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HANDBOOK FOR COMPACT
OVERLOCK MACHINE
MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES DE LA
MAQUINA COMPACTA OVERLOCK




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"IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS"
            When using the sewing machine, basic safety precautions should always be follo...
•   When leaving this sewing machine unattended,          •   When servicing the sewing machine, or when
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CONGRATULATIONS ON                              FELICITACIONES POR HABER
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Notes on the motor                                      NOTAS SOBRE EL
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  1. 1. HANDBOOK FOR COMPACT OVERLOCK MACHINE MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES DE LA MAQUINA COMPACTA OVERLOCK 6 6 6 5 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 4
  2. 2. "IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS" When using the sewing machine, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following. "Read all instructions before using." DANGER – To reduce the risk of electric shock. 1. The sewing machine should never be left unattended when plugged in. Always unplug this sewing machine from the electrical outlet immediately after using and before cleaning. 2. Always unplug before relamping. Replace bulb with same type rated 15 watts. WARNING – To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or injury to persons. 1. Do not allow to be used as a toy. Close attention is necessary when the sewing machine is used by or near children. 2. Use this sewing machine only for its intended use as described in this manual. Use only accessories recommended by the manufacturer as contained in this manual. 3. Never operate this sewing machine if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly, if it has been dropped or damaged, or dropped into water. Return the sewing machine to the nearest authorized dealer or service center for examination, repair, electrical or mechanical adjustment. 4. Never operate the sewing machine with any air openings blocked. Keep ventilation openings of the sewing machine and foot controller free from the accumulation of lint, dust, and loose cloth. 5. Never drop or insert any object into any openings. 6. Do not use outdoors. 7. Do not operate where aerosol (spray) products are being used or where oxygen is being administered. 8. To disconnect, turn the main switch to the symbol “O” position which represents off, then remove plug from outlet. 9. Do not unplug by pulling on cord. To unplug, grasp the plug, not the cord. 10. Keep fingers away from all moving parts. Special care is required around the sewing machine needle. 11. Always use the proper needle plate. The wrong plate can cause the needle to break. 12. Do not use bent needles. 13. Do not pull or push fabric while stitching. It may deflect the needle causing it to break. 14. Switch the sewing machine to the symbol “O” position when making any adjustments in the needle area, such as threading needle, changing needle, or changing presser foot, and the like. 15. Always unplug the sewing machine from the electrical outlet when removing covers, lubricating, or when making any other user servicing adjustments mentioned in the instruction manual. 16. This sewing machine is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons without supervision. 17. Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with this sewing machine. CAUTION – This appliance has a polarized plug (one blade wider than the other) to reduce the risk of electric shock, this plug is intended to fit in a polarized outlet only one way. If the plug does not fit fully in the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit. Contact a qualified electrician to install the proper outlet. Do not modify the plug in any way. "SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS" "This sewing machine is intended for household."
  3. 3. • When leaving this sewing machine unattended, • When servicing the sewing machine, or when the main switch of the machine must be switched removing covers or changing lamps, the ma- off or the plug must be removed from the socket- chine or the electrical set must be disconnected outlet. from the supply by removing the plug from the socket-outlet. FOR USERS IN THE UK, EIRE, MALTA AND CYPRUS ONLY. If your sewing machine is fitted with a 3 pin non rewireable BS plug then please read the following. IMPORTANT If the available socket outlet is not suitable for the The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accord- plug supplied with this equipment, it should be cut off ance with the following code: and an appropriate three pin plug fitted. With alterna- tive plugs an approved fuse must be fitted in the plug. Blue Neutral Brown Live NOTE: The plug severed from the mains lead must be destroyed as a plug with bared flexible cords is As the colours of the wiring in the mains lead of this hazardous if engaged in a live socket outlet. In the appliance may not correspond with the coloured event of replacing the plug fuse, use a fuse approved markings identifying the terminals in your plug, pro- by ASTA to BS 1362, i.e. carrying the ASA mark, rating ceed as follows. as marked on plug. The wire which is coloured blue must be connected Always replace the fuse cover, never use plugs with to the terminal which is marked with the letter ‘N’ or the fuse cover omitted. coloured black or blue. WARNING: DO NOT CONNECT EITHER WIRE The wire which is coloured brown must be connected TO THE EARTH TERMINAL WHICH IS MARKED to the terminal which is marked with the letter ‘L’ or WITH THE LETTER ‘E’, BY THE EARTH SYMBOL coloured red or brown. OR COLOURED GREEN OR YELLOW.
  4. 4. CONGRATULATIONS ON FELICITACIONES POR HABER CHOOSING THIS COMPACT ELEGIDO ESTA COMPACTA OVERLOCK MACHINE MAQUINA OVERLOCK Your machine is a high quality, easy-to-use Su máquina es de una eficacia y calidad exce- product. To fully enjoy all the features, we lentes; así pues, a fin de disfrutar completa- suggest that you study this booklet. mente de todas las características incorpora- If you need more information regarding the use das, le sugerimo estudie el manual. of your machine, your nearest authorized dealer Si se necesitara mayor información sobre el is always happy to be of service. uso de esta máquina, el proveedor autorizado Enjoy yourself! más cercano estará encantado de ofrecerle sus servicios. CAUTION! ¡PRECAUCION! WHEN THREADING, REPLACING NEEDLE ASEGURARSE DE QUE EL INTERRUPTOR OR LIGHT BULB, BE SURE TO TURN OFF GENERAL DE LA MAQUINA ESTE APAGADO THE MAIN POWER SWITCH OF THE MA- CUANDO SE ENHEBRE, REEMPLACE LA CHINE. AGUJA O CAMBIE LA LAMPARITA. WHEN THE MACHINE IS NOT IN USE, IT IS CUANDO NO SE UTILICE LA MAQUINA, SE RECOMMENDED THAT THE ELECTRIC SUP- RECOMIENDA QUE EL ENCHUFE ESTE DES- PLY PLUG IS DISCONNECTED FROM THE CONECTADO DE LA RED DE LA CORRIEN- WALL SOCKET TO AVOID ANY POSSIBLE TE, A FIN DE EVITAR CUALQUIER PELIGRO. HAZARDS.
  5. 5. Notes on the motor NOTAS SOBRE EL MOTOR • The normal operating speed of this sewing ma- • La velocidad normal de funcionamiento de esta chine is 1,300 stitches per minute, which is quite máquina de coser es de 1.300 puntadas por fast compared to the normal operating speed of minuto, lo que resulta bastante rápido compara- 300 to 800 stitches per minute for the ordinary do con la velocidad normal de 300 a 800 punta- foot-operated sewing machine. das por minuto de las máquinas de coser norma- • The bearings in the motor are made of a special les que funcionan con pedal. sintered, oil-impregnated alloy mounted in oil- • Los cojinetes del motor están hechos de una soaked felt to withstand long hours of continuous aleación especial impregnada en aceite sintético operation. y montada en un fieltro impregnado en aceite, • Continuous operation of the sewing machine can para poder funcionar continuamente durante cause heat to build in the motor area, but not muchas horas. enough to adversely affect its performance. • Un funcionamiento continuo de la máquina pue- It is important to keep fabric and paper away from de contribuir a calentar algo la máquina en la the ventilating holes on the back and sides of the zona del motor, pero no lo suficiente como para machine so air can get to these holes. alterar su rendimiento y funcionamiento. • When the motor is running, sparks can be seen Sin embargo, es menester mantener los orificios through the ventilating hole in the motor bracket de ventilación de la parte trasera y en los lados de on the side opposite the hand wheel. These la máquina sin tapar con tejido o papel durante el sparks are produced by the carbon brushes and uso, para que el aire pueda circular por los the commutator, and are part of the machines orificios. normal operation. • Durante el funcionamiento del motor, se pueden ver chispas a través del orificio de ventilación de CAUTION la abrazadera del motor, en el lado contrario a la WHEN THREADING THE MACHINE, RE- ruedecilla. Estas chispas son producidas por las PLACING A NEEDLE, OR WHEN THE MA- escobillas de carbón que entran en contacto con CHINE IS NOT IN USE, WE RECOMMEND el conmutador, y forman parte del funcionamien- DISCONNECTING THE ELECTRIC SUPPLY to normal de la máquina. PLUG TO AVOID ANY POSSIBLE HAZARDS. PRECAUCION Al enhebrar la máquina, cambiar una aguja o al dejar la máquina sin usar, le recomenda- mos desenchufar la máquina para evitar cualquier peligro de corto circuito.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS CONTENTS TABLE OF Chapter 1 Names of parts and their functions ............................................................................... 1 Accessories included with your serger ..................................................................................... 3 Needle ...................................................................................................................................... 5 Chapter 1 Turning direction of motor ........................................................................................................ 7 Opening and closing the front cover ........................................................................................ 7 Chapter 2 Operating .............................................................................................................................. 8 Chapter 2 Powering the machine .............................................................................................................. 8 Removing the Bed Extension for Free-Arm Sewing ............................................ 9 Chapter Removing the bed extension .................................................................................................... 9 3 Chapter 3 Stitch Length ...................................................................................................................... 10 Stitch Width ........................................................................................................................ 10 Chapter Chapter 4 Instructions for the Differential Feed Mechanism 4 (Models with Differential Feed) ..................................................................................... 11 Chapter 5 Before Threading .............................................................................................................. 14 Chapter 5 Preparation before threading ................................................................................................. 14 How to use the thread spool cap ............................................................................................ 15 How to use the thread net ...................................................................................................... 15 Chapter Tension release button ........................................................................................................... 15 6 Before threading ..................................................................................................................... 16 Threading the upperlooper ..................................................................................................... 17 Chapter Threading the lowerlooper ...................................................................................................... 19 7 Threading the right needle (on Two-needle models) .............................................................. 21 Threading the left needle ....................................................................................................... 23 Chapter Chapter 6 Comparison Chart of Sewing Materials, Threads and Needles ............................ 25 8 Chapter 7 Thread Tension .................................................................................................................. 27 Chapter Chapter 8 Chart of Thread Tension Adjustment .......................................................................... 29 9 Chapter 9 Test-sewing ........................................................................................................................ 33 Chaining-off ............................................................................................................................ 34 Chapter 10 Chapter 10 Sewing ................................................................................................................................. 35 To start sewing ....................................................................................................................... 35 To remove work ...................................................................................................................... 36 Chapter 11 If threads break during sewing ............................................................................................... 36 To sew heavy materials .......................................................................................................... 37 To sew fine materials ............................................................................................................. 37 Chapter Presser foot pressure ............................................................................................................. 38 Chapter 11 Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................ 39 12 Chapter 12 Stitch Selection ................................................................................................................. 41 Chapter 13 Narrow overlock stitch/rolled edge stitch ................................................................................ 42 Chapter 13 Chart of Narrow Overlock/Rolled Edge Stitch .......................................................... 45 Chapter Chapter 14 Examples of Sewing Applications for this Serger ................................................... 47 14 Blind stitching with blind stitch presser foot ............................................................................ 48 Flatlock stitching with blind stitch presser foot ....................................................................... 50 Chapter Pin tuck stitching with blind stitch presser foot ....................................................................... 52 15 Decorative stitching ................................................................................................................ 54 Chapter 15 Upper Knife and Lower Knife ........................................................................................ 55 Chapter Retracting upper knife ............................................................................................................ 55 16 Replacing the knives .............................................................................................................. 56 Chapter 16 Oiling .................................................................................................................................... 57 Chapter 17 Chapter 17 Changing the Light Bulb ................................................................................................. 58 Chapter 18 Machine Specifications ................................................................................................... 59 Chapter 18
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INDICE Capítulo 1 Nombres de las partes y sus funciones ....................................................................... 1 Accesorios incluidos con la máquina de coser ........................................................................ 3 Aguja ........................................................................................................................................ 5 Para cambiar la dirección del motor ......................................................................................... 7 Abre y cierre de la tapa delantera ............................................................................................ 7 Capítulo 2 Funcionamiento ..................................................................................................................8 Encendido de la máquina .........................................................................................................8 Extraiga el suplemento para la mesa para realizar la costura sin brazo ........... 9 Extraiga el suplemento para la mesa ....................................................................................... 9 Capítulo 3 Largo de puntada .............................................................................................................. 10 Ancho de puntada ............................................................................................................ 10 Capítulo 4 Instrucciones para el mecanismo de alimentación con diferencial (Modelos con alimentador diferencial) ....................................................................... 11 Capítulo 5 Antes del enhebrado ........................................................................................................ 14 Preparación antes del enhebrado .......................................................................................... 14 Como utilizar el tope del carrete ............................................................................................. 15 Como utilizar la malla para hilo .............................................................................................. 15 Botón de liberación de la tensión ........................................................................................... 15 Antes de enhebrar .................................................................................................................. 16 Enhebrado del áncora superior .............................................................................................. 17 Enhebrado del áncora inferior ................................................................................................ 19 Enhebrado de la aguja derecha (los modelos de dos agujas) ............................................... 21 Enhebrado de la aguja izquierda ........................................................................................... 23 Capítulo 6 Tabla de relación entre los distintos tejidos, hilos y agujas ................................ 26 Capítulo 7 Tensión del hilo ................................................................................................................. 27 Capítulo 8 Tabla de ajuste de tensión de los hilos ...................................................................... 29 Capítulo 9 Costura de prueba ............................................................................................................ 33 Cadeneta ................................................................................................................................ 34 Capítulo 10 Costura ................................................................................................................................ 35 Para empezar a coser ............................................................................................................ 35 Para retirar el trabajo .............................................................................................................. 36 Si el hilo se rompe al coser .................................................................................................... 36 Para coser tejidos gruesos ..................................................................................................... 37 Para coser tejidos finos .......................................................................................................... 37 Presión del prensatelas .......................................................................................................... 38 Capítulo 11 Guía de localización de fallas ........................................................................................ 40 Capítulo 12 Selección de las distintas puntadas ............................................................................ 41 Puntada overlock estrecha/puntada de borde enrollado ........................................................ 42 Capítulo 13 Tabla para puntadas overlock estrechas/de borde enrollado .............................. 46 Capítulo 14 Ejemplos de aplicaciones de costuras para estas máquinas de coser ............. 47 Puntadas invisibles con prensatelas multipropósito ............................................................... 48 Costura Overlock plana con prensatelas multipropósito ........................................................ 50 Costuras de pliegues pequeños con prensatelas multipropósito ........................................... 52 Puntadas decorativas ............................................................................................................. 54 Capítulo 15 Cuchillas superior e inferior .......................................................................................... 55 Meter la cuchilla superior ....................................................................................................... 55 Cambio de las cuchillas .......................................................................................................... 56 Capítulo 16 Engrasado ........................................................................................................................... 57 Capítulo 17 Cambio de la bombilla de luz ........................................................................................ 58 Capítulo 18 Especificaciones técnicas de la máquina .................................................................. 59
  8. 8. TABLE OF Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter Chapter CONTENTS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Nombres de las partes M J y sus funciones Q E P E N D F G 4 5 H 6 C 4 5 6 4 I 5 B 6 4 5 A R S 6 Names of parts and their functions 2 9 3 O 1 6 T 4 0 5 K L 8 7 1
  9. 9. CONTENTS TABLE OF Chapter 1 Thread tree 1 Arbol del hilo 1 2 Handle 2 Asa Chapter 3 Presser foot pressure adjustment screw 3 Tornillo de ajuste de la presión del prensatelas 2 4 Spool pin 4 Portabobina 5 Spool support 5 Soporte de la bobina Chapter 3 6 Thread take-up cover 6 Tapa de toma de hilo 7 Needles 7 Agujas Chapter 8 Upper knife 8 Cuchilla superior 4 9 Presser foot 9 Prensatelas 0 Material plate cover 0 Tapa de tejido Chapter 5 A Spool stand (thread tree support) A Filete para la canilla (soporte del árbol del hilo) B Left needle thread tension dial B Disco de tensión del hilo de la aguja izquierda Chapter C Right needle thread tension dial C Disco de tensión del hilo de la aguja derecha 6 D Presser foot lifting lever D Palanca de levantamiento del prensatelas E Hand wheel E Ruedecilla Chapter 7 F Upperlooper thread tension dial F Disco de tensión del hilo del áncora superior G Lowerlooper thread tension dial G Disco de tensión del hilo del áncora inferior Chapter H Front cover H Tapa delantera 8 I Material slide plate (for overlock stitch) I Placa de deslice del tejido (para puntadas Overlock) Chapter J Main power switch and light switch 9 J Interruptor de alimentación principal e interruptor K Stitch length adjustment dial de luz L Differential feed ratio adjustment lever K Disco de ajuste del largo de las puntadas. Chapter 10 M Lowerlooper threading lever L Palanca diferencial de ajuste de la velocidad de N Stitch finger alimentación Chapter O Stitch width lever M Palanca de enhebrado del áncora inferior 11 P Upperlooper N Uñeta de puntadas O Palanca de anchura de las puntadas. Q Lowerlooper Chapter 12 P Ancora superior R Free-arm cover Q Ancora inferior S Bed extension R Cubierta del brazo Chapter 13 T Knife lever S Suplemento para la mesa T Palanca de cuchilla Chapter 14 Chapter 15 Chapter 16 Chapter 17 Chapter 18 2
  10. 10. CONTENTS TABLE OF Accessories included Accesorios incluidos con Chapter with your serger la máquina de coser 1 Chapter 2 1 X77871-000 3 X75902001 6 X75906001 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 X75904000 7 X77128001 4 Chapter 5 5 X77260000 8 X75917001 Chapter 6 2 122991002 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 OPTION / OPTATIVO 9 X76590002 0 XB0958001 A X76663001 Chapter 12 SA212 (U.S.A., CANADA) SA212 (EE.UU, CANADÁ) Chapter 13 Chapter 14 Chapter 15 Chapter 16 9, 0, A OPTION 9, 0, A OPTATIVO Chapter 17 Chapter 18 3
  11. 11. CONTENTS TABLE OF The number represents the parts code El número corresponde al código de los elementos 1 Soft cover 1 Funda Chapter 2 Accessory bag 2 Bolsa de accesorios 1 3 Tweezers 3 Pinzas Chapter 4 Thread net 4 Malla 2 Two-needle models (4) Modelos de dos agujas (4) One-needle models (3) Modelos de una aguja (3) Chapter 5 Thread spool cap 5 Tope del carrete 3 Two-needle models (4) Modelos de dos agujas (4) One-needle models (3) Modelos de una aguja (3) Chapter 6 Cleaning brush 6 Cepillo limpiador 4 7 Hexagonal (Allen) wrench (on Two-needle mod- 7 Llave de tuerca hexagonal (Allen) (Modelos de els) das agujas) Chapter 5 8 Needle set: SCHMETZ 130/705M 8 Juego de agujas: SCHMETZ 130/705M 80/12: 2 pcs. 80/12: 2 unidades 90/14: 2 pcs. 90/14: 2 unidades Chapter 6 9 Blind stitch foot (Option) 9 Prensatelas para puntadas invisibles (Optativo) 0 Trim trap (Option) 0 Orificio de corte (Optativo) Chapter A Tape presser foot (Option) A Prensatelas para cintas (Optativo) 7 Foot controller: J01780051 (110/120V Area) Pedal: J01780051 (zona con 110/120V) XA6406051 (220/240V Area) XA6406051 (zona con 220/240V) Chapter XA6408051 (U.K.) XA6408051 (Reino Unido) 8 XA6410051 (Australia, New Zealand) XA6410051 (Australia, Nueva Zelanda) XA6420051 (Germany) XA6420051 (Alemania) Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Chapter 12 Chapter 13 Chapter 14 Chapter 15 Chapter 16 Chapter 17 Chapter 18 4
  12. 12. CONTENTS TABLE OF Needle Aguja Chapter 1 This machine uses a standard home sewing ma- Está máquina funciona con una aguja normal para chine needle. máquinas domésticas. Así mismo, se recomienda el Chapter The recommended needle is SCHMETZ 130/705H. uso de una aguja SCHMETZ 130/705H. 2 To remove the needle Para sacar la aguja Chapter (1) Turn the main power switch to the OFF position. (1) Apague el interruptor principal (posición OFF). 3 (2) Turn the hand wheel counter-clockwise by hand (2) Gire la ruedecilla a mano, en contra de las mane- until the needle is at its highest position. cillas del reloj hasta que la aguja alcance la Chapter (3) Loosen the needle set screw with hexagonal posición más elevada. 4 wrench and remove the needle. (3) Afloje el tornillo de instalación de la aguja con la 1 Back llave hexagonal y saque la aguja. Chapter 2 Front 1 Parte trasera 5 3 Flat side 2 Parte delantera 4 Groove 3 Parte llana 4 Canal Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Para introducir la aguja To insert the needle (1) Apague el interruptor principal (póngalo en OFF). (1) Turn the main power switch to the OFF position. (2) Gire la ruedecilla hasta que la barra de la aguja Chapter (2) Turn the hand wheel until the needle bar is at its alcance la posición más alta. 8 highest position. (3) Sujete la aguja con la parte curvada de cara a Vd. (3) Hold the needle with its flat side away from you e insértela hacia arriba hasta el tope. Chapter and insert it up as far as it will go. (4) Vuelva a apretar firmemente el tornillo de instala- 9 (4) Tighten the needle set screw securely with the ción de la aguja con la llave hexagonal. hexagonal wrench. 5 Coloque la aguja en su parte llana y com- Chapter 10 5 Place the needle on its flat side and check pruebe que el espacio sea paralelo. to see if the space is parallel. 6 Parte llana 6 Flat side 7 Placa de aguja (Vidrio, etc.) Chapter 7 (needle-plate, glass, etc.) 11 Chapter 12 Chapter 13 5 1 2 Chapter 14 6 4 Chapter 3 15 7 Chapter 16 Chapter 17 Chapter 18 5
  13. 13. CONTENTS TABLE OF NOTE: NOTA: Two-needle models Modelos de dos agujas • On two-needle models, we suggest you hold the • En los modelos de dos agujas, le sugerimos Chapter 1 two needles with one hand and then insert them sujetar ambas agujas en una sola mano e inser- both at the same time. tarlas simultáneamente. • If the needles have been inserted correctly, the • Si las agujas fueron introducidas correctamente, Chapter 2 right needle should be set slightly lower than the la aguja de derecha debería quedar un poco más left one. abajo de la izquierda. Chapter 3 CAUTION PRECAUCION The needle set screw holds both needles. El tornillo de instalación de las agujas sujeta Keep this in mind when you loosen the set ambas agujas. No se lo olvide al aflojar Chapter 4 screw to exchange one or both needles. dicho tornillo para cambiar una o ambas agujas. 8 Needle set screw Chapter 9 Tighten 8 Tornillo de instalación de las agujas 5 0 Loosen 9 Apretar A Hexagonal wrench 0 Aflojar Chapter A Llave de tuerca hexagonal 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 9 8 Chapter 9 0 Chapter 10 A Chapter 11 One-needle models Modelos de una aguja Chapter 12 B Needle set screw B Tornillo de instalación de las agujas C Tighten C Apretar D Loosen D Aflojar E Hexagonal wrench E Llave de tuerca hexagonal Chapter 13 Chapter 14 Chapter 15 C B Chapter 16 D Chapter 17 E Chapter 18 6
  14. 14. CONTENTS TABLE OF Turning direction of motor Para cambiar la dirección Chapter del motor 1 • The motor and hand wheel of this machine turn in • El motor y la ruedecilla de esta máquina funcio- Chapter 2 a counterclockwise direction (direction of arrow). nan en el sentido contrario al de las manecillas This is the same direction as an ordinary home del reloj (dirección de la flecha), como es el caso con la mayoría de las máquinas de coser domés- Chapter sewing machine. 3 1 Hand wheel ticas. 1 Ruedecilla Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 1 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Opening and closing the Abre y cierre de la tapa Chapter 10 front cover delantera Chapter 11 It is necessary to open the front cover when thread- Es necesario abrir la tapa delantera para enhebrar la ing this machine. máquina. Chapter 12 NOTE: NOTA: For your safety, make sure that the front cover is Para su propia seguridad, averigue siempre que la closed when operating the machine. tapa delantera esté bien cerrada antes de hacer Chapter 13 funcionar la máquina. Chapter 14 Chapter 15 Chapter 16 Chapter 17 Chapter 18 7
  15. 15. CONTENTS Funcionamiento TABLE OF Operating Powering the machine Encendido de la máquina Chapter 1 Preparation Preparación de la máquina • Insert the three-pin plug into the socket on the • Introduzca el zócalo de tres puntas en el enchufe Chapter bottom right side of the machine. Insert the power que se encuentra abajo, en el lado derecho de la 2 supply plug into a power outlet. máquina e inserte el zócalo de alimentación en Main Power and Sewing Light Switch una toma de corriente. Chapter This switch turns the power and sewing light on or off. Interruptor principal y de luz 3 To turn on push toward “1” mark. To turn off push Este interruptor permite apagar y encender la má- toward “0” mark. quina así como la luz. Para encender, empuje hacia Chapter 1 Main Power and Sewing Light Switch la marca “1”; para apagar, póngalo en la marca “0”. 4 Operation 1 Interruptor principal y de luz When the pedal is pressed lightly, the machine runs Funcionamiento Chapter at a low speed. As the pedal is pressed further, the Al oprimir ligeramente el pedal, la máquina funciona- 5 machine will increase speed. When the pedal is rá a baja velocidad. A medida que se apriete más, la released, the machine stops. máquina incrementará su velocidad. La máquina se 2 Foot Controller: Model N parará tan pronto como se suelte el pedal. Chapter 6 Note (For U.S.A. only): 2 Pedal This foot controller can be used for sewing machine models 1034D, 1034, 1030D and 1030. Chapter 7 Chapter 8 1 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 2 Chapter 11 Chapter 12 Chapter 13 Chapter 14 Chapter 15 Chapter 16 Chapter 17 Chapter 18 8
  16. 16. CONTENTS Extraiga el suplemento TABLE OF Removing the Bed Extension for para la mesa para reali- Free-Arm Sewing zar la costura sin brazo Chapter 1 Removing the Extraiga el suplemento Chapter bed extension para la mesa 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Free-arm sewing enables tubular pieces to be sewn La costura sin brazo permite coser trozos tubulares more easily. For free-arm sewing, remove the bed de tejido de forma más sencilla. Para llevar a cabo la extension and position the fabric as shown in the costura sin brazo, extraiga el suplemento para la Chapter 11 illustration. mesa y coloque el tejido tal y como se indica en la ilustración. Chapter 12 Chapter 13 Chapter 14 Chapter 15 Chapter 16 Chapter 17 Chapter 18 9
  17. 17. CONTENTS Largo de puntada TABLE OF Stitch Length To change the stitch length, Para cambiar el largo de las puntada: (1) Locate the stitch length adjustment dial on the left (1) Busque el disco de ajuste del largo de las punta- das en al lado izquierdo de la máquina. Chapter side of the machine. (2) Gire el disco de ajuste del largo de las puntadas 1 (2) Turn the stitch length adjustment dial forward to lengthen the stitch to a maximum of 4 mm (5/32 hacia adelante para alargar la puntada a un inch). máximo de 4 mm. Chapter Gire el disco de ajuste del largo de las puntadas 2 Turn the stitch length adjustment dial backwards to shorten the stitch length to a minimum of 2 mm hacia atrás para acortar la longitud de puntada a (1/8 inch). un mínimo de 2 mm. Chapter * Un ajuste normal para el largo de las puntadas se 3 (3) The normal stitch length setting is 2.5 mm to 3 mm. sitúa entre 2,5 y 3 mm. Chapter 3 4 2 4 R Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter Stitch Width Ancho de puntada 8 Two-needle models Modelos de dos agujas. Chapter To change the stitch width. • Para cambiar el ancho de puntada. 9 (1)Move the stitch width lever (located on the left side (1) Mueva la palanca de anchura de las puntadas of the machine toward the front) up to reduce the (situada a la izquierda de la máquina, hacia Chapter 10 stitch width or down to increase the width. adelante) hacia arriba para reducir el ancho de The stitch width can be set between R4.5 mm (11/ puntada, o hacia abajo para aumentar el ancho 64 inch) and 7 mm (9/32 inch). de puntada. Chapter The normal stitch width setting for regular overlock Puede ajustar el ancho de puntada entre R4,5 11 stitch is 5mm (13/64 inch). mm y 7 mm. One-needle models El ajuste normal del ancho de puntada para una • The width is factory set to 3.5mm (9/64 inch). Chapter puntada overlock corriente es de 5 mm. A Two-needle models B One-needle models Modelos de una aguja. • El ancho de las puntadas está establecido en la 12 1 Stitch width lever fábrica en 3,5 mm. Chapter 13 2 Regular needle plate A Modelos de dos agujas B Modelos de una aguja 1 Palanca de anchura de las puntadas Chapter 14 2 Place de aguja normal A B Chapter 15 6 7 2 2 5 3.5 Chapter R R 16 Chapter 17 1 1 Chapter 18 10

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