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Manual having problems with this machine.. not sure if its threaded right. i dont have the manual. it only sews for like 10 seconds and then locks up. someone please call Linda Norman in ft Lee, va @804-957-6352

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Re: manual

Here is the link to the user manual for your machine - sorry i couldnt find one for free, but this one is only $14.95; hope this helps :)

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