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Kinglock 900D Diff Feed Serger (Brother Private Label ca. 1989)

I have an old serger in excellent condition that is now missing the instruction manual. My niece borrowed the machine last year and when it came back, it no longer had the pedal or the manual. I was able to purchase a generic replacement pedal, but I would like to have the manual. Can anyone help me out?

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SOURCE: Baby Lock Serger Instruction Manual

Contact your dealer or one on-line. They'll sell anything for money. There's also a good workbook available although expensive. But worth it.

Posted on Apr 12, 2008

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SOURCE: brother serger

go to brother.com and download the manual for free!

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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SOURCE: White Speedylock 1500 Serger Manual

I have a 1500 with a manual. I could copy the manual and send it to you. Email me at allgrunnfam@comcast.net

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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SOURCE: how to oil a serger?

  1. Unplug your sewing machine.
  2. Step 2 Unthread your sewing machine and remove the bobbin.
    Remove the throat plate. You may need to remove the presser foot and needle to do this, and the throat plate may be held in place with a couple of screws. Every model is different.
  3. Step 3 Use the small cleaning brush that came with your sewing machine, or if it's missing use another similar brush. Brush any fuzz and lint out and away from the machine. Try not to let it fall back into the sewing machine. With the throat plate out you should be able to reach most areas of the machine where lint gets packed. Sometimes if you haven't cleaned this out for a while it gets packed down until it looks like felt. (There is no felt near the working parts of your machine. It's lint build-up. Remove it.)
  4. Step 4 After you have removed all the fuzz you can see, take an aerosol can of air with a tiny tube extender. Insert the tube extender from the some point at the back of the machine and shoot some air so that any fuzz left will blow out towards you. Don't shoot the air into the machine, or you may blow fuzz farther into the machine. Spray in short bursts.
  5. Step 5 Find the oiling diagram in your sewing machine users manual. If you do not have the manual, most older machines require a drop of oil on the hook (the part that moves around the bobbin) perhaps behind the hook, and the needle shaft. One drop of oil is all you need at each point, and then turn the flywheel to move the sewing machine parts and distribute the oil.
  6. Step 6 Many newer sewing machines have sealed electronics, and the only place you need to oil is the hook. Refer to your manual or contact a dealer for specific instructions for electronic models.
  7. Step 7 Replace the needle and presser foot. Replace the bobbin, and thread the machine. Using the scrap of cotton fabric, sew back and forth on the scrap until you are sure there is no excess oil anywhere that could stain a sewing project. Sew on the scrap until all stitches are clean.
  8. Step 8 You should clean and oil your sewing machine after about eight (8) hours of sewing time. If you are sewing with fleece, flannel, or doing machine quilting, you should clean and oil more often since there will be a faster lint build-up.

Posted on Aug 14, 2009

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SOURCE: I lost my 920d serger manual. where could I find

You might take a look on the eBay item # 160376054561

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SOURCE: is there a manual for a brother 1034dp serger?

You may be able to find a free download at Brother-USA.com

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