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Threading machine The diagram to thread machine is very unclear. Can I get a better diagram.

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  • cutmh Feb 03, 2009

    can i have a visual???????

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    how to thread

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The machine is relatively simple to thread. This is what I do and I've had no threading problems. 1. Put thread spool on the spool pin and put spool guard over spool pin to hold spool onto pin. 2. Take thread and put it under the bent tab by the circle tensioner. bring the thread around the right side of the circle tensioner and bring around the front of the circle tensioner thing back to the top hook on the far left side of the machine. 3. Take the thread around the backside of the top hook think until it threads through the flat piece on the left side of it. 4. Bring the thread down through the first (right side) channel and under the plastic piece to the second (left side) channel. 5. Bring the thread up the second channel and around the moving thread holder and past it's flat metal piece to hold it. 6. Tuck the thread around the small wire thread holder below the needle screw. This may take a few passes to catch it. 7. Thread the needle from the front and run the thread between the teeth of the presser foot. 8. Put a bobbin in the bobbin case so that the thread pulls off the bobbin from the left side of the bobbin if you look at it from above. 9. There is a small channel in the bobbin case that is covered by the bobbin tension flat piece. Pull the bobbin thread through this channel and into the empty space where the needle thread will catch. 10. Place the bobbin case into the machine with the little set bobbin arm pointed to the sky so that it fits into the machine without wiggling to the right or the left. 11. Turn the, uhhh brain fart, the hand wheel until the needle comes back up with the bobbin thread hooked over the needle thread. Take a narrow thing, like scissors or a seam ripper and pull both threads until the bobbin thread comes up. Now your machine is threaded. Use these directions with the pictures in the book to get this machine threaded.

Posted on Apr 11, 2007

  • Cheppy Paulus Sprague Nov 01, 2010

    OH THANKS SO MUCH FOR THE HELP..I HAVE HAD THE WORST TIME FINDING THIS SO I COULD THREAD THE DARNED THING..YOUR INSTRUCTIONS WERE CLEAR AND VERY HELPFUL..AND THE BRAIN FART MADE ME SMILE..:O) HAVE A HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

  • elena_kosky Nov 02, 2010

    Thank you. I couldn't read the diagram to save my life! I was so happy to find your step by step. It saved me!

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Maygirl........check out http://www.euro-pro.com/europro/faqdetail.aspx?modelno=420

The pictures are a little bit clearer. Good luck.

Posted on Feb 22, 2008

  • Cheppy Paulus Sprague Nov 01, 2010

    THE PAGE REQUESTED WAS NOT FOUJND..:O(

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