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Is there a paper manual for the designer I sewing/embroidery machine? Can I download it somewhere?... I forgot everything I learned 6 years ago when I bought it! I have the VHS tape, but would like it on paper so I can have it by my machine. Thank you!!

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Not that I am aware of, sorry. At least not one available to the general public. Maybe your nearest Husqvarna dealer might let you photocopy the pages you need the most or they should have access to the manual in .pdf format which they could print out for you for a fee, no doubt. Or try eBay and Craig's list - you never know - someone might have a machine that no longer works and is willing to sell or give away the manual.

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