or
lack of experience and knowledge, unless
they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance
by a person responsible for their safety.
• Children should be supervised to ensure that
they do not play with the machine
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INTRODUCTION
THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING OUR OVERLOCK MACHINE
This overlock machine can stitch dependable seams on all kinds of fabric, both light and heavy,
including cotton, wool, rayon, tricot, jersey, and knits.
You do not need a special table for this portable machine.
We suggest that you read this instruction manual carefully before you start to operate the machine.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
1. Keep your eyes on the needles when operating the overlock machine. Do not touch the
handwheel, the cutter or the needles when the machine is running.
2. Turn off the power switch, and pull out the plug from electric socket in the following cases:
* When you have finished your sewing.
* When you leave the serger temporarily.
* When replacing the parts.
* When cleaning and adjusting the machine.
BEFORE YOU USE
1. Wipe dust and oil off the machine to avoid any stains on the sewing materials.
2. Test sew by using the same sewing materials you intend to sew.
3. Read this instruction manual thoroughly before replacing the cutters and the needles. Follow the
instructions for correct replacements and adjustments.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
NAME OF MAIN COMPONENTS .................................................................................................. 4-5
SETTING UP YOUR MACHINE..................................................................................................... 6-8
The position of thread pole ..................................................................................................6
Cone holders .......................................................................................................................6
Spool caps ...........................................................................................................................6
Connecting the foot control ..................................................................................................7
Controlling sewing speed.....................................................................................................7
Safety switch........................................................................................................................7
Attaching the waste catcher.................................................................................................8
ACCESSORIES .................................................................................................................................8
USING THE MACHINE ......................................................................................................................9
Hand wheel ..........................................................................................................................9
Front cover...........................................................................................................................9
Free arm ..............................................................................................................................9
LOOPER THREADING .................................................................................................................... 10
NEEDLE THREADING......................................................................................................................11
TRIAL SEWING................................................................................................................................ 12
ADJUSTING THREAD TENSIONS............................................................................................. 13-14
Adjusting the needle thread tensions................................................................................. 14
Adjusting the looper thread tensions ................................................................................. 14
MACHINE ADJUSTMENT CHART .................................................................................................. 15
CHANGING THE THREAD .............................................................................................................. 16
BUILT-IN POCKET HANDLE ........................................................................................................... 16
ADJUSTMENT OF STITICH LENGTH............................................................................................. 17
Stitch length setting............................................................................................................ 17
CUTTING WIDTH ............................................................................................................................ 18
The proper cutting width .................................................................................................... 18
Adjust to a wider cutting width ........................................................................................... 18
Adjust to a narrower cutting width...................................................................................... 18
CHANGING THE NEEDLE .............................................................................................................. 19
REPLACING THE BULB .................................................................................................................. 19
REPLACING THE CUTTERS .......................................................................................................... 20
THREE THREAD NARROW AND WIDE OVERLOCK STITCH ...................................................... 21
FREE ARM SEWING ....................................................................................................................... 22
CONVERTIBLE PRESSER FOOT................................................................................................... 22
ROLLED AND NARROW EDGE ................................................................................................. 23-24
Rolled edge........................................................................................................................ 23
Narrow edge ...................................................................................................................... 23
Rolled hemming ................................................................................................................. 24
Narrow hemming ............................................................................................................... 24
DIFFERENTIAL FEED ................................................................................................................ 25-26
Differential feed mechanism .............................................................................................. 25
Adjusting the differential feed............................................................................................. 25
Wavy knits & Gathering ..................................................................................................... 26
Stretching to prevent puckering ......................................................................................... 26
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE........................................................................................................ 27
CLEANING AND LUBRICATING...................................................................................................... 28
SPECIFICATION OF MACHINE ...................................................................................................... 28
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NAME OF MAIN COMPONENTS
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4
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2.
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15.
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Thread pole
Spool pin
Spool holder
Lower looper thread tension dial
Handwheel
Base
Machine socket
Power switch
Front cover
Support bed
Free arm
Needle plate
Upper looper thread tension dial
Left needle thread tension dial
Right needle thread tension dial
Thread guide plate
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5
2
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3
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Upper looper
Lower looper
Free arm release lever
Free arm
Lower knife
Cutting width adjustment knob
Presser foot
Upper knife
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SETTING UP YOUR MACHINE
Set your Overlock machine on a sturdy flat
surface.
[ THE POSITION OF THREAD POLE ]
Positioning catches
Pull up thread pole to its highest point before
threading.
Turn the thread pole so the thread guides
come right above the spool pins.
[ CONE HOLDERS ]
Both industrial cones and domestic type thread
spools can be used on this machine.
For large diameter industrial cones use the
cone holders with the large end at the top.
For small diameter cones. use the same cone
holders with the small end at the top.
Spool holder
Normal
[ SPOOL CAPS ]
When using domestic type thread spools,
remove the spool holders and place spool
caps over the thread spools.
Spool cap
Domestic type
thread spool
Notch
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[ CONNECTING THE FOOT CONTROL ]
Push foot control plug into the machine socket and then into main socket.
Turn on the power switch. This power switch controls both the machine power and sewing light.
Machine socket
Power supply plug
Power switch
Machine plug
Power supply
Foot control
[ CONTROLLING SEWING SPEED ]
[ SAFETY SWITCH ]
The foot control regulates the sewing speed.
The sewing speed can be adjusted by
increasing or decreasing the pressure on the
foot control.
This machine is equipped with a micro safety
switch.
The machine is automatically cut off from the
electricity supply if either the free arm
or front cover is open.
Close both free arm and front cover before
you start sewing.
Foot control
Safety switch
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[ ATTACHING THE WASTE CATCHER ]
The waste catcher catches the cut-off fabric as
you sew, keeping your working area clean.
Place the waste catcher between the machine
and table.
Waste catcher
ACCESSORIES
Tweezers
Machine cover
Instruction manual
Spare upper cutter
Oiler
Brush
Screwdriver
Spool caps
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Needles
Hexagon wrench key
Waste catcher
USING THE MACHINE
[ HAND WHEEL ]
Always turn handwheel toward you, i.e. the
same direction as on a household sewing
machine.
[ FRONT COVER ]
To open front cover, slide the hollow to the
right as far as it will go then pull front cover
toward you.
The front cover won't close while the free arm
is open.
1
○
2
○
[ FREE ARM ]
Open the free arm for threading.
Open the front cover first.
While pushing the release lever, push the free
arm down ward with your left hand.
1
○
Free arm
release
lever
2
○
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LOOPER THREADING
Warning: Before contriving please adjust main control switch to (O).
Correct threading is important otherwise uneven stitches or thread breakage may result.
A convenient threading chart is placed on the front panel inside the front cover.
In addition, each thread guide is colored for
threading indication.
To help in threading, tweezers can be found in
the accessory box.
Threading must be carried out in the following
sequence.
1
○
1
1. FIRST……...Upper looper
2. SECOND…..Lower looper
3. THIRD……...Right needle
4. FINALLY……Left needle
1. Open the front cover and free arm.
2. Turn the handwheel toward you until. the
looper comes to best position for threading.
3. Pass the upper looper thread and lower
looper thread as illustrated.
Important: The thread must lie correctly
between the two discs inside the tension
dials.
4. Pull out the thread end about 10 cm (4")
long from the looper eyes. Raise the presser
foot and place threads under it, then lower
the presser foot.
2
○
2
Thread between two discs
4
4 ○
Upper looper thread
Lower looper thread
Lower looper
2
○
2
10
○
3
8
11
○
10
○
9
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8
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3
○
4
7
4
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11
○
9
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7
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6
5
7
6
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5
8
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6
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7
○
Upper looper
8
5
○
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6
5
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NEEDLE THREADING
5. Turn the handwheel toward you until
needles are fully raised.
6. Pass the right and left needle threads as
illustrated.
Important: The thread must lie correctly
between the two discs inside the tension
dials.
Pass through the needle eyes from front to
back as illustrated.
7. Pull out the thread end about 10 cm (4")
long from the needle eyes. Raise the
presser foot and place threads under it,
then lower the presser foot.
1
○
1
2
○
Left needle thread
Right needle thread
2
○
2
5
6
7
8
2
4
Thread between two discs
3
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3
6
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5
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7
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4
○
8
○
9
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3
6
7
8
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5
6
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4
5
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6
7
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4
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8
9
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3
○
TRIAL SEWING
When the overlock has been threaded for the
first time or re-threaded because of thread
breakage during sewing, start sewing in the
following manner.
Holding the end of threads between your left
finger tips, turn the handwheel slowly toward
you two or three times and check the thread
chain.
Place fabric for trial sewing under the presser
foot and start sewing slowly.
The fabric will be automatically fed.
Guide the fabric as you serge.
Cloth
When work is finished, continue sewing to
form about 5 cm (2") long thread chain from
the end of fabric.
Cut the threads with a scissor.
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ADJUSTING THREAD TENSIONS
Thread tensions will vary according to the type and thickness of both thread and fabric.
Adjust the thread tension of the machine accordingly while checking the seam.
Thread tension: Turn dial toward smaller numbers, tension becomes loose.
Turn dial toward larger numbers, tension becomes tight.
A: Left needle thread
tension dial
B: Right needle thread
tension dial
D: Lower looper thread
tension dial
C: Upper looper thread
tension dial
Correct thread tension
Right needle thread
Back side
Left needle thread
Lower looper thread
Upper looper thread
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6 mm (0.24”)
It is necessary to adjust the thread tension for the seams shown below.
[ ADJUSTING THE NEEDLE THREAD TENSIONS ]
The right needle thread tension is too loose.
The left needle thread tension is too loose.
Back side
Back side
Front side
Front side
Tighten the left needle thread tension.
Tighten the right needle thread tension.
[ ADJUSTING THE LOOPER THREAD TENSIONS ]
The lower looper thread is tight and/or
the upper looper thread is loose.
The upper looper thread is tight and/or
the lower looper thread is loose.
Back side
Back side
Front side
Front side
Loosen the lower looper thread tension
and/or tighten the upper looper thread
tension.
Loosen the upper looper thread tension
and/or tighten the lower looper thread
tension.
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MACHINE ADJUSTMENT CHART
The best tension for one fabric may not be correct for another.
The required tensions depend upon stiffness and thickness of fabric, thread size and type.
If necessary, readjust referring to the chart below.
Fabrics
Threads
Needle
Stitch length
Light-weight
.Georgette
.Organdy
.Lawn
.Voile
.Crepe-de-chine
.Silk
.Cotton
.Spun
polyester
.Polyester
continuous
HA × 1
No. 11
130 / 705H
No. 80
2.0 - 3.5 mm
.Standard
2.5 mm
No. 80 - 100
etc.
Medium-weight
.Cotton
.Spun
polyester
.Polyester
continuous
.Cotton
.Poplin
.Gingham
.Corduroy
HA × 1
No.11-14
130 / 705H
No. 80 - 90
2.0 - 3.5 mm
.Standard
2.5 mm
No. 60 - 100
etc.
Heavy-weight
.Cotton
.Spun
polyester
.Polyester
continuous
.Denim
.Tweed
.Velour
HA × 1
No.14
130 / 705H
No. 90
No. 50 - 80
etc.
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2.5 - 4.0 mm
.Standard
3.0 mm
Standard Setting
CHANGING THE THREAD (TYING ON)
It is simple to change the thread in the following
manner.
Cut the thread above the spool pin, and knot
ends of old and new threads together.
Set the tension dials to "O" and raise the
presser foot.
Pull the other end of thread until knots come
under the presser foot. For needle threads, pull
the other ends of threads until knots come to
needle eyes and cut the threads at the both
sides of the knots. Then re-thread the needles.
BUILT-IN POCKET HANDLE
The Built in pocket handle is a convenient way
to carry your machine.
Pocket handle
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ADJUSTMENT OF STITCH LENGTH
There are nine setting adjustments which can be made from 1.0 to 5.0 mm.
Most overlock work is done with a basic stitch length setting of 2.5-3.5 mm.
Stitch length
adjustment knob (lnner dial)
[ STITCH LENGTH SETTING ]
Stitches
Stitch length
Regular seaming
2.0 - 5.0 mm
3.0 mm (Standard Setting)
Narrow seaming
1.0 - 2.0 mm
Rolled edging
1.0 - 2.0 mm
Picot edging
3.0 - 4.0 mm
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CUTTING WIDTH
The proper cutting width differs with the type of fabric. Check the seams each time, and adjust the
cutting width as follows.
1. Turn the handwheel toward you until the needles are at the lowest position.
2. Open the front cover and free arm.
3. Turn the cutting width adjustment knob until the looper threads lie along the edge of the fabric.
Adjust to a narrower cutting width if the fabric edges curl when sewing. Turn the cutting width
adjustment knob to the right.
Adjust to a wider cutting width if the thread loops off the edge of the fabric. Turn the cutting width
adjustment knob to the left.
Needle plate
[ THE PROPER CUTTING WIDTH ]
Stitch width
Cutting width
Narrow
Cutting width
adjustment knob
Front side
[ ADJUST TO A WIDER CUTTING
WIDTH ]
Wide
[ ADJUST TO A NARROWER
CUTTING WIDTH ]
Threads looping
off edge of fabric
Stitch curling
edge of fabric
Front side
Front side
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CHANGING THE NEEDLE
Turn the power switch to "OFF" before
changing the needles.
Do not use any needle which is bent or blunt.
1. Turn the handwheel toward you until the
needles are fully raised.
2. Open the front cover and lower the presser
foot.
3. Using the hexagon wrench key from the
accessory box, loosen the needle clamp
screws and remove the needles. Upper left
screw for left needle and lower right screw
for right needle.
4. Insert the new needle with the flat side to the
back into the needle clamp, making sure it
is inserted as far up as possible. Tighten the
needle clamp screw firmly.
Hexagon wrench key
Needle
(Use HA*1)
When the needles are set correctly, the left
needle is slightly higher than the right one.
If needles are not correctly inserted, skipped
stitches will result.
This machine is equipped with needle systems
H.A*1 (Needle are household type).
Flat side to the back
Machine front
REPLACING THE BULB
Turn the power switch to "OFF" before replacing
the bulb.
1. Take the hole cap off by needle.
2. Loosen the screw until it is taken apart.
3. Pull the lamp cover off from the low part.
4. Push and twist and then remove the old
bulb.
5. Insert the new bulb and twist to its position.
Important:
This machine is designed to use 15 watt bulb.
The bulb is available from your local dealer.
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REPLACING THE CUTTERS
Turn the power switch to "OFF" before replacing the cutter blades.
The lower cutter is made of special material and does not usually need to be replaced. However,
should it become damaged, it can be replaced by your local dealer.
To replace the upper cutter when it becomes dull :
1. Open the front cover and turn the handwheel toward you until the needles are in the lowest
position.
2. Using the screwdriver from the accessory box, loosen the upper cutter set screw and remove the
upper cuter.
3. Replace the new upper cutter and slightly tighten the upper cutter set screw.
4. Adjust the position of upper cutter so the edge of the upper cutter overlaps 0.5-1.0mm from the
edge of lower cutter as shown below.
5. Tighten the upper cutter set screw firmly and close the front cover.
Upper cutter set screw
Upper cutter
Screwdriver
Overlaps
0.5 – 1.0 mm
Lower cutter
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THREE THREAD NARROW AND WIDE OVERLOCK
STITCH
This machine is a 3/4 thread convertible
overlock.
Remove either the right or left needle. Your
machine is now ready for use as a 3-thread
overlock.
Hexagon wrench key
Refer to "CHANGING THE NEEDLE"
4 mm (0.16”)
Using the needle on the right only, the stitch
width is 4 mm (0.16").
Front side
6 mm (0.24”)
Back side
Using the needle on the left only, the stitch
width is 6 mm (0.24").
Front side
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FREE ARM SEWING
Remove the support bed as illustrated which easily converts from a flat bed to free arm.
Convenient for sewing pant legs, sleeves and cuffs, etc.
Free arm
Support bed
CONVERTIBLE PRESSER FOOT
The special presser foot, is set for normal overlock
with the letter N adjacent to the vertical screw at front
of presser foot. When you need to sew a rolled edge,
simply loosen the large screw slightly and move the
finger that protrudes from left side of foot forward until
is stops, then re-tighten the screw. The letter R will
now be adjacent to screw.
R
N
Finger
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ROLLED AND NARROW EDGE
To carry out either of the above sewing tasks proceed as follows.
(1) Refer to page 22 for special foot position setting.
(2) Turn the handwheel toward you until needles are fully raised.
(3) Open front cover and remover left needle. See page 19.
(4) Set stitch length between 1.0-2.0 mm. See page 17. Also ensure that differential control is set at
'N' position.
(5) Adjust stitch width, as shown on page 18.
(6) If not already threaded re-thread the machine.
(7) Place fabric under presser foot and start to sew.
Always test the stitch and tension settings on scrap fabric before sewing on an actual garment.
When either Rolled or Narrow hemming, we recommend you change the threads as shown on
page 24.
ALWAYS remember to re-set the special foot for normal serging after you have finished your rolled
edge procedure.
[ ROLLED EDGE ]
With a rolled edge the loops formed by the
upper looper thread should be pulled to the
underside of the fabric. This is done by setting
the tensions as shown on page 24.
1.0~3.0 mm
Lower looper
thread
Upper looper
thread
Back
Needle thread
Front
[ NARROW EDGE ]
1.0~3.0 mm
For seams on sheer or lightweight fabrics, set
tensions as shown on page 24 for a balanced
tension.
Needle thread
Back
Upper looper
thread
Lower looper
thread
Front
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Important: If necessary, adjust the stitch length and cutting width.
Threads
Fabrics
Rolled hemming
Narrow hemming
.Spun polyester
No. 50 - 80
.Spun polyester
No. 50 - 80
.Crepe-de-chine
.Polyester continuous
No. 50 - 80
.Polyester continuous
No. 50 - 80
.Silk
.Spun polyester
.Wooly-nylon
.Wooly-nylon
.Spun polyester
No. 50 - 80
.Rayon thread
.Polyester continuous
No. 50 - 80
.Spun polyester
No. 50 - 80
.Spun polyester
No. 50 - 80
.Polyester continuous
No. 5 0- 80
.Polyester continuous
No. 50 - 80
.Georgette
.Lawn
Needle thread
.Broadcloth
Upper looper
thread
.Rayon
.Voile
Lower looper
thread
etc.
[ ROLLED HEMMING ]
[ NARROW HEMMING ]
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DIFFERENTIAL FEED
The differential feed prevents wavy seams in knitted fabrics and also movement between the layers
of fabric. It also ensures pucker-free seams on lightweight fabrics.
[ DIFFERENTIAL FEED MECHANISM ]
There are two sets of feed teeth, one front and one rear. The two sets of feed teeth move
independently. Differential feed allows the two sets of feed teeth to move at different rates.
Differential ratio 0.7-2.0.
REAR
FRONT
[ ADJUSTING THE DIFFERENTIAL FEED ]
The differential feed can be adjusted by simply turning the differential feed adjustment knob in the
direction desired. Adjustment of the differential feed can be made while sewing.
Important:
When sewing without differential feed, the adjustment knob for the differential feed should be set on
the "N" position.
Differential feed
adjustment knob (Outside)
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[ WAVY KNITS & GATHERING ]
For perfectly flat seams in stretchy knit
garments, the front feed teeth need to feed
faster than the rear feed teeth to prevent
stretching the fabric. To Gather, the front feed
teeth will also need to feed faster than the rear
feed teeth. By using a long stitch length, (See
page 25 to adjust). your fabric will easily gather.
Set differential feed “G”.
[ STRETCHING TO PREVENT PUCKERING ]
To avoid any puckering in seams on lightweight
woven fabrics or smooth nylon, the rear feed
teeth must feed faster than the front feed teeth.
The front feed teeth, therefore, holds the fabric
taut to prevent puckering.
Set the differential feed motion at “S”.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
Check items below before calling for service.
Problem
Cause
Corrective action
Page
1. Replace with new needles.
19
Needles break
1. Needles are bent, blunt or
points are damaged.
2. Needles not inserted
correctly.
3. You have forcibly pulled the
fabric
2. Insert the needles correctly to
the needle clamp.
3. Guide fabric gently with both
hands.
19
Thread breaks
1. Threading is incorrect.
2. Thread tension is too tight.
3. Needles not inserted
correctly.
1. Thread the machine correctly.
2. Reset the thread tension.
3. Insert the needles correctly to
the needle clamp.
10.11
13.14
19
1. Needles are bent, blunt or
points are damaged.
2. Needles not inserted
correctly.
3. Threading is incorrect.
4. Wrong needles used.
1. Replace with new needles.
19
2. Insert the needles correctly to
the needle clamp.
3. Thread the machine correctly.
4. Use correct needles. (HA×1 or
130/ 705H)
19
Skipped stitches
10.11
19
1. Thread tension is not
correct.
2. Thread is caught.
1. Correct the thread tension.
13.14
Stiches are
irregular
2. Check threading path of each
thread.
10.11
Seam puckering
1. Thread tension is too tight.
2. Threading is incorrect.
3. Thread is caught.
1. Correct the thread tension.
2. Thread the machine correctly.
3. Check threading path of each
thread.
4. Set differential feed to “S”.
13.14
10.11
10.11
4. Differential feet not set.
26
Fabric not
cutting neatly
1. Upper cutter is blunt or
wrongly positioned.
1. Replace or adjust the cutter.
20
Fabric edges
curl
1. Too much fabric is within the
stitch.
1. Re-adjust seam width.
18
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CLEANING AND LUBRICATING
To keep your machine running smoothly ; it is necessary to clean using the brush from the
accessory box now and then.
This machine requires very little lubrication as the main components are made of special materials.
Occassionally, lubricate only the points illustrated.
SPECIFICATION OF MACHINE
Description
Specification
Number of threads
4 or 3
Number of needles
2 or 1
Sewing speed
1300 ± 200 r.p.m
4 - thread………..6 mm
Stitch width
3 - thread………..6 mm or 4 mm
Stitch length
1 ~ 5 mm
Lift of presser foot
4.5 mm
HA × 1 No. 11-14
Needles
130/ 705H No. 75 - 90
Dimentions
285 mm ( W) × 285 mm (D) × 291 mm (H)
Weight
7 kg (approx. 15 1bs.)
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STORING THE MACHINE
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Store the machine in its box or in a clean, dry place.
Never wrap the power cord around the machine.
SERVICING THE MACHINE
If the unit is not operating correctly, please check the following:
• You have followed the instructions correctly.
• The wall socket is switched on.
• That the mains power supply is ON.
• That the plug is firmly in the mains socket.
If the machine still does not work after checking the above:
- Consult the retailer for possible repair or replacement. If the retailer fails to resolve the
problem and you need to return the machine, make sure that:
• The unit is packed carefully back into its original packaging.
• Proof of purchase is attached.
• A reason is provided for why it is being returned.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or an authorised
service agent, in order to avoid any hazard. If service becomes necessary within the warranty
period, the machine should be returned to an approved Tedelex Trading (Pty) Limited service
centre. Servicing outside the warranty period is still available, but will, however, be chargeable.
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PLEASE AFFIX YOUR PROOF OF PURCHASE/RECEIPT HERE
IN THE EVENT OF A CLAIM UNDER WARRANTY THIS RECEIPT MUST BE PRODUCED.
WARRANTY
1. Tedelex Trading (Pty) Limited (“Tedelex”) warrants to the original purchaser of this product
(“the customer”) that this product will be free of defects in quality and workmanship which
under normal personal, family or household use and purpose may manifest within a period
of 1 (one) year from the date of purchase (“warranty period”).
2. Where the customer has purchased a product and it breaks, is defective or does not work
properly for the intended purpose, the customer must notify the supplier from whom the
customer bought the product (“the supplier”) thereof within the warranty period. Any claim
in terms of this warranty must be supported by a proof of purchase. If proof of purchase is
not available, then repair, and/or service charges may be payable by the customer to the
supplier.
3. The faulty product must be taken to the supplier's service centre to exercise the warranty.
4. The supplier will refund, repair or exchange the product in terms of this warranty subject to
legislative requirements. This warranty shall be valid only where the customer has not
broken the product himself, or used the product for something that it is not supposed to be
used for. The warranty does not include and will not be construed to cover products
damaged as a result of disaster, misuse, tamper, abuse or any unauthorised modification
or repair of the product.
5. This warranty will extend only to the product provided at the date of the purchase and not
to any expendables attached or installed by the customer.
6. If the customer requests that the supplier repairs the product and the product breaks or
fails to work properly within 3 (three) months of the repair and not as a result of misuse,
tampering or modification by or on behalf of the customer, then the supplier may replace
the product or pay a refund to the customer.
7. The customer may be responsible for certain costs where products returned are not in the
original packaging, or if the packaging is damaged. This will be deducted from any refund
paid to the customer.
TEDELEX TRADING (PTY) LTD (JOHANNESBURG)
JOHANNESBURG
TEL NO. (011) 490-9600
CAPE TOWN
TEL NO. (021) 535-0600
DURBAN
TEL NO. (031) 792-6000
www.amap.co.za
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