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Euro pro serger

I cannot figure out how to thread the bottom looper - I have tried a number of different ways and it still doesn't work

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  • trevhop Aug 26, 2008

    i was given a euro-pro serger without a manual. i cannot thread the bottom looper. the diagram on the machine is useless to me. there are 3 different diagrams. HELP!

  • Carrie Pickering
    Carrie Pickering Jan 12, 2012

    I purchased a serger needle threader at Joann's fabric it works on the needles
    And the loopers. I also bring the thread around the back of thee looper first to catch. Hope this helps.

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There is a threading chart here

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THANK YOU! I have a europro serger and have misplaced the manual you are awesome thanks for your help. I have been working on a invention and you saved my **** thanks again!

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