Question about Sewing Machines
Where can I get an adapter for a KE-100 Knitting Machine Motor Drive so I can use it on a different brand machine? Or can you locate on the web any instructions for modification? The adapter was sold as an "SR Connector." I know they are no longer made, but possibly you know where Brother parts are available.
What you do is load the yarn into the carriage and draw it accross the bed of chosen needles once.
After that hang on the cast on comb on these loops that are formed and put on some weights, and then start knitting. Push the carriage back & forth forming stitches. It will then form stitches and when removed from machine won't run. Read you manual, it explains all this.
Thanks for asking.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
I have a parts manual & a service manual saved on my pc for the 970 that I can send you when I get home in a couple of weeks. Would that help? It gives the information to do tests etc.
I am also on the Yahoo MK site. That may be a better place to share as I am not sure about this site.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
If you look at the Brother global site, there may be a dealer nearby in Middle East, or certainly in Europe, ...the power plug fitting may then need adapter or replacing to suit socket in SA
Do you have family/friends in the "old country" who could send you one ?
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
Testimonial: "I have a mailbox that forwards to the Middle East and where I am staying is all 110V. So it is quite possible that I'll have to ship one from the USA."
SOURCE: A friend asked me to
you can go to www.sewing.about.com and check out Debbie's sewing machines 101 guide. She has images, diagrams and general threading up.
or your friend can purchase a manual from here http://ifixmachines.com/vmchk/Janome-Model-352/Janome-352-Sewing-Machine-Manual/ilvm_fly1_blue.tpl.html
looking at this image I would say "raise the pressure foot, take the thread from the spool holder at rear of the machine and take to the left and through the first thread guide (cant see one but there will be) then down the right side of the metal flat thing, through the guide at the bottom, then back up the other side of the metal thing and through the take up lever (turn fly wheel until this is tat its highest point to get access) then back downwards, through the thread eye near lower edge of machine head, then down to the needle bar thread guide and through the needle.
The tension device will be in that top area where the metal piece is and the horizontal white dial on left will be tension control dial.
I hope this helps you and your friend out, 4 thumbs up if so :-)
Posted on Jun 02, 2011
Testimonial: "Now this is more like the kind of advice that I can use. Thank you,thank you, thank you!"
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