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I am trying to use the two-thread converter, but are unsure as to where to place the threads. The manual has no illustration showing the converter and threads. Any assistance would be great.

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If you know how to install the converter, the rest will take care of itself. Thread the lower looper as you normally would. When you rotate the handwheel through a revolution you should see the upper looper pick up the lower looper thread where the converter meets it. It will then be carried up to the needles.

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