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I CAN'T REMEMBER HOW TO THREAD THE MACHINE AND I DON'T HAVE ENOUGH TIME TO ORDER A MANUAL!!

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Put the thread on the spool pin and then put the spool cap on to hold it in place. Pull the thread out to the left and under the first little metal "t" and over the next metal finger, down under the tension disc and up through the channel staying to the right side and go from right to left around the back of the thread take up lever and back down the channel and around the little wire on the NEEDLE BAR and front to back through the needle. Do all this with the PRESSER FOOT UP. Let me know if you need any more help.

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