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Need Manual Anyone know where I can get a manual for the Husky 165?

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Re: Need Manual

I have one; please email me and I'll send you a copy of mine.
I'm also having a problem with mine; the top thread keeps breaking. I realize this must be a pretty basic question, but I am quite ignorant of the ways of sewing machines. I'm sewing just thin cotton pieces together for a quilt, Any suggestions would be welcomed.

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