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When I use the zigzag option the machine sews backwards. Is this normal? How can I make it go forwards?

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This is not normal but perhaps you are set for button holing?

Posted on Sep 13, 2010

  • hbv269 Sep 13, 2010

    Possibly: the manual was not clear at all about how to do zigzag. Do you know which number I need?

  • marianne bags Sep 13, 2010

    from the image i could get off google, it looks like there is a knob for zig zag. try setting that to zero. The button hole stitch will have a symbol like a rectangle. I can't see it from the google picture, but its probably an option that you select

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