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SINGLE PULL BINDER
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Read Manual Before Operating Machine
402390 Rev C
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due to errors or omissions in this manual that may result from negligence, accident, or any other cause.
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Features and Specifications............................................................................... 5
Features.............................................................................................................................................. 5
Specifications...................................................................................................................................... 5
Safety.................................................................................................................... 6
General Rules for Safe Operation....................................................................................................... 6
Characteristics of a Defensive Operator............................................................................................. 7
Grounding............................................................................................................................................ 7
Grounded Tools: Tools with Three Prong Plugs.......................................................................................................... 7
Extension Cords.................................................................................................................................. 8
Guidelines for Using Extension Cords........................................................................................................................ 8
Machine Operation.............................................................................................. 9
Introduction.......................................................................................................................................... 9
Threading Instructions......................................................................................................................... 9
Thread Tension...................................................................................................................................11
Proper Thread Tensions.............................................................................................................................................. 11
Upper Thread Adjustments......................................................................................................................................... 11
Lower Thread Adjustments......................................................................................................................................... 11
Installation and Threading of Binding Tape................................................................................................................. 12
Preparation for Stitching............................................................................................................................................. 12
Stitching...................................................................................................................................................................... 12
Stitching............................................................................................................................................. 13
To change direction of stitching................................................................................................................................... 13
To remove carpet........................................................................................................................................................ 13
Regulation Width of Zig-zag Stitch.............................................................................................................................. 13
Folders.............................................................................................................................................. 14
Machine Maintenance....................................................................................... 15
Lubrication......................................................................................................................................... 15
Shuttle Area Lubrication.................................................................................................................... 15
Entire Machine Lubrication................................................................................................................ 15
Operation Tips................................................................................................................................... 15
Adjustments....................................................................................................................................... 16
To Check Needle Height Adjustment.......................................................................................................................... 16
To Adjust Needle......................................................................................................................................................... 17
Needle to Hook Clearance.......................................................................................................................................... 18
Race Cover Spring Clearance Adjustment................................................................................................................. 19
Bobbin Case............................................................................................................................................................... 19
Troubleshooting Guide..................................................................................... 20
Binding Tips....................................................................................................... 22
Binding........................................................................................................................................................................ 22
Binding Corners.......................................................................................................................................................... 22
Base Binding............................................................................................................................................................... 22
Folder Adjustments........................................................................................... 23
Folder Adjustments..................................................................................................................................................... 23
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Binding & Stitching Instructions...................................................................... 24
Normal Outside Corner..................................................................................................................... 24
Optional — Double Covered Corners................................................................................................ 25
Sewn Corners.................................................................................................................................... 25
Inside Corners................................................................................................................................... 26
Complete Parts List........................................................................................... 28
Complete Parts List........................................................................................................................... 28
Accessories................................................................................................................................................................. 29
Attachments................................................................................................................................................................ 29
Parts List and Diagrams................................................................................... 31
#126-03-1 Round Zig Zag Control .................................................................................................... 31
#126-03-2 Zig Zag Lever in Middle of Machine................................................................................. 31
#126-03-3 Zig Zag Lever behind Binding Tape Disks........................................................................ 31
Bobbin Case...................................................................................................................................... 31
Frame Parts....................................................................................................................................... 32
Pan Parts........................................................................................................................................... 33
Drive Motor Parts.............................................................................................................................. 34
Needle Plate Parts............................................................................................................................ 35
Internal Parts..................................................................................................................................... 36
Accessories & Attachments............................................................................. 39
#126E Clear Thread ................................................................................................................................................... 39
#126EH Clear Heavy Duty Thread............................................................................................................................. 39
Bobbins....................................................................................................................................................................... 39
Needles....................................................................................................................................................................... 39
Speed Control #126-N................................................................................................................................................ 39
Battery and Charger.................................................................................................................................................... 40
Base Attachments....................................................................................................................................................... 40
#126-P217 Accessory Kit............................................................................................................................................ 40
#1840 Tweezers......................................................................................................................................................... 41
Binding and Serging Attachments............................................................................................................................... 41
Assembled Machine Pictures........................................................................... 42
Top View..................................................................................................................................................................... 42
Bottom View................................................................................................................................................................ 42
End View..................................................................................................................................................................... 43
Warranty............................................................................................................. 44
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Features and Specifications
Features
As with our many other products offered to the carpeting industry, NFE stands ready to warrant and assist our customers in any way possible.
Should it be necessary for your to require service or assistance, please contact our sales or service representative at 800-245-0267.
With the DVD and maintenance portion of this manual, it is our objective to provide you with both pictorial and written information necessary to
assist you in proper servicing and maintenance of your Binding Brute.
Specifications
Heavy Duty Motor - with non-slip gear reduction drive and heavy
duty motor made in the USA.
Ergonomic Handle - ergonomically designed handle gives better
visibility and reduces hand and arm fatigue.
Folder - includes a 7/8” folder that accomodates binding and serging
tape. Accomodates a variety of folder sizes.
Ball Bearing Wheels - built in heavy duty ball bearing wheels.
Maximium Binding Strength - straight or zigzag lockstitch for maximum binding strength.
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Safety
General Rules for Safe Operation
READ AND SAVE ALL INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE USE. Before use, ensure operators read and understand this manual. Read and understand labeling on machine and components. All operators must view the instruction video. Extra copies of the manual and video are available.
1. KNOW YOUR EQUIPMENT: Read this manual carefully to learn equipment applications and limitations, potential hazards associated
with this type of equipment. Keep this manual with the equipment it is associated with.
2. GROUND YOUR EQUIPMENT: See Grounding Page 7.
3. AVOID DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENTS: Do not use in rain, damp or wet locations, or in the presence of explosive atmospheres (gaseous fumes, dust or flammable materials). Remove materials or debris that may be ignited by sparks.
4. KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN AND WELL LIT: Cluttered, dark work areas invite accidents.
5. DO NOT USE ON STEPS.
6. DRESS PROPERLY: Do not wear loose clothing. These may be caught in moving parts. When working wear gloves and insulated nonskid footwear. Keep hands and gloves away from moving parts.
7. KEEP BYSTANDERS AWAY: Children and other bystanders should be kept at a safe distance from the work area to avoid distracting
the operator and contacting the equipment or extension cord. Operator should be aware of the proximity of bystanders. This appliance
is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and
knowledge. Equipment is not to be used by children.
8. USE PROPER ACCESSORIES: Using accessories that are not recommended may be hazardous. Be sure accessories are properly
installed and maintained. Do not delete a guard or other safety device when installing an accessory or attachment.
9. CHECK FOR DAMAGED PARTS: Inspect guards and other parts before use. Check for misalignment, binding of moving parts, improper mounting, broken parts and other conditions that may affect operation. If abnormal noise or vibration occurs, turn off immediately and
have the problem corrected before further use. Do not use damaged equipment. Tag damaged equipment “DO NOT USE” until repaired.
Missing or damaged parts should be properly repaired or replaced immediately. For all repairs, use only identical National replacement
parts.
10. GUARD AGAINST ELECTRIC SHOCK: Prevent body contact with grounded surfaces such as pipes, radiators, ranges and refrigerators. When making cuts, always check the work area for hidden wires or pipes. Hold your equipment by insulated nonmetal grasping
surfaces. Use a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) to reduce shock hazards.
11. AVOID ACCIDENTAL STARTING: Be sure equipment is turned off before plugging in. Do not use a equipment if the power switch does
not turn the equipment on and off.
12. DO NOT FORCE EQUIPMENT: Equipment will perform best at the rate for which it was designed. Excessive force only causes operator
fatigue, increased wear and reduced control.
13. KEEP HANDS AWAY FROM ALL CUTTING EDGES AND MOVING PARTS.
14. DO NOT ABUSE CORD: Never unplug by pulling the cord from the outlet. Pull plug rather than cord to reduce the risk of damage. Keep
the cord away from heat, oil, sharp objects, cutting edges and moving parts.
15. STAY ALERT: Watch what you are doing, and use common sense. Do not use when you are tired, distracted or under the influence of
drugs, alcohol or any medication causing decreased control.
16. STARTING MACHINE: On/Off switch must be in off position before connecting to power source.
17. UNPLUG EQUIPMENT: When not in use and before changing accessories or performing recommended maintenance, unplug machine.
18. MAINTAIN LABELS AND NAMEPLATES: These carry important information. If unreadable or missing, contact National for a replacement.
19. MACHINE IS HEAVY, DO NOT DROP. Ensure proper lifting procedures are followed when transporting.
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Characteristics of a Defensive Operator
A Good Operator is a “Defensive” Operator!
QUALITIES INCLUDE:
Education: Familiarize oneself with machine operation and work area.
Alert: Stays alert at all time and never lets guard down.
Skills: Only performs duties he/she is qualified to do. Always tries to improve.
Judgement: Uses sound judgement. Does not take uncessary risks.
Common Sense: Applies knowledge in practical situations.
Recognizes the Hazards: Maintains alertness. Anticipates danger.
Understands the Defense: Knows that safety isn’t an accident…it’s a thinking person’s choice.
Acts Correctly: Does not give in to peer pressure. Performs correctly when supervised or not.
WARNING: ELECTRICAL CORDS CAN BE HAZARDOUS. MISUSE CAN
RESULT IN FIRE OR DEATH BY ELECTRICAL SHOCK. READ CAREFULLY AND
FOLLOW ALL DIRECTIONS.
Grounding
Jobsite receptacles can vary. Check the voltage at different receptacles on the jobsite for a
more accurate voltage reading. 15 amp GFI outlets are not recommended.
Grounded Tools: Tools with Three Prong Plugs
FIG. A
Equipment marked “Grounding Required” have a three wire cord and three prong grounding
plug. The plug must be connected to a properly grounded outlet (Figure A). If the equipment
should electrically malfunction or break down, grounding provides a low resistance path to
carry electricity away from the user; reducing the risk of electric shock.
The grounding prong in the plug is connected through the green wire inside the cord to the
grounding system in the equipment. The green wire in the cord must be the only wire connected to the equipment’s grounding system and must never be attached to an electrically
“live” terminal.
The equipment must be plugged into an appropriate outlet, one which is properly installed and
grounded in accordance with all codes and ordinances. The plug and outlet should look like
the example in Figure A.
CAUTION: IMPROPERLY CONNECTING THE GROUNDING WIRE CAN RESULT
IN THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. CHECK WITH A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN IF YOU ARE IN DOUBT AS TO WHETHER THE OUTLET IS PROPERLY
GROUNDED. DO NOT MODIFY THE PLUG PROVIDED WITH THE EQUIPMENT.
NEVER REMOVE THE GROUNDING PRONG FROM THE PLUG. DO NOT USE
THE EQUIPMENT IF THE CORD OR PLUG IS DAMAGED. IF THE PLUG WILL
NOT FIT THE OUTLET, HAVE A PROPER OUTLET INSTALLED BY A QUALIFIED
ELECTRICIAN.
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Extension Cords
Grounded equipment requires a three wire extension cord. Double insulated equipment
can use either a two or three wire extension cord. As the distance from the supply outlet
increases, you must use a heavier gauge extension cord. Using extension cords with
inadequately sized wire causes a substantial drop in voltage, resulting in loss of power
and possible equipment damage.
The smaller the gauge number of the wire, the greater the capacity and larger diameter
of the cord. For example, a 2.5 mm 10 gauge cord can carry a higher current than a
2 mm 12 gauge cord. When using more than one extension cord to make up the total
length, be sure each cord contains at least the minimum wire size required. If you are
using one extension cord for more than one tool, add the nameplate ampere and use the
sum to determine the required minimum wire size.
Guidelines for Using Extension Cords
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If you are using an extension cord outdoors, make sure it is marked with the suffix
“W-A” to indicate that it is acceptable for outdoor use.
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Be sure your extension cord is properly wired and in good electrical condition.
Always replace a damaged extension cord or have it repaired by a qualified person
before using it.
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Protect your extension cords from sharp objects, excessive heat and damp or wet
areas.
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Keep away from water. Do not use if wet.
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Inspect thoroughly before each use. DO NOT USE IF DAMAGED.
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Make sure equipment is not running before disconnecting cord.
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FULLY INSERT plug into outlet.
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Do not remove, bend or modify any metal prongs or pins of cord.
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Do not use excessive force to make connections.
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Do not connect a three prong plug to a two hole cord.
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Avoid overheating. Uncoil cord and do not cover it with any material.
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Do not walk on cord.
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Do not drive, drag or place objects over cord.
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Use a 2 mm (12 gauge), 120v cord, 15.24 m (50ft) maximum length with this machine.
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Regularly examine the supply cord for damage, such as cracking or aging. If damage is found, replace the cord before further use.
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Only replace the supply cord with the type specified in the instruction manual.
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Machine Operation
Introduction
Each new Binder is furnished with the following items:
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Binding Tape Discs (2)
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Instruction DVD
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Instruction Manual
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Lubricant
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Binding Reel Centering Plug
Accessory Kit containing:
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Prewound Bobbins (8)
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1/8” Allen Wrench
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Needles (1 -Ten Pack)
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5/64” Allen Wrench
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Tweezers
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3/32” Allen Wrench
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Binding Tape (1/2 gross)
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5/32” Allen Wrench
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Serging Tape Sample
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Large Screwdriver (2)
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Thread Clippers
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Small Screwdriver (2)
NOTE: It is highly recommended you retain the box and packing your Binder was supplied in for storage, transporting or if necessary, to return the Binder for service. Replacement Shipping Cartons can be purchased.
FIG. B
For equipment to be returned, please call National at 1-800-245-0267.
Threading Instructions
Needle as Viewed
from Front
1. Raise needle to highest point.
2. Raise the feed roller.
3. Thread by following the letters indicated in the illustration (See Figure B)
a. Upper Thread Guide
b. Enter Tension Discs
c. Exit Tension Discs
SCARF
d. Take up Spring
e. Take up Lever
f.
Lower Thread Guides
EYE
Thread Machine
from Left to Right
g. Needle Block
h. Needle (See Figure C).
NOTE: Assure thread is bottomed in the tension disc (B & C in Figure B). This is extremely important.
FIG. C
CAUTION: FOR YOUR SAFETY, DISCONNECT THE POWER SOURCE TO THE
BINDER BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO SERVICE OR ADJUST THE MACHINE.
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Threading Instructions (Cont’d)
4. Removal of Bobbin Case
FIG. D
a.
Raise feed roller.
b.
Rotate handwheel toward you until needle reaches its highest point.
c.
Tilt machine to rest on handwheel end. If you have binding wheels installed, use a small block to support machine on handwheel.
d.
Remove lower feed roller plate.
e.
Lift and grasp bobbin case latch (as illustrated).
f.
Remove case by pulling towards you.
5. Threading of Bobbin Case
FIG. E
a.
With bobbin and bobbin case being held as illustrated, and with aproximately 5 to 6 inches of thread for feeding, insert bobbin into
case (See Figure E).
Pull thread through slot in the bobbin case (See Figure F).
b.
c.
Continue by pulling thread under tension spring and up through slot in spring (See Figure G).
d.
Put thread through hole in bobbin case arm leaving aproximately 5 to 6 inches of bobbin thread hanging from the arm.
NOTE: To check for proper thread feed tension, see “Thread Tension” on Page 11.
6. Installation of Bobbin Case
FIG. F
FIG. G
a.
Lift and grasp bobbin case latch and with the arm aligned with the notch in the shuttle race cover, slide the bobbin case fully onto the center post (See Figure D). During this operation, it is helpful to also hold the thread with the bobbin case to prevent the bobbin from dropping out of the case.
Trim the bobbin thread to approximately 2 inches.
b.
7. Needle Replacement
a.
To remove, rotate the handwheel towards you until it reaches its high-
est point. Using a 5/64 allen wrench, (provided in the kit), loosen the set screw above the needle and remove needle.
b.
To replace, grasp the needle with tweezers, and as viewed from the feed side of the machine, position needle with the long groove fac
ing left and the notch side facing right. Feed the point into the lower guide, and then the other end up into the clamp. Assure needle is bottomed in clamp before tightening set screw.
DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN.
CAUTION: REPLACEMENT NEEDLES MUST BE OF THE CORRECT TYPE AND
INSTALLED CORRECTLY FOR PROPER MACHINE OPERATION.
CAUTION: ASSURE THE BOBBIN
CASE LATCH IS FULLY CLOSED AFTER
INSTALLATION.
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PROPER NEEDLE TYPE FOR YOUR MACHINE WILL BE INDICATED BY PACKET OF
NEEDELES ENCLOSED IN KIT.
THE BINDERS ARE EQUIPPED WITH A “SCHMETZ NO. 23” HEAVY DUTY NEEDLE. AS AN
OPTION, THE “SCHMETZ NO. 22” NEEDLE CAN BE USED. THE PRINCIPLE DIFFERENCE
IS, THE NO. 23 IS SLIGHTLY LARGER IN DIAMETER, THEREFORE STIFFER AND TENDS
TO DEFLECT LESS. NEEDLE TO HOOK SPACING MAY CHANGE AND THE ADJUSTMENT
SHOULD BE CHECKED PER THE ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTION SHEET. THE DIAMETER
DECREASE WILL RESULT IN A SMALLER PENETRATION HOLE IN THE FABRIC.
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Thread Tension
Proper Thread Tensions
Proper thread tensions are important to obtain the optimum stitch appearance, proper
knot location and tensions within the fabrics being sewn.
*Indications of proper and improper thread tensions.
When the upper and lower thread tensions are correct, the threads are knotted in the
fabric center as in this illustration (See Figure H).
With excessive tension on the upper thread, the result will be looping on the top of the
fabric as in this illustration (See Figure I).
FIG. H
With excessive tension of the lower thread, the result will be looping on the bottom of the
fabric as in this illustration (See Figure J).
Upper Thread Adjustments
Rotation of the Tension control clockwise will increase thread tension. Conversely,
counter­clock­wise will decrease thread tension.
NOTE: Make small adjustments (single number movements) until desired results are achieved. It
is also appropriate at this point to note that whenever you re-thread the machine, to make
sure the thread is properly seated between the tension discs. Lack of upper tension can
result in looping of upper thread on bottom of carpet.
FIG. I
Lower Thread Adjustments
Remove bobbin case. Check that the bobbin spool is properly threaded in the case.
To test tension, hold the thread end and allow the bobbin case to hang freely. Give the
thread a slight tug upward. If the tension is correct, the weight of the case will cause approximately 1” of thread to feed out.
To increase tension, turn the small slot screw on the case clockwise. Conversely,
counter­clock­wise will decrease.
Note: Rotate the adjusting screw no more than 1/8” to 1/4” turn at a single time, until
desired result are achieved. Recheck spool threading after each test and before reinstalling case in machine. Over time, thread dust will accumulate between the spring and case
and can cause erratic tensions. To correct, remove screw and spring and clean.
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Thread Tension (Cont’d)
Installation and Threading of Binding Tape
Included with your machine are:
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Large Black Plastic Discs (2)
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Tape Reel Centering Plug
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Binding Tape (1/2 Gross)
Mount the tape reel:
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Place the inner disc on spindle with smooth side to face tape reel.
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Slide the plug onto spindle.
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Place tape reel on centering plug in a manner that tape will feed off reel in a CLOCKWISE direction.
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Slide remaining disc onto spindle. Allow space for free tape feed.
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Lightly tighten thumb screw.
Remember…Tape reel MUST roll freely between discs.
Threading Tape
•
Trim tape end to provide a long sharp point.
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Start tape end into folder inlet (do not thread through tension spring at this time).
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Using a tweezer point in the folder slot, push the tape until you can grasp tape end at folder exit.
•
Pull several inches of tape through folder and back under the needle, as it would appear while stitching.
•
Tape as being fed from reel to folder, can now be through the tape guide closest to the folder (one guide is recommended).
Preparation for Stitching
•
Set the Zig-zag-straight stitch selector to Zig-zag.
•
Grasp the upper thread and tape end in your left hand, and with a slight pulling pressure away from you, and in a straight line, run
machine in short bursts until stitching occurs in binding tape.
Stitching
•
Raise feed roller.
•
Rotate hand wheel towards you until needle is at highest point.
•
Insert material edge into folder groove and up to needle foot.
•
Drop feed roller.
•
Begin sewing. (It may be necessary to push material slightly at this point to engage it under feed roller).
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Stitching
While sewing, NEVER pull on carpet or machine. This can cause needle deflection which can result in needle breakage and/or damage to the
bobbin/shuttle mechanism.
To change direction of stitching
1. Stop sewing and if necessary, rotate hand wheel towards you until needle is in carpet.
2. Raise feed roller.
3. Alter direction of material (or machine).
4. Lower feed roller and resume sewing.
To remove carpet
1. Raise feed roller.
2. Rotate hand wheel toward you until needle is at highest point.
3. Pull carpet out to your left (or move machine to the right).
4. Cut thread and binding.
Regulation Width of Zig-zag Stitch
The width of zig-zag stitch is regulated by the stitch pattern control knob or lever. For instance, to “0” is straight stitch, and to “5” is max zig-zag
stitch.
Turn the hand wheel toward you slowly with your right hand until needle enters needle plate and returns to highest point. Avoid making these
changes with the needle below the needle plate or in carpeting.
IMPORTANT:
Certain carpet types, weights and those with a heavy or rubberized backing, may prove difficult to bind in the full zig-zag mode.
If this occurs, using a scrap piece, test in the full straight stitch mode. Then gradually select up to a zig-zag pattern allowable. This is the recommended procedure for Berbers.
*It should be noted that carpet types such as Berber or those with a stiff or heavy backing may require a sewing softener application prior to
binding. Also, use of a #23 needle is recommended for Berbers.
Also, a good gauge for carpet height capability is one that will easily pass through the folder throat. Above that, beveling is necessary. A rule of
thumb is, weights above 40 oz. should be beveled for best results.
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Folders
The standard folder shipped with the machine is a 7/8” raw edge. This folder is designed
to be used with polyester binding.
For cotton binding, National can supply a 3/4” folder model. It is recommended that you
supply National with a sample roll of the cotton binding for testing, and to specify the
carpet type you intend to bind.
Other folder types available are as follows:
Figure K: 3/4”, 7/8”, 1¼”, 2”, 2¼”, 3”, etc.
FIG. K
Figure L: 1¼” Single Tuck (Tucks top edge under)
The folder supplied with the machine has been tested at both stitch extremes. (Full
straight and Full zig-zag).
As seen from the bottom of the carpet correct stitching should appear like this 7/8” binding tape example in Figure M.
As shipped, the folder is positioned to correctly bind in the full zig-zag mode (See Figure
N). Straight stitching will require moving the folder to the left. Adjustment instructions as
seen in Figure O follows:
FIG. L
Zig-Zag
•
The slot in the folder bracket allows it to be moved left or right when changing
between zig zag and straight on the stitch control.
•
Caution: Keep the presser foot needle block assembly from hitting the folder by
allowing approximately 1/8’’ space between them.
•
When correctly adjusted the folder positions can be marked on a piece of masking tape applied at the front edge of the folder, or marked with a permanent
marker.
•
Use of the guide bar is optional. If used it should be far enough to the right so it
doesn’t block the folder opening.
•
Threading the binding tape through only one of the tape guides (the one closest
to the opening) is recommended.
•
If stitch misses the tape on the bottom, refer to “Adjustments” heading.
Straight
Right stitch off
edge of tape
Approximately
1/8” from edge
of tape
FIG. M
FIG. N
FIG. O
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Machine Maintenance
Lubrication
Thorough and regular lubrication of your machine is essential to proper operation and long service.
Shuttle Area Lubrication
Inspect and, if necessary, clean each time you change bobbins or after a maximum of one hour of continuous running. Lubricate after cleaning
with the type of lubricant supplied with machine.
Remove lower feed roller plate, bobbin case, hook retainer and hook.
Thoroughly clean the race cover, hook and hook inner race (an old needle works well to remove grime from inner race corners).
Apply a light film of lubricant on the hook, inside of race cover and inner race.
Entire Machine Lubrication
Follow this procedure after approximately eight (8) hours running time.
Remove the top cover. Slowly rotate the handwheel towards you and observe where rotation occurs. Apply the oil at these points, the oil port for
the main shaft bearing, oil ports on the crank journals beneath the stitch selector mechanism, and all the pivot and sliding areas associated with
the stitch selector.
Repeat this procedure in the needle bar area (behind the front cover) and the lower area (after removing the pan). Never lubricate the tension
control. This is also a good time to check and re-tighten all screws.
Operation Tips
•
Always check the needle condition and the amount of bobbin remaining before starting a job.
•
It is good practice to run a short strip of scrap whenever changing carpet types to check for stitch placement and binding fold.
•
Never pull on machine or carpet during operation. The feed roller and needle stroke is timed to prevent carpet movement while needle is
in carpet. When binding corners with feed roller up, use care in feeding carpet.
•
Always use a softener when binding Berbers. It is good practice to use no more than 1/2 of the zig zag range and to install a #23 needle.
•
Always use a lubricant when binding unibond/unitary backed carpet. The thread and needle will pick up the plastic from the backing,
transfer it to the shuttle parts, and cause thread tangling and breakage.
•
If you hear the needle hitting, stop and inspect the shuttle area parts and needle the first opportunity you have.
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Adjustments
NEEDLE as VIEWED
from FRONT
To Check Needle Height Adjustment
Note: All screw locations marked in red are permanent and should not be adjusted.
This adjustment should be checked if machine skips stitches, after machine jams or a
needle has broken.
Install new needle incorrectly with the scarf to the outside (left) rather than inside (right)
(See Figure P and Figure Q).
1. Remove shuttle access plate.
EYE
2. Remove bobbin case.
3. Remove race cover.
INCORRECT CORRECT
4. Leave hook in shuttle.
5. Reverse needle 180° so scarf faces out (See Figure R). Tilt machine so that it is
at an angle so you can see the shuttle area. as you turn the handwheel counterclockwise, the hook will travel clockwise; reverse rotation and travel counterclockwise to a position where the point of the hook is approximately 1/8” behind the
needle and reverse the rotation again. When the point of the hook is just in line
with the back side of the needle, the point of the hook should be in the center of
the scarf (approximately 1/8” above the center of the eye of the needle).
FIG. P
Note: (For adjustments see page 24). Make sure hook is always in full contact with the
bottom most part of driver. When completed, install the needle properly with the scarf to
the right.
3
4
2
1
FIG. Q
END
VIEW
TURN NEEDLE SO
SCARF FACES OUT
HOOK
THREAD
1/8”
SCARF
OF
NEEDLE
HOOK
FIG. R
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To Adjust Needle
1. Loosen set screw located in needle bar drive collar (part# 126-164,
See Figure S).
2. Slide needle bar (part #126-172) slightly up or down.
3. Tighten set screw in drive collar.
4. Recheck needle height adjustment (See “To Check Needle Height Adjustment” on
previous page).
3/32 Allen Set
Screw Located in
Drive Collar Shaft
FIG. S
Access Hole
Exterior View
FIG. T
Access Hole
Interior View
FIG. U
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Adjustments (Cond’t)
Note: Needle to hook clearance and race cover spring clearance seldom change or need
adjustment.
NEEDLE TO
HOOK
CLEARANCE
Needle bar height may change due to jamming the machine or breaking a needle and
should be checked if stitches are skipped or thread breaks.
Needle to Hook Clearance
1. Remove: Lower feed roller plate (Model 126), pan, bobbin and race cover.
2. Clean the shuttle area, hook and race cover prior to adjusting.
FIG. V
To Check:
Install new needle backwards with the scarf to the outside (left) rather than inside (right)
(See Figure Y).
Hold machine at an angle so that the hook stays in place and the shuttle area is visible.
Turn handwheel counter-clockwise until the point of the hook passes behind the needle.
Stop when the point is approximately 1/8” past the needle (See Figure V). The hook
should just touch, but not deflect the needle (See Figure W). This setting should be made
in the zig zag position and the needle checked so it does not deflect on either the inside
or outside stitch.
If adjustment is necessary, loosen Screw ‘A’ (Figure X), (Part # 126-137) on shuttle drive
clamp (Part # 126-139) and move shuttle body left or right as necessary (See Figure X).
Tighten screw ‘A’ slightly. Because loosening Screw ‘A’ also allows the shuttle assembly
to rotate, the race cover spring clearance should also be checked.
For more information, see “Race Cover Spring Clearance Adjustment” procedure.
NEEDLE
FIG. W
SHUTTLE AREA
as VIEWED
from BOTTOM
A
FIG. X
NEEDLE as VIEWED
from FRONT
EYE
INCORRECT CORRECT
FIG. Y
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Race Cover Spring Clearance Adjustment
FIG. Z
Needle
Race Cover Spring Clearance
FIG. AA
•
Remove the hook and install the race cover part# 126-140B.
•
Handwheel the machine. The needle should be centered in the race cover ellipse
(notch). Figure Z. If not centered, loosen Screw ‘A’ (Figure X) and rotate shuttle.
•
Proper adjustment will result in the needle passing through the race cover spring
as shown in Figure AA. Tighten Screw ‘A’ (Figure X), but do not over-tighten and
cause the shaft to bind up. Install hook. Recheck needle to hook clearance.
•
Important: When adjustments are completed install the needle properly. Scarf (flat
side) on right hand side. Symptoms of a problem with this adjustment are dents on
the race cover spring caused by the needle hitting it.
Bobbin Case
•
This machine uses bobbin case with an eyelet: Part #126-112-1.
•
Thread must pass through eyelet in bobbin case for proper operation as shown in
Figure BB. Tension on the bobbin thread should be light.
•
You have a #23 needle in machine. When ordering a replacement needle, ask for
a size #23 needle and the applicable part number.
Part No.
Qty.
126-B2A
10 Pack
126-B2
100 Pack
FIG. BB
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Troubleshooting Guide
Skipping
Problem
Cause
a. Bad needle
a. Check needle
b. Dirty shuttle area
b. Clean shuttle area
c. Needle height or clearance out of
adjustment
c. Check adjustment
d. Damage to shuttle hook or race
cover spring
Breaking Needles
Upper Thread Breaking
Upper Thread Loops on Carpet Bottom
Upper Thread Tangles in Shuttle and/or in
Cut on Carpet Bottom
Solution
d. Check shuttle hook & race cover
spring -- repair/replace
a. Needle not installed properly
a. Check needle
b. Operator forcing carpet or machine
b. Let machine do the work
c. Race cover spring clearance
improper
c. See instruction manual
d. Carpet type (i.e. Berbers)
d. Test on another type of carpet, use
softener on Berber
a. Needle clearance out of adjustment
a. Check adjustment
b. Bad needle
b. Check needle
c. Upper tension set too high
c. Check tension
d. Carpet Type
d. Test on another type of carpet
e. Dirty Shuttle
e. Clean shuttle area
f.
f.
Burrs on shuttle area
Inspect shuttle parts and deburr
g. Burrs on bottom of needle plate
g. Inspect and deburr
h. Bad upper thread
h. Attempt to break between hands
i.
Threading wrong
i.
Check thread path
j.
Needle height
j.
See instruction manual
k.
Splice knot in threadspool
k.
Spool off and throw thread beyond
knot and re-thread.
a. Upper thread not inserted properly
in tension control
a. Check that out feed of tension
control has drag on thread
b. Too little upper tension
b. Check tension setting
c. Dirty shuttle area
c. Clean shuttle
d. Needle Height
d. See instruction manual
a. Shuttle drive spring deformed or
broken
a. Replace drive spring
b. Binding on carpet with plastic backing (Unibond)
c. Deburr hook
c. Burrs on shuttle hook
b. Use lubricant
d. Allow to dry and or use lubricant
d. Binding carpet with backing where
glue is not dry
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Problem
Won’t Pick Up Bobbin Thread
126
Cause
a. See instruction manual
b. Bobbin tension incorrect
c. Replace spring
d. Needle in wrong
e. Too short of thread lead from bobbin case
Stitch Misses Top or Bottom of Binding
Carpet Curling
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d. Check needle
e. Leave 2” of lead
a. Check thread strength
b. Burr on shuttle hook or race cover
or bad bobbin case spring
b. Check each item
a. Change in type of binding tape
a.Check
b. Cannot use cotton binding in polyester folder
b.Check
c. Carpet too thick
d. See instruction manual
a. Damaged or loose bobbin tension
spring
b. Dirt between bobbin tension spring
& bobbin case
Bobbin Case Pops Out
b. Check tension
a. Bad bobbin
d. Need to adjust folder position
Bobbin Thread Loose on Bottom of Binding
Solution
a. Needle height or clearance out of
adjustment
c. Damaged bobbin tension spring
Bobbin Thread Breaks
SINGLE-PULL BINDER
c. Bevel carpet
a. Check spring
b. Remove spring & clean surfaces
a. Bobbin case not latched
a.Check
b. Latch spring broken
b. Check latch & spring
c. Too wide needle clearance
c. Check adjustment
a. Binding tape too tight
a. See Binding Tips
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Binding Tips
Binding
•
Straight stitch or zig zag is a matter of preference.
•
The zig zag stitch is durable and more forgiving when trying to stay on the edge of the binding.
•
With some types of backing the perforations of straight stitching can cause the edge to break, especially when using the heavy #23 needle.
•
Straight stitching uses less thread which means bobbin thread goes farther. Straight stitching is great for wall base.
•
Heavy carpets such as Berber are easier to bind with a straight stitch. The machine may skip stitches in zig zag.
•
If the binding tape is uneven, (more on top than bottom or vice versa), perform the “Folder Adjustments” procedure (see Page 23).
Binding Corners
Binding corners requires some practice. A good way to learn is to cut 4 approximately 1’ squares of carpet and bind them. You will gain a lot of
experience by the time you reach corner #16.
Slowing the machine down with the speed control (included with Model #155 or optional #126-N with Model #126) will also aid in making corners, circles and curves.
If no speed control is used, trigger the machine in short bursts, but a speed control is much more effective.
A glue gun such as #103, #285 or #287 is necessary.
Feed roller pressure may be reduced to make turning the machine easier. When operating with less pressure, use care not to force the machine
and deflect or break the needle. Feed roller height is changed by loosening the set screw in the lift dog (part #126 – 178).
Base Binding
If base starts to curl when binding, it is usually caused by tension on the binding tape. Check the discs to make sure they are not squeezing the
tape. By-pass the tape guides on the folder and feed the tape directly into the folder. Dry teflon lubricant may be sprayed on both sides of tape
spools.
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Folder Adjustments
Folder Adjustments
For uneven folds where the bottom stitch misses the tape there are 2 possible solutions.
1. Place a straight edge in the front of the folder (See Figure CC). Adjust the folder
guide (part #126-1521) so that it just touches the straight edge and is at a slight
angle away from the edge at the front. Trial and error maybe necessary with
slightly more movement to the left (See Figure DD).
2. Loosen the folder to bracket screws. By trial and error movements of slight increments, raise the end where the binding tape comes out while keeping the screw
at the opposite end at the bottom of the slot (See Figure EE).
FIG. CC
Slight angle to
straight edge.
FIG. DD
REAR VIEW OF FOLDER
Lower
Loosen
Raise
FIG. EE
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Binding & Stitching Instructions
Binding & Stitching Instructions
Normal Outside Corner
1. Figure FF: Sew over end, then trim flush with edge.
2. Figure GG: Leave approximately 2-3” tail each time. Sew over trimmed end.
Repeat on each corner.
3. Figure HH: When completed, fold and glue each corner.
FIG. FF
FIG. GG
FIG. HH
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Optional — Double Covered Corners
1. Figure II: Sew over end leaving a 2” to 3” strip. Raise needle and cut.
2. Figure JJ: Fold tail under.
3. Figure KK: Place carpet in folder. Sew down that side. Repeat 1 through 3 on
each corner.
4. Figure LL: When completed fold and glue all the strips down.
FIG. II
Sewn Corners
It is possible, but more difficult to sew around corners. Corners done in this manner are
usually not as sharp as those done by folding over and gluing. You have to raise the feed
roller, watch the needle, and move the carpet only when the needle is up. Zig zag should
be used on corners. Straight stitching is not recommended. See Figure MM.
FIG. JJ
FIG. KK
FIG. LL
FIG. MM
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Binding & Stitching Instructions
Inside Corners
Inside corners may be done in two ways:
A. FIRST WAY
1. Figure NN: Cut the carpet back at the corner.
2. Figure OO: Fold back at cut and sew over end.
3. Figure PP: Fold back sewed side. Start at cut.
4. Figure QQ: Push fibers into cut. Use seam tape to close cut and glue back tails
on tape.
FIG. NN
5. Figure RR shows the top of the completed corner.
FIG. OO
FIG. PP
FIG. QQ
FIG. RR
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Inside Corners (Cont’d)
B. SECOND WAY
Handsew or staple the corners as shown in Figure SS.
1. Allow enough binding to reach the corner when hand sewing.
2. Slide carpet in from back of machine and continue sewing.
3. Sew as close to the corner as machine will allow and stop.
4. Hand stitch the corner when done. Or, if stapling, staple tape (use 1-1/4” tape) on top edge of carpet and then fold over and glue on back
of carpet. Note: If using tape, you must use 1-1/4” tape.
Allow enough binding to
reach the corner.
Slide carpet in from back of
machine and continue sewing.
Hand stitch the corner when done.
Sew as close to the
corner as machine will
allow and stop.
FIG. SS
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Complete Parts List
SINGLE-PULL BINDER
Complete Parts List
Complete Parts List
PART#DESCRIPTION
QTY
126-02
COVER, END
126-03-3
COVER, TOP
126-03G
ASSEMBLY, THREAD GUIDE
126-03HHANDLE
126-03HB
BOLT, SHOULDER, 10-24 X 5/8
126-03HN
NUT, KEPS, 10-24
126-03HW WASHER, FENDER, 1/4 X 1-3/4
126-04
SPINDLE, BINDING
126-05
PLATE, BINDING SPINDLE
126-07
NUT, BINDING SPINDLE
126-100
SHAFT, FLEX, DRIVE, WITH SCREWS
126-101A
SHAFT, FORWARD, FEED ROLLER
126-102
ROLLER, FEED
126-103
CAGE, FEED ROLLER
126-104
PLATE, GUIDE, ROLLER CAGE
126-112-1
CASE, BOBBIN, WITH EYELET
126-113
HOOK, SHUTTLE
126-116
DRIVE, SHUTTLE
126-117
BODY, SHUTTLE
126-118
SHAFT, SHUTTLE DRIVE, 3/8’’
126-1192
SET, BEARINGS AND BOLT
126-119T
CRANK, SHUTTLE DRIVE, FOR 3/8’’ SHAFT
126-12
CENTER, THREAD SPOOL
126-120
SHAFT, SHUTTLE OSCILLATOR
126-122
ROD, CONNECTING, SHUTTLE DRIVE, WITH CAP AND SCREWS
126-124S
ASSEMBLY, SHUTTLE DRIVE, FORK, BEARING AND BOLT
126-125
SPINDLE, LOWER, CONNECTING ROD
126-126
NUT, LOWER, CONNECTING ROD
126-128
CRANK, SHUTTLE OSCILLATOR, WITH SCREWS
126-13
SCREW, TOP COVER, REAR
126-130
PIN, LINK, SHUTTLE OSCILLATOR
126-1302
E-CLIP, LINK PIN
126-131
LINK, SHUTTLE OSCILLATOR
126-134
BAR, GUIDE, SHUTTLE CLAMP
126-136
COLLAR, SHUTTLE DRIVE SHAFT, WITH SET SCREWS
126-139
CLAMP, SHUTTLE DRIVE
126-14
SCREW, TOP COVER, FRONT
126-140B
COVER, RACE, WITH SPRING AND SCREWS
126-144
GUIDE, LIFT SHAFT, FEED ROLLER
126-145
SHAFT, LIFT, FEED ROLLER
126-147
BALANCE, COUNTER, NEEDLE BAR DRIVE
126-148
SCREW, MOUNTING, NEEDLE PLATE
126-149-1
PLATE, NEEDLE
126-149-1A PLATE, FILLER
126-151
BRACKET, FOLDER
126-1521
GUIDE, FOLDER
126-154
FOLDER, BINDING, 7/8’’
126-156
CARRIER, NEEDLE BAR
126-158
SPRING, NEEDLE BAR
126-160
ASSEMBLY, NEEDLE BAR DRIVE LINK
126-161
SCREW, NEEDLE BAR DRIVE LINK
126-162
LINK, DRIVE, NEEDLE BAR
126-164
COLLAR, NEEDLE BAR DRIVE, WITH SET SCREW
126-165
PIN, NEEDLE BAR DRIVE LINK, WITH E-CLIP AND SET SCREW
126-167
SCREW, SPRING, LOWER ROLLER PLATE
126-168
SPRING, LOWER ROLLER PLATE
126-169
ROLLER, LOWER
126-170
PIN, LOWER ROLLER
126-171
PLATE, LOWER ROLLER
126-172
ASSEMBLY, NEEDLE BAR AND PRESSER FOOT
126-177
BUSHING, LIFT SHAFT, FEED ROLLER
126-178
LIFT DOG, FEED ROLLER, WITH SET SCREW
126-179
SPRING, FEED ROLLER, LIFT SHAFT
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PART#DESCRIPTION
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
126-18
126-181
126-1821
126-19
126-19-1
126-192
126-198
126-199
126-202
126-24-2
126-500
126-501
126-501P
126-502A
126-502P
126-52
126-529
126-53
126-530
126-531
126-532
126-533
126-534
126-535
126-536A
126-537
126-54
126-540
126-542
126-544
126-546
126-550
126-551
126-552
126-553
126-554
126-561
126-57
126-574
126-600
126-90
126-92
126-96
126-97
126-98
126-A2
126-B2A
126-C4T
126-CS
126-DISC
126-E
126-P217
126-P47B
126-P47FT
155-526-1
155-527
155-528
155-537
155-572-1
155-573
155-575
155-636
28
QTY
CLAMP, THREAD TUBE
2
PIN, FEED ROLLER LIFT HANDLE
1
KNOB, LIFT HANDLE
1
TUBE, THREAD, UPPER
1
TUBE, THREAD, LOWER
1
PULLEY, DRIVE MOTOR
1
PLATE, MOUNTING, DRIVE MOTOR
1
BELT, DRIVE MOTOR
1
GUARD, BELT
1
CONTROL, TENSION, UPPER THREAD
1
BULB, LIGHT, 120V, 15W, SCREW BASE
1
LIGHT KIT
1
PLUG, LIGHT KIT
1
RECEPTACLE, LIGHT, SNAP IN, BLACK
1
BRACKET, LIGHT
1
RECEPTACLE, MOTOR POWER
1
WHEEL, HAND
1
RETAINER, STRAIN RELIEF, POWER CORD
1
WASHER, RETAINING, HAND WHEEL
1
RETAINER, HAND WHEEL
1
PIN, SPRING .125 X .75
3
SHAFT, TOP
1
BEARING, FORWARD, TOP SHAFT
1
BUSHING, REAR, TOP SHAFT
1
WASHER, 1/2’’ ID X 7/8’’ OD
1
GEAR, WORM, ZIGZAG DRIVE, 20 TOOTH
1
RELIEF, STRAIN
1
SCREW, SET, 1/4-20 X 1/4”
2
ASSEMBLY, CAM, STITCH SELECTOR
1
ASSEMBLY, STITCH CONTROL
1
LINK, CONTROL, SHUTTLE OSCILLATOR, WITH SCREW
1
BUSHING, CAM LINK, STITCH SELECTOR
1
SHOE, CAM, STITCH SELECTOR
1
ROD, CONTROL, NEEDLE BAR CARRIER
1
SCREW, SET, 8-32 X 1/8
1
PIN, CONTROL ROD, NEEDLE BAR CARRIER
1
CLAMP, WIRE, PAN
2
SWITCH, CONTROL, 100V/220V
1
GEAR, WORM, ZIGZAG DRIVE, 20 TOOTH
1
PIN, LATCH
1
ROD, CONNECTING, WITH CAP AND SCREWS
1
CRANK, DRIVE, FEED ROLLER
1
BLOCK, ROLLER DRIVE, WITH BEARING
1
SHAFT, MAIN, FEED ROLLER DRIVE
1
SPRING, RETAINING, FEED ROLLER
1
BOBBINS, HEAVY DUTY, NYLON, 72 YDS, SIZE D
0.013
NEEDLE, SIZE 23, SCHMETZ, PK OF 10, INCLUDED W/BRUTES 0.1
STAND, THREAD
1
CENTER, 7/8’’, BINDING TAPE
1
DISCS, SET
1
THREAD, TOP, NYLON, (SPOOL OF 4300 YARDS)
1
KIT, TOOL, BINDING BRUTE
1
BOX, BINDING BRUTE
1
FOAM, TOP, BINDING BRUTE
1
PAN, BINDING BRUTE (155)
1
SCREW, THUMB, KNURLED KNOB, BLACK, 10-24 X .75
3
WASHER, SWITCH
1
WHEEL, PAN, LARGE
4
RETAINER, STAINLESS STEEL, GROOVELESS, 1/8”
2
SCREW, REAR, NEEDLE PLATE
2
BAR, RETAINER, NEEDLE PLATE
1
CAM, DRIVE, FEED ROLLER
1
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PART#DESCRIPTION
155-782
155-P47FB
2045
401412
401496
401499
402360
402362
402363
500-12
71021
71051
71081
72301
72569
72768
72778
72879
72885
72942
73002
73009
73012
73041
73064
73085
73098
73263
73306
73346
HANDLE, LIFT, FEED ROLLER
FOAM, BOTTOM, BINDING BRUTE
OILER, BRUTE
SCREW, 8-32 X 1/2 PPH-MS
SCREW, 1/4-20 X 3/8 HHCS
FRAME, BINDER UPPER
SCREW, SET, 8-32 X ¼, BLACK
WASHER, FLAT #8, ZINC
WASHER, HEAVY DUTY, ¼, YELLOW ZINC
CORD, POWER, MOLDED 5-15P PLUG, 19”
BEARING, 1/8” ID, B24
BEARING, WHEEL, 5/16” ID, B56
BEARING, 5/8”ID, RCB101416
MOTOR, DRIVE, 115V
WIRE, PRIMARY, 14 GPT-500-BLK (TSC)
TERMINAL, 12-10 GAUGE, NYLON C, 10
TERMINAL, 16-14 GAUGE, NYLON, B RING
TUBE, SHRINK, BLACK, 1-1/2’’, 100’ ROLL
TUBE, SHRINK, 1”, BLACK
TERMINAL, CB-646
WASHER, SPLIT LOCK 1/4
NUT, FULL HEX 1/4-20
SCREW, SET, 1/4-20 X 3/8
WASHER, FLAT, USS, 1/4
SCREW, CUP POINT SET 1/4-20X3/4
NUT, FLANGE, ZINC, 1/4-20
SCREW, SLOTTED FILLISTER HEAD MACHINE 1/4-20X1-1/2
WASHER, FLAT SEA ZINC 3/8
BOLT, HEX HEAD CAP 5/16-18X1/2
BOLT, SHOULDER 5/16X1/2
126
QTY
SINGLE-PULL BINDER
PART#DESCRIPTION
1
1
1
6
2
1
2
4
2
1
2
4
2
1
5
1
4
5
0.5
1
2
4
4
12
3
1
2
1
1
1
73351
73353
74402
74404
74406
74408
74414
74425
74427
74433
74437
74440
74501
74507
74550
74565
74569
74570
78-432
80101
L04
L06
L09
L130
L14
L146
L222
L29
L48
QTY
WASHER, FLAT, 5/16, SAE
BOLT, HD SHOULDER SOC 5/16X5/8
SCREW, CUP POINT SET 10-32X3/8
SCREW, SOCKET HEAD CAP 10-32X5/8
SCREW, PHILLIPS PAN HEAD 10-32X3/8
SCREW, CUP POINT SOCKET SET 10-32X1/8
WASHER, FLAT SAE #10
NUT, KEPS LOCK 10-32
SCREW, PHILLIPS PAN HEAD MACHINE 10-32X3/4
SCREW, PHILLIPS PAN HEAD 10-32X1/2
SCREW, CUP POINT 10-32X1/4
SCREW, SOCKET HEAD CAP 10-32X3/4
WASHER, #6 FLAT SAE
SCREW, PHILLIPS PAN HEAD 6-32X1/4
SCREW, PHILLIPS PAN HEAD MACHINE 6-40X3/8
NUT, KEPS 8-32
SCREW, CUP POINT SOCKET SET SCREW8-32X3/16
SCREW, PHILLIPS PAN HEAD 8-32X3/16
TAPE, BINDING 7/8” (2 ROLLS PER PKG)
CAP, END
LABEL, BINDING BRUTE
LABEL, STITCH
LABEL, BINDING BRUTE
LABEL, BRUTE BOX
LABEL, NATIONAL, GOLD
LABEL, REPAIR
LABEL, ‘ASSEMBLED IN USA’
LABEL, BASIC OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
LABEL, THREADING INSTRUCTION
Accessories
PART#DESCRIPTION
PART#DESCRIPTION
126-A1
126-A2
126-A3
126-B1
126-B1A
126-B2
126-B2A
126-E
126-H
126-HW
126-N
SPEED CONTROL, 110V, 15 AMP
126-NW
SPEED CONTROL, 220V, 20 AMP
126-P217
ACCESSORY KIT
171
BASE ATTACHMENT FOR 126 SINGLE PULL BINDING BRUTE
421
REPLACEMENT BATTERY ONLY
422
REPLACEMENT CHARGER ONLY, 110V
422-W
REPLACEMENT CHARGER ONLY, 220V
680
4” THREAD CLIP
1840TWEEZERS
1841
SMALL SCREWDRIVER SET
NYLON BOBBINS, STYLE A, SIZE O, 125 YARDS
NYLON BOBBINS, STYLE A, SIZE D, 72 YARDS, HEAVY DUTY
NYLON BOBBINS, STYLE F, 80 YARDS, CARDBOARD SIDES
SCHMETZ 140/22, 100/PKG
SCHMETZ 140/22, 10/PKG
SCHMETZ 160/23, 100/PKG, HEAVY DUTY
SCHMETZ 160/23, 10/PKG, HEAVY DUTY
NYLON BINDING THREAD
FOOT PEDAL ONLY, 110V
FOOT PEDAL ONLY, 220V
Attachments
PART#DESCRIPTION
PART#DESCRIPTION
126-C1
126-C2
126-C3
126-C4
126-C41
126-C7
126-CF
126-D
126-D1
126-D3
COTTON FOLDER 3/4”
2-3/4” WIDE BINDER FOLDER
2” FOLDER
3” FOLDER
3” SINGLE TUCK FOLDER
Manual Part Number: 402390 Rev: C
Fax: 763-535-8255
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1
4
2
5
4
1
9
1
1
3
3
2
2
1
9
6
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4-3/4” FOLDER
7/8”BINDING/SERGING FOLDER
1-1/4” RAW EDGE FOLDER
1-1/4” SINGLE TUCK
1-1/4”WIDE GAP RAW EDGE FOLDER
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#126-03-1 Round Zig Zag Control
126
SINGLE-PULL BINDER
OLD STYLE
#126-03-2 Zig Zag Lever in Middle of Machine
OLD STYLE
6 ½’’
#126-03-3 Zig Zag Lever behind Binding Tape Disks
CURRENT STYLE
3 ½’’
Solid
Case
126-24-2
Bobbin Case
This machine uses bobbin case with an eyelet: Part #126-112-1.
Thread must pass through eyelet in bobbin case for proper operation. Tension on the bobbin thread should be light.
You have a #23 needle in the machine, when ordering needle ask for size #23.
(126-B2A [10 pk], 126-B2 [100 pk])
Manual Part Number: 402390 Rev: C
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Parts List and Diagrams
SINGLE-PULL BINDER
Frame Parts
24
6
40 37
39
6
5
7
7
19
41
23
18
43
13
8
14
25
26
42
9
3
27
22
21
28
4
36
11
37
37
38
38
20
10
18
2
37 41 40
31
12
33
34
32
1
29
35
30
PART#DESCRIPTION
QTY
PART#DESCRIPTION
1 401499FRAME
1
2 126-02
END COVER
1
3 126-03-3 TOP COVER
1
4 126-03G TOP COVER GUIDE ASSEMBLY
1
5 126-03H HANDLE ONLY
1
6 126-03HB HANDLE BOLT, 10-24 X 5/8” SHOULDER BOLT 2
7 126-03HN HANDLE NUT
2
8 126-03HW HANDLE FENDER WASHER
2
9 126-04
BINDING SPINDLE
1
10 126-05
BINDING SPINDLE PLATE
1
11 126-07
BINDING SPINDLE NUT
1
12 126-12
THREAD SPOOL CENTER
1
13 126-13
TOP COVER REAR SCREW
1
14 126-14
TOP COVER FRONT SCREW
1
15 N/A
NOT USED
–
16 401412
UPPER AND LOWER THREAD TUBE SCREW (NOT SHOWN)2
17 74565
UPPER AND LOWER THREAD TUBE NUT (NOT SHOWN) 2
18 126-18
THREAD TUBE CLAMP
2
19 126-19
UPPER THREAD TUBE
1
20 126-19-1 LOWER THREAD TUBE
1
21 126-20
FRONT COVER LATCH SCREW
1
22 126-21
FRONT COVER LATCH
1
23 126-23
FRONT COVER HINGE
1
24 126-24-2 UPPER THREAD TENSION CONTROL 1
NOTE: See complete parts list for hardware descriptions.
Manual Part Number: 402390 Rev: C
Fax: 763-535-8255
25 26 27 28 29 30 QTY
BULB ONLY, 15W, 120V, SMALL THREADED BASE
1
LIGHT KIT
1
LATCH PIN (FOR COVER)
1
THREAD STAND BOLT & NUT
1
TAPE CENTERING PLUG FOR 7/8” TAPE
1
BINDING DISC SET (INCLUDES DISC 1, DISC 2, DISC COLLAR & THUMB SCREW)
1
31 126-DISC1 REAR DISC 1
32 126-DISC2 FRONT DISC WITH COLLAR & THUMB SCREW
1
33 126-DISC2A DISC COLLAR
1
34 126-DISC2B DISC COLLAR THUMB SCREW
1
35 126-DS
TAPE CENTERING PLUG FOR 1-1/4” TAPE
1
36 73002
1/4 SPLIT LOCK WASHER
1
37 74414
#10 FLAT WASHER SAE
2
38 74433
10-32 X 1/2 PHILLIPS PAN HEAD SCREW
2
39 74437
10-32 X 1/4 SET SCREW
1
40 74510
6-32 X 3/8 PHILLIPS PAN HEAD MACHINE SCREW
2
41 74518
6-32 HEX NUT W/TOOTH WASHER (KEPS NUT)
2
42 74550
6-40 X 3/8 PHILLIPS PAN HEAD MACHINE SCREW
4
43 401412
LATCH PIN SCREW
2
44 74568
#8 EXTERNAL LOCK WASHER (NOT SHOWN)
1
45 126-502P LIGHT BRACKET (NOT SHOWN)
1
46 74565
LATCH PIN NUT (NOT SHOWN)
2
32
126-500
126-501
126-600
126-C4T
126-CS
126-DISC
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SINGLE-PULL BINDER
Pan Parts
11
15
5
3
4
13
2
8
13
14
14
1 and 17
10 and 17
13
13
14
6
14
1 and 17
10 and 17
16
2
2
7
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 PART#DESCRIPTION
126-49*
126-50*
126-52
126-53
126-54
126-56*
126-57
126-502A
155-528
155-537
500-12
155-526-1
9
QTY
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 FRONT PAN WHEEL
2
PAN MOUNTING THUMB SCREW
3
MOTOR POWER RECEPTACLE
1
POWER CORD STRAIN RELIEF RETAINER
1
POWER CORD STRAIN RELIEF
1
PAN ONLY
1
CONTROL SWITCH ASSEMBLY
1
LIGHT RECEPT. - SNAP IN
1
SWITCH WASHER
1
PAN WHEEL ONLY4
POWER CORD
1
PAN ONLY (NOT SHOWN)
1
PART#DESCRIPTION
73041
73353
74567
80101
71021 72878
155-527
72778
72768
72942
74406
74565
QTY
PAN WHEEL SPACER
5/16 X 5/8 SOCKET HEAD SHOULDER BOLT
MOTOR POWER RECEPTACLE SCREW
PAN HANDLE CAP
PAN WHEEL BEARING
HANDLE SHRINK TUBE (NOT SHOWN)
PAN MOUNTING THUMB (NOT SHOWN)
GROUND WIRE CONNECTOR (NOT SHOWN)
TERMINAL CONNECTOR (NOT SHOWN)
TERMINAL CONNECTOR (NOT SHOWN)
WIRE SECURING SCREW (NOT SHOWN)
WIRE SECURING LOCK NUT (NOT SHOWN)
12
4
2
1
4
1
3
1
1
1
2
2
NOTES:
1. Asterisk (*) indicates parts that were used on older machines.
2. See complete parts list for hardware descriptions.
Manual Part Number: 402390 Rev: C
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Parts List and Diagrams
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Drive Motor Parts
5
11
4
2
2
9
9
3
3
1
7
10
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 PART#DESCRIPTION
126-192
401496
401497
126-198
126-199
126-1910*
126-1910A
126-1910B
73002
73009
72301
73039
10
QTY
DRIVE MOTOR PULLEY
1/4-20 X 3/8 DRIVE MOTOR LOWER MOUNT SCREW
1/4-20 X 1½ DRIVE MOTOR UPPER MOUNT SCREW
DRIVE MOTOR MOUNTING PLATE
DRIVE MOTOR BELT
DRIVE MOTOR 110V BRUSHES (NOT SHOWN)
DRIVE MOTOR 110V BRUSHES
DRIVE MOTOR 230V BRUSHES (NOT SHOWN)
1/4 SPLIT LOCK WASHER
1/4-20 FULL HEX NUT
DRIVE MOTOR 115V
DRIVE MOTOR PULLEY SET SCREW 1/4-20 X 3/16 CUP
POINT SOCKET SET SCREW (NOT SHOWN)
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 1
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
2
4
1
PART#DESCRIPTION
72311W
126-31*
126-32*
126-202
73306
73351
74433
74014
74404
74414
QTY
DRIVE MOTOR 230V (NOT SHOWN)
LOWER DRIVE BELT, SMALL, 110 X L037G (NOT SHOWN)
UPPER DRIVE BELT, LARGE, RIBBED (NOT SHOWN)
BELT GUARD (NOT SHOWN)
BELT GUARD BOLT (NOT SHOWN)
BELT GUARD WASHER (NOT SHOWN)
BACK BELT GUARD SCREW (NOT SHOWN)
BACK BELT GUARD WASHER (NOT SHOWN)
PLATE MOUNTING SCREW (NOT SHOWN)
PLATE MOUNTING WASHER (NOT SHOWN)
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
NOTES:
1. Asterisk (*) indicates parts that were used on older machines.
2. See complete parts list for hardware descriptions.
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SINGLE-PULL BINDER
Needle Plate Parts
17
16
12
11
25
26
23
1
13
15
14
10
3
9
6
22
19
19
4
2
5
8
27
20
25
7
21
28
PART#DESCRIPTION
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 126-90
126-92
126-96
126-97
126-98
126-100
126-101A
126-102
126-103
126-104
126-148
126-149*
126-167
126-168
401819
126-170
126-171
71021
QTY
CONNECTING ROD W/CAP & SCREWS
FEED ROLLER DRIVE CRANK
FEED ROLLER DRIVE BEARING BLOCK
FEED ROLLER DRIVE MAIN SHAFT
FEED ROLLER DRIVE SHAFT RETAINING SPRING
FEED ROLLER DRIVE FLEX SHAFT WITH SCREWS
FEED ROLLER FORWARD SHAFT
FEED ROLLER
FEED ROLLER CAGE
FEED ROLLER CAGE GUIDE PLATE
NEEDLE PLATE MOUNT SCREW
NEEDLE PLATE
LOWER ROLLER PLATE SPRING SCREW
LOWER ROLLER PLATE SPRING
LOWER ROLLER W/BEARINGS
LOWER ROLLER PIN
LOWER ROLLER PLATE
BEARING ONLY FOR LOWER ROLLER (NOT SHOWN)
PART#DESCRIPTION
19 20 21 22 23 24 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 71081
73007
73085
73346
74405
74408
74414
74425
74402
74440
74562
126-149-1
126-169
155-572-1
155-573
155-575
74501
QTY
5/6″ ID BEARING
2
CONNECTING ROD LOWER SPINDLE SPACER
1
CONNECTING ROD SPINDLE FLANGE NUT
1
CONNECTING ROD S
­ PINDLE
1
FEED ROLLER CAGE GUIDE PLATE MOUNTING SCREW
1
REPL. FEED ROLLER DRIVE FLEX SHAFT SET SCREW ONLY
NOT SHOWN
2
FEED ROLLER DRIVE BEARING BLOCK FLAT WASHER
4
FEED ROLLER CAGE GUIDE PLATE JAMB NUT
1
FEED ROLLER SET SCREW
1
FEED ROLLER DRIVE BEARING BLOCK SCREW
2
REPL. CONNECTING ROD CAP SCREW ONLY (NOT SHOWN)2
NEEDLE FILLER PLATE (NOT SHOWN)
1
LOWER ROLLER (NOT SHOWN)
1
RETAINERS, 1/8” FOR LOWER ROLLER PIN (NOT SHOWN) 2
FILLER PLATE SCREWS (NOT SHOWN)
2
NEEDLE RETAINER BAR (NOT SHOWN)
1
ROLLER PLATE SPRING WASHER (NOT SHOWN)
2
NOTES:
1. Asterisk (*) indicates parts that were used on older machines.
2. See complete parts list for hardware descriptions.
Manual Part Number: 402390 Rev: C
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Internal Parts
6
29
7
12
2
9
8
10
3
5
30
28
14
15
18
20
19
17
13
1
21
4
17
17
22
23
25
32
24
PART#DESCRIPTION
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 126-528
126-529
126-530
126-531
126-532
126-533
126-534
126-535
126-536A
126-537
126-538
126-540
126-542
126-543
126-544
N/A
QTY
PART#DESCRIPTION
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 LINK PIN W/ RETAINER CLIP
1
HAND WHEEL
1
HAND WHEEL RETAINER WASHER
1
HAND WHEEL RETAINER
1
TOP SHAFT BEARING RETAINER PIN
1
TOP SHAFT
1
TOP SHAFT FORWARD BEARING
1
TOP SHAFT REAR BUSHING
1
DRIVER CAM WASHER
1
ZIG ZAG DRIVE GEAR W/ SCREWS
1
REPL. STITCH SEL. CAM CLAMPING
SCREW ONLY (NOT SHOWN)
1
TOP SHAFT FORWARD BEARING SET SCREW
1
STITCH SELECTOR CAM ASSEMBLY
1
REPL. SHUTTLE OSCILLATOR CONTROL LINK CLAMPING SCREW ONLY
1
STITCH CONTROL ASSEMBLY
1
NOT USED
–
NOTE: See complete parts list for hardware descriptions.
STITCH CONTROL ASSEMBLY MOUNTING SCREW
3
SHUTTLE OSCILLATOR CONTROL LINK W/ SCREW
1
STITCH SELECTOR CAM LINK
1
STITCH SELECTOR CAM LINK BUSHING
1
STITCH SELECTOR CAM SHOE
1
NEEDLE BAR CARRIER CONTROL ROD
1
NEEDLE BAR CARRIER CONTROL ROD SET SCREW
1
NEEDLE BAR CARRIER CONTROL ROD PIN
1
NEEDLE BAR CARRIER CONTROL ROD SOCKET W/SCREW 1
REPL. NEEDLE BAR CARRIER CONTROL ROD LOCK SCREW ONLY (NOT SHOWN)
1
27 -28 126-574 ZIG ZAG DRIVE WORM GEAR 1
29 155-636 FEED ROLLER DRIVE CAM
1
30 74437
FEED ROLLER DR. CAM SET SCREW
2
31 73012
STITCH SELECTOR CAM ASSY SET SCREW (NOT SHOWN)1
74550
126-546
126-549
126-550
126-551
126-552
126-553
126-554
126-555
126-556
PART#DESCRIPTION
32 401494
>126-528
>126-546
>126-549
>126-555
Manual Part Number: 402390 Rev: C
Fax: 763-535-8255
QTY
36
SHUTTLE OSCILLATOR LINKAGE ASSEMBLY LINK PIN W/ RETAINER CLIP SHUTTLE OSCILLATOR CONTROL LINK W/ SCREW
STITCH SELECTOR CAM LINK
REPL. NEEDLE BAR CARRIER CONTROL ROD LOCK
SCREW ONLY (NOT SHOWN) QTY
1
1
1
1
1
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Internal Parts (Cont’d)
26
2
1
5
4
10
8
27
26
25
22
3
28
20
34
7
30
11
24
6
31
18
19
38
34
32
17
32
33
17
34
33
QTY
12
13
16
PART#DESCRIPTION
30
11
14
29
PART#DESCRIPTION
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 —
NOT USED (NO LONGER AVAILABLE)
—
24 126-140B
126-112-1 BOBBIN CASE W/EYELET
1
25 126-142
126-113
SHUTTLE HOOK
1
26 126-1171
126-116
SHUTTLE DRIVE
1
27 126-1172
126-117
SHUTTLE BODY W/RACE COVER RETAINERS
1
28 126-1192
126-118
SHUTTLE DRIVE SHAFT 3/8”
1
29 126-1201
126-119T SHUTTLE DRIVE CRANK W/SET SCREWS (FOR 3/8” SHAFT) 1
30 126-1242
126-120
SHUTTLE OSCILLATOR SHAFT
1
31 126-1301
--
32 126-1302
126-122
SHUTTLE DRIVE CONNECTING ROD W/ CAP & SCREWS 1
33 126-1303
126-123
DRIVE FORK RETAINER
2
34 74409
126-124S SHUTTLE DRIVE FORK, BEARING & BOLT ASSY.
1
35 74409
126-125
CONNECTING ROD LOWER SPINDLE
1
36 74409*
126-126
CONNECTING ROD LOWER SPINDLE NUT
1
--
37 75569
126-128
SHUTTLE OSCILLATOR CRANK W/ SCREWS
1
38 74569
126-130
SHUTTLE OSCILLATOR LINK PIN
2
39 126-114*
126-131
SHUTTLE OSCILLATOR LINK
1
40 126-115*
126-134
SHUTTLE CLAMP GUIDE BAR
1
126-136
SHUTTLE DRIVE SHAFT COLLAR W/ SET SCREWS
41 126-118N*
FITS 3/8”
1
42 126-119N*
21 74404
SHUTTLE DRIVE CLAMP LOCK SCREW
43 74404
ONLY (NOT SHOWN)
1
44 73263
22 126-139 SHUTTLE DRIVE CLAMP W/ SCREWS
1
23 126-140A* SHUTTLE RACE COVER W/ SPRINGS & SCREWS (RED) 1
QTY
SHUTTLE RACE COVER W/ SPRINGS & SCREWS (NO RED) 1
SHUTTLE RACE COVER SPRING W/SCREWS
1
RACE COVER RETAINERS
2
SHUTTLE BODY BUSHING
1
BEARINGS AND BOLT SET
1
SHUTTLE OSCILLATOR SHAFT BUSHING
1
DRIVE FORK BOLT
2
O-RING FOR LINK PIN
1
E-CLIP FOR LINK PIN
1
WASHER FOR LINK PIN
2
SHUTTLE DRIVE SHAFT COLLAR SET SCREW ONLY
2
SHUTTLE OSCILLATOR LINK SET SCREW (NOT SHOWN) 2
SHUTTLE DRIVE CRANK SET SCREWS ONLY
(NOT SHOWN). [FOR 119N & 119T]
2
SHUTTLE DRIVE CLAMP SET SCREW ONLY (NOT SHOWN)1
SHUTTLE CLAMP GUIDE BAR SET SCREW
1
SHUTTLE DRIVE SCREWS FOR 115 SPRING (NOT SHOWN)2
SHUTTLE DRIVE SPRING FOR SHUTTLE
DRIVER (NOT SHOWN)
SHUTTLE DRIVE SHAFT 5/16” (NOT SHOWN)
1
SHUTTLE DRIVE CRANK FOR 5/16” SHAFT (NOT SHOWN) 1
SHUTTLE DRIVE CLAMP BOLT (NOT SHOWN)
1
SHUTTLE DRIVE OSCILLATOR SHAFT WASHER (NOT SHOWN)
1
NOTES: 1) Asterisk (*) indicates parts that were used on older machines. 2) See complete parts list for hardware descriptions.
Manual Part Number: 402390 Rev: C
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Internal Parts (Cont’d)
27
1
26
21
3
20
10
7
14
13
9
19
11
8
6
4
23
22
5
2
17
18
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 PART#DESCRIPTION
126-144
126-145
126-147
74570
126-151
126-1521
126-156
126-158
126-160
126-161
126-162
126-163
126-164
126-165
126-166
126-172
126-172A
QTY
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 FEED ROLLER LIFT SHAFT RETAINER
1
FEED ROLLER LIFT SHAFT
1
NEEDLE BAR DRIVE COUNTER BALANCE
1
FOLDER GUIDE MOUNT SCREW (NOT SHOWN)
2
FOLDER BRACKET
1
FOLDER GUIDE
1
NEEDLE BAR CARRIER
1
NEEDLE BAR SPRING
1
NEEDLE BAR DRIVE LINKAGE ASSEMBLY W/DRIVE ARM 1
NEEDLE BAR DRIVE LINK RETAINER
1
NEEDLE BAR DRIVE LINK
1
NEEDLE BAR SET SCREW (NOT SHOWN)
1
NEEDLE BAR DRIVE COLLAR W/ SET SCREW
1
NEEDLE BAR DRIVE LINKAGE ASSEMBLY PIN W/ E-CLIP & SET SCREW
1
NEEDLE BAR DRIVE LINKAGE ASSEMBLY PIN E-CLIP (NOT SHOWN)
1
NEEDLE BAR/PRESSER FOOT ASSEMBLY W/ SET SCREW 1
NEEDLE BAR THREAD GUIDE
1
16
PART#DESCRIPTION
74569
126-177
126-178
126-179
126-181
126-182
73012
74414
73064
74408
74404
74402
74425
74427
74550
402362
QTY
NEEDLE SET SCREW FEED ROLLER LIFT SHAFT BUSHING
FEED ROLLER LIFT DOG W/ SET SCREW
FEED ROLLER LIFT SHAFT RETURN SPRING
FEED ROLLER LIFT HANDLE PIN
FEED ROLLER LIFT HANDLE
1/4-20 X 3/8 CUP POINT SOCKET SET SCREW (NOT SHOWN)
WASHER, FOLDER BRACKET #10 (NOT SHOWN)
1/4-20 X 3/4 CUP POINT SOCKET SET SCREW
10-32 X 1/8 CUP POINT SOCKET SET SCREW
SCREW, FOLDER BRACKET 10-32 SHCS (NOT SHOWN)
DRIVE COLLAR SET SCREW (NOT SHOWN)
FEED ROLLER LIFT NUT (NOT SHOWN)
FEED ROLLER LIFT SCREW (NOT SHOWN)
FOLDER MOUNTING SCREW (NOT SHOWN)
FOLDER MOUNTING WASHER (NOT SHOWN)
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NOTE: See complete parts list for hardware descriptions.
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Accessories & Attachments
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Accessories & Attachments
THREAD
#126E Clear Thread
• 4,300 yards per spool • Size #52
• Comes with sock
• For Binding Brutes, 8090, 8093
#126EH Clear Heavy Duty Thread
• 3,500 yards per spool • Size #63
• Comes with sock
• For Binding Brutes, 8090, 8093
#2045 Lubricant
Brute oiler, 1 ounce, with extendable spout.
Bobbins
We use the best nylon not polyester.
• Tackified so they won’t overspin in the bobbin case
• Sideless
• 80 spools per pkg.
• #126-A1 Style-A, Size O • 125 yards • Nylon
#126-A2 Style-A, Size D • 72 yards • Nylon • Heavy Duty
#126-A3 Style-F, Size ASP • 80 yards. For use with Binders other than National’s
Needles
We use the strongest needles in the world. Schmetz HD Cutting Point will
run smoother and last longer than any other needle.
#126-B1
140/22 100/pkg
#126-B1A 140/22 10/pkg
#126-B2
160/23 Heavy duty – ideal for tough carpet 100/pkg
#126-B2A 160/23 10/pkg (supplied with Brute)
Speed Control #126-N
Proper speed improves control of machine.
#126-N Speed Control 110v, 15 amp
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Accessories & Attachments
Battery and Charger
Battery and Charger
#421
Replacement Battery Only
#422
Replacement Charger Only 110v
For use with “cordless” machines #1126, #1155, #8089 & #8094
Base Attachments
Base Attachments
#170 Base Attachment for #155 Double Pull Binding Brute
#171 Base Attachment for #126 Single Pull Binding Brute
• Easily attaches to Binding Brutes • Adjustable for various base widths
• Makes it a hands-free operation • Adjusts from 2-1/2” to 6”
Accessory Kit
#126-P217 Accessory Kit
Includes eight bobbins, ten needles, four screwdrivers, thread clip, tweezers, four allen wrenches, and case.
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Tweezers, Screwdriver, Thread Clip
#1840 Tweezers
• Deluxe bent 6” tweezers • Comes with accessory kit
#1841 Small Screwdriver Set
• Contains two small screwdrivers with plastic handles
• Comes with accessory kit
#680 Thread Clip
• Value priced
• Full length 4”
• Length of cut 1”
• Comes with accessory kit
Binding and Serging Attachments
Binding and Serging Attachments
#126-C1 ¾” Cotton Folder
#126-C2 2 ¾” Wide Binding Folder
#126-C3 2” Folder
#126-C4 3” Folder
#126-C413” Single Tuck Folder
#126-C7 4-3/4” Folder
#126-CF ⅞” Binding/Serging Folder
#126-D 1 ¼” Raw Edge Folder
#126-D1 1 ¼” Single Tuck
#126-D3 1 ¼” Wide Gap Raw Edge Folder (Great for heavy Berber or thick unbeveled carpet)
Folders are made for National binders; modifications may be required to fit
other brand machines. Custom folders available; please call to inquire.
#126-CF
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Assembled Machine Pictures
Assembled Machine Pictures
Top View
Bottom View
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End View
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Warranty
Warranty
National Flooring Equipment Inc. (referred to as “the Company”) warrants that each new unit manufactured by The Company, to be free from
defects in material and workmanship in normal use and service for a period of 90 days from date of shipment from the Company. Accessories
or equipment furnished and installed on the product by the Company but manufactured by others, including but not limited to: engines, motors,
electrical components, transmissions etc., shall carry the accessory manufacturers own warranty. Battery warranties are prorated over the warranty period. Customer is responsible for the inspection of equipment / parts upon delivery. Freight damages reported beyond authorized time
frame will not be honored.
The Company, at its determination of defect, will repair or replace any product or part deemed to be defective in material or workmanship within
specified warranty time period. All product determinations and / or repairs will take place at the designated Company repair facility, or at a certified warranty location designated by the Company. The Company will coordinate and be responsible for all freight expenses associated with
valid warranty claims. Freight and shipping expenses associated with abuse or misuse will be back charged to the Distributor/Customer. The
Company reserves the right to modify, alter or improve any part / parts without incurring any obligation to replace any part / parts previously sold
without such modified, altered or improved part / parts. In no event shall the seller or manufacturer of the product be liable for special, incidental,
or consequential damages, including loss of profits, whether or not caused by or resulting from the negligence of seller and / or the manufacturer of the product unless specifically provided herein. This warranty shall not apply to any products or portions there of which have been
subjected to abuse, misuse, improper installation or operation, lack of recommended maintenance, electrical failure or abnormal conditions and
to products which have been tampered with, altered, modified, repaired, reworked by anyone not approved or authorized by the Company or
used in any manner inconsistent with the provisions of the above or any instructions or specifications provided with or for the product. Any and
all unauthorized onsite warranty work conducted by unauthorized personnel or any outside person(s), is not covered by the Company unless
the work has been pre-authorized by a predetermined manufacturer representative. This excludes wearable parts and/or consumables.
Defective or failed material or equipment shall be held at the purchaser’s premises until authorization has been granted by the Company to
return or dispose of defective products. Products returned for final inspection must be returned with a manufacturer authorized Return Material
Authorization (RMA). Any unauthorized return of equipment will be declined at the dock by the Company. Any non-approved items returned
with approved returned items are subject to rejection and will not be credited. Credit will be issued for material found to be defective upon the
Company’s inspection based on prices at time of purchase.
To obtain a Material Safety Data Sheet and/or a copy of the CE Declaration of Conformity please contact National. This product is CE compliant.
TO OBTAIN SERVICE CONTACT NATIONAL FLOORING EQUIPMENT, INC. TOLL FREE AT 800-245-0267 FOR A REPAIR
AUTHORIZATION NUMBER. COD FREIGHT RETURNS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. FREIGHT COLLECT SHIPMENTS WILL
NOT BE ACCEPTED. WARRANTY REPAIRS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY DATE OF PURCHASE RECEIPT AND A RETURN/
REPAIR AUTHORIZATION NUMBER.
RETURN/REPAIR AUTHORIZATION NUMBER: _____________________________________________
MACHINE SERIAL NUMBER: ____________________________________________________________
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