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Hi, thanks for letting me help you with this issue. Necchi Sewing machines are made in Italy and are represented by a company called Allyn International. Unfortunately, their policy is to handle all issues through local dealers, which would include getting user's manuals. I have, however located a company that lists owner's manuals for Necchi machines. Your specific model is not listed, however, if you scroll down to the bottom of this page that I reference here, you will see that they have others that they don't regularly stock. Just click on the "for other models" and it will provide further explanation. Here's the link:

http://www.sewingstyle.com/Necchi-Sewing-Manuals.html

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