Question about Sewing Machines
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
turn the machine to "on". Tip the machine on its back and you will see a little door on the left-hand side. Open the door from left to right and inside are two AA batteries. Change the batteries (both batteries go in with the at the top). Close the door, upright the machine, turn it off and turn it on again. The display will be 0 0 2.5. It's now ready to go.
Posted on Oct 25, 2010
There are a number of sites that offer the Instruction Manual for a fee. See the following:
I was able to find a free download of the Instruction Manual for the 1473 if that would be of any assistance:
Not sure if these will have enough information to help with repair but perhaps the 1473 manual will give you an idea whether the information you require is likely to be in the Instruction Manual before you purchase.
Posted on Jan 14, 2012
SOURCE: 1475 running slowly
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Posted on Apr 04, 2012
I have a 1475. I've generally found that this occurs when the needle thread tension is too low; the thread, having looped around the bobbin, isn't getting pulled back up because the tension is low enough that thread can be pulled from the spool more easily than the needle thread can be pulled back up from below the work. In some cases, switching to a larger needle is required; a bigger needle makes a bigger hole, which means it's easier for the thread to be pulled back up. (And if you switched to a heavier thread for the zipper, then you probably needed to go up to a larger needle anyway. Just because the thread will go through the eye, that doesn't mean the needle's the right size.)
Posted on May 09, 2012
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