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Foreword
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medium speed three-thread overlock sewing
machines are usually special machines for Knitting milis
and garment factories. used to perform overlocking in
sewing various knitted goods such as sweaters.cotton

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jerseies.sweatshirts and woolen goods. etc.


It is precise in construction,reliable in quality and
nimble in operation,Two thread overlcck stitch forms with
a needle and two loopers.

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Before being dispatched by the factory,each machine

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has been subjected to careful examination so as to ensure

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that it meets the required specifications and is in perfect

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working or-dr .
For its proper use and adequate maintenance,it s
recomended

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instructons carefully and follow the suggested usage and

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method of operaton.you are assured of t being brought in

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a wonderful new world of sewing.

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CONTENTS

Stitch Fonn

Stitch Form
Specifications

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Preparations forUsinq

the Machine

5- 6

1. Cleaning grease and dirt . .. ... ... ... . . . . ..


2 . Inspecting

3. Lubrication

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... . . .
.. . .. . .. .

.. . 5 - 6
... 6

and trial runs

Use and Adjustment


1.0peration

8 - 20

speed

2. Selecting the needle and thread

8- 9

3. Setting the needle

12 - 13

4. Regulating

Stitch Length

13

5. Regulating

Stitch Width

6. Threading

the Needle

14

7. Threading

for die Small Looper

15

8. Threading

for the Big Looper

16
18

10. Adjusting

the Thread to a Suitable Tightness

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1. Routine Maintenance

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and Repair

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19 -20
21 - 27
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2. Changing the Blade

22 - 23

3. Common Problems and their Solutions

25 - 27

List of Parts
Mode!' Accessories

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Three thread overlock.
stitch

13 - 14

9. Starting and Finishing Sewing

Maintenance and Repair

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Three thread overedge
stitch

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and spare Parts

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250W

800-15004t/min

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Specifications
Max.sewing speed: 3000 r. p. m .
.Max.stitch length: 1.5 - 3.2mm
Overlock stitch width: 2.5 - 4.5mm
Max.thickness

66

65

12

64

11

62

of material to be sewn: 4mm

Needle: GN xl Nm60 Nm90


Thread: 42-801304 cotton thread and the like
Overall dimension

of the head: 250

210

270rnm

(includng oil resevoir)

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Net weight of the head: Approx14kg

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250W

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Preparations for Using the Machine

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Before usng the machine for fue first time, the following
steps should be taken after unpacking:
a)Cleaning grease and dirtBefore packing the head, all
the machine parts have been coated with grease to prevent
rust, it ma,y become hardened in storage or transport,
furthermore, dust may gather in the machne, so it s
necessary to clesn the grease and dirt from the surface and
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oil holes of fue machine.

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b.) lnspecting: The machine parts may become loose or

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damaged after being subjected to strong shock in transporto

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So after cleaning the grease and dirt, a careful inspection

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should be made, meanwhile tuming balance wheel to make

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sure that there are no trouble such as knockng, une ven


friction of rotatng, etc, if found proper adjustment should
rnakc.(machine installation see fig. of assembly)
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c.) Lubrication and trial runs: Add the clean spindle ol to


all places where need oiling (as is ndcated wth arrows in
Figs.1-3).

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runs smoothly, coruinue fue idIe run al a higher speed of 2500


rprn for several minutes: After that, recheck all the part s,

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Once you are satisfied that the machine is running properly,


you may begin regular operation.

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Turn the balance wheel so as to allow the oil to makc its


way into the running part. Then wipe out the remaining ol out
-side and then make idle run al a Iow speed.

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Use and Adjustment

Thread

Needle

42 Count knitting Cor


undershirt

60 eount 3 strand
eotton thread

75

Cotton jersey

60 count 3 strand
eotton thread

75

be run at a speed of not more than 2500 rpm so as to break it


in sufficiently. After use for a month, the speed may be

Sweater

60 eount 3 strand
eotton thread

90

increased to appaox. 3000 rpm according to the material


being sewn. The machine balance wheel should be turned

Thin silk and satin


Thin chemlcal libre
eotton cloth

8012

60-65

60/3

65

Medium-Iong fibre and


eotton cloth

42/3

75-80

Khaki drills and denim

42/3

75-90

Chemical libre and thin pure


woolen faney suiting

4213

75-90

Chemineal libre and pure


woolen cloth Ior overeoat,
eanvass,ete.

42/3

90-100

Material

1.0peration speed:
To ensure longer service life. at first the machine should

toward the outside (see Fig 1).


2.Selecting the needle and thread:
The needles of type GN-1 Nm 60-65 are usually used reir
sewing soft and thin materials, while needles of GN-l Nm 7590 are used for sewing tough and thick materals, Selecte a
needle suitable the thread required by the workpiece or
selecte a thread suitable for the needle required by the
workpiece.
The following table is suggested for your guidance,

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showing the suitable threads and needles usually used with


different materials.
Material

Thread

Needle

120 Count knitting Ior


undershirt

80-120 count 2 strand


cotton thread

60-65

80 Count knitting for


undershirt

80 count 2 strand cotton thread

65

60 COImtknitting Ior
undershirt

60 count 3 strand cotton thread

75

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After settng a new needle, tighten the needle clamp


wise.
Skipping of a new needle may occur because the neeTum the needle clockwite slightly until the small looper
gets into the loop formed with the needle thread.
4.Regulating Stitch Length

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The stitch length can be regulated according to the


requrements of the workpiece, Turn the balance wheel first

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until the needle bar is in its highest position, then loosen


the stitch regulatng screw stud (5) by turnng it
counterclockwise with the spanner (2) supplied with the

Setting the needle:


After detennining the needle and thread sizes for the

machine (see Fig.5). Then move it together with the feed

material being sewn,check to see if fue needle on the


rnachne is the proper size.

lifting link (6) along the slot of the feed regulater (7) so as

Tum balance wheel (1) clock-wise frst a.s shown in

move fue stitch regulating screw stud (5) outward; to obtain

Fig. 1 until the needle bar is in its hghest position. Loosen

a shorter stitch, move it inward. Then retighten the stitch

fue needle clamp screw (3) by tuming it dock wise with the

regulating screw stud (5).

spanner

5.Regulating Stitch Width

(2) (Fig .4) supplied

with t.he machine,

and

to obtain a longer or shorter stitch. To obtain longer stitch ,

To regulate the stitch width, the positions both for

exchange the needle (4) for a suitable one. machine,and


exchange the needle (4) for a suitable one.
Take care to make sure that
l.) The stem of the needle is inserten fully as far as it
will go into the end of the needle bushing.
2.) The long groove of the needle(i. e. the side without
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knife and loop nger have to be regulated at the same


time. First loosen the screw (8) o the .knfe guard bracket
(shown in Fig.I) and move the knife guard bracket (9)
together with the knfs guard (10) to the right. Then loosen
the

srrew

(11)

of

the

lower
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knife

holder

with

screwdriver

and tum its adjusting screw(12) with the hand

so as to move the lower knife holder toward the left or right


side to reach the required position. Then tighten the screw
(11) of the lower knife holder. Fin ally , move the knife guard
bracket (9) to the left until the left end of the knife guard
(10) touches the upper blade (13) gently. Then tighten the

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screw (8) of the knife holder.


To obtain a wider sttch width, move "the lower knife
holder' to the right: lo obtain a narrower sttch width, move
it to the left.

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To regulate the loop finger on presser foot, loosen the

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screw (14) of the loop finger on the presser foot first, then

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move the loop finger (15) along the slot of the presser foot
toward the right or left sides, in accordance
tion of the knife. After determinng

with the pos-

its position, retighten

the screw (14) of the loop finger.


6. Threading the Needle (see Fig.6)

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33

Place the bobbin on the spool pin and then thread in


order as indicated with arrows. (see Fig.6.)
16 -+18 -'+ 19 -+20 -+21 -+23 -+25 right side -+26 -+27
back r- d.

7.Threading for the Small Looper

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Tum the balance wheel until the needle bar is raised to

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its highest position. Slide the cloth plate (28) (see Fig. 1) to
the left, and place the bobbin on the spool pino Then thread
in order as indicated with arrows. (see Figs. 7-S) 29 -+30 -+
32 -+34 -+36 -+37 -+38-+40 -+42 -+43
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8. Threading for the Big Looper
Pull down the right side cover (44). Turn the balance
wheel clockwise until the needle bar rises to its highest
position, and place the bobbin on the spool pino Then
thread in order as indicated with arrows. (see Fig.9)
42 -+45 -+46- 48 -+ 50 -+ 52 inside -+ 54 -+52 outside -+

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9.Starting and Finishing Sewing
When starting sewing, rst lift up the presser foot with
the presser foot lifter or pedal, allowing the workpiece
be placed
workpiece

under the presser


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to

foot so as to keep the

be placed under the presser foot so as

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the workpiece parallel with the right side of the presser foot.
Then put down the presser foot to begin sewing.
In sewing, no pressure- should be exerted to push or
pull the workpiece which needs only a gentle guiding in
order to go forward in the required direction.

workpiece until the thread chain has fonned will help to

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10.Adjusting the Thread to a Suitable Tightness
Before cornmencing regular sewing, it is necessary to
make a trial run in order to adjust the threads to a tightness suitable to the nature of the workpiece, since this will
greatly affect the sewing stitch.
A correct

After each stitching is over, continue to sew without a

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cross knot woven by the Three- Thread

Overlock industrial sewing machine should be interweaved


on the middle edge of the workpiece,

fasten the stitch. Then cut off the chain with a pair of scs-

A stitch woven on the upper edge may be attributed to

sors or the knife and remove the workpiece. Be sure not to

the thread tension of big looper (L e the thread on the

break the chain by pulling or the needle will be bent.

surface of workpiece) being too tight or the thread tension

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of small looper(i. e. the thread on the back of workpiece)

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beng lo loose.
A stitch woven on the lower edge may be attributed to
the thread tension of big looper being too loose or the
thread tension of small looper being too tght,
The tension nut (59) (see Fig.7) can be used to adjust

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the tension of thread of the needle as well a the big and
smallloopers.
If no satisfactory stitches can be obtained after adjus-

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threads of the big and small loopers will not be interwoven


neatly on the middle edge of the wrkpiece unless the
thread of the needle is sufficiently tight.

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Maintenance and Repair

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1.Routine Maintenance and Repair


If the machne is in constant use, the oil positions will

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have to be lubricated once every 4 hours. Clean spindle oil

2. iJijitUJJ

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(.w, IIJ 1) :

to be used. Never use any other lubricative oil, especially

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-20-

vegetable oil of any kind or the service life of the machine


may be affected
All parts of the machine should constantly be kept
clean. A periodical inspection of its temperature ls also nec-21-

essary. If any disorder or abnormal noise occurs, a careful


check and correction should be made at once so as to avoid
allowing minor problems to be come major ones.
Under normal conditions, minor maintenance should
be conducted

every month,

while cleaning and major

mantenance should be conducted once every six months,

lower blade (62) into the slot of the lower knife seat with the
rght hand until the blade edge is -Ievel with but does not
exceed the upper surface of the throat plate (66). Then
tighten the nut (65) on the lower knife seat 'with the left
hand.
The upper blade is to be mounted in the following way.

Before usng for the first time after a long period of idle, a
major maintenance and inspection will have to be made.
2. Changing the Blade (se e Fi.g.1)
Loosen the screw (8) of the knife guard bracket and
move the knife guard bracket (9) to the right. The blade is
to be dismantled and mounted in following way:
Dismantle the upper blade first. Push lightly on the Ieft
end of the cover (60) of the upper knife with the left hand
until the upper blade (13) moves slightly from the lower
blade (62). Then loosen fue knife screw (63) with the right
hand. After that, take away the left hand from the cover of
the upper knife.

Turn the balance wheel clockwise until the needle bar


lowers to .its lowest position. Then push lightly on the left
erid of the cover (60) of the upper knife with the left hand
and insert the upper blade (13) into the slot of the upper
knife seat (4)"so as to make the upper blade (13) overlap by
O.5mm with the lower blade (62). Tighten the knife screw
(~3)

with the right hand.

Fnally, move the knife guard

bracket (9) toward the left so as to make the left -end of


knife guard (10) (se e Fig.1) touch gently against the upper
blade (13), and then tighten the screw (8) of the knife guard
bracket.

Then dismantle the lower blade. The lower blade (62)


can be extracted merely by loosening the nut (65) on the
lower knife seat with the left hand.
Then regrnd the dismantled upper and lower blades on
afine

grnding wheel. Care must be taken to retain the

original angle of the blade edge and to prevent over heating


and annealing during grindng.
When mounting the reground

or new blades, the lower

blade has to be mounted before the upper one. Insert the


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-23-

3.Cornrnon Problerns and their Solutions

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Common

1. Dust or fibre has

solution
1. Dismantle the

are uneven I
or incorrect. I

gathered between 1
th E' tenson
.
dISCS, I
I making it impossible to clamp the
thread
. 2. (l)The needle bar 2.

2. Skip stitch

is at improper
height and the
needle is at an
improper height
and direction.

(2)The tip or stem

tension discs
and get rid of
dust and fibre.
(1) Readjust
the needle bar
to its proper
height. Refer
to the method
of selecting
and
setting
needle height
in this manual.
(2) Exchange

of the needle is

the needle for

bent, or tp is

a new suitable

dull,

The type

type and No.

and

No.

has

been incorrectIy
selected.

.EL.

-24-

Recommended

Possible cause

roblems
1. The stitches

-2-

Conunon

Possible cause

roblems
3) Blade is dull.

Recommended
solution
3) Grind upper
and

I
I

hreaks

aged.

blades.

-;1-1-h-p-n-e-e-.d-lf>-k.(1)
The needle No.
thread

lower

is not suitable
for thread No.
(2) Needle hole is

h.(l)

Exchange
for suitable
thread No.

(2) Exchange

coarse or the

for a new

quality of the

needle.

needle is poor.

(3) The quality of

f)

Loop finger.
is

damaged

when sewing
a

(:~)Exchange for

a new needle.

narrower

stitch,

the thread is

a thread of

poor.

better quality

6. The edge of

(4) Refer to the

the stching

loop finger is im-

change upper

proeess has not

relevant. dese

is coarse or

properly adjusted ,

and

been

ription

the

therefore is uns-

blades,

and

uitable to the po-

readjust

the

sition of the knife.

position

of

(4) The

threading
correctly

of

followed,or the

the instruct-

needle thread is

ion

cut.

odge

is untidy.

. Blade is dull, or

too tight.
(5) Blade is dull.

the
nger.

(fl) Grind upper


and

lower

blades.

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6. Grind or ex-

-27-

10wPf

loop

42186171

42054

42042

904 1117

Y"

7?\ca'~rd
i

42182

42184

1373

1407

42005

lf

: ..

42003

228
42253

1~8~

132589

42051

ilJ'ri'~

~u "'" LE
10106

~
42000 ~

228

93

'ir ~

rJ

10107

~~~
42057

~
42154

42150

42105

421061101

Y
324742330

'1'i'
-30-

-31-

Nos.

LlST OF PARTS
Nos.

330

Description

Description

I Frame

Sidf>Cover Screw

85

Presser Lever Lifter Hinge Screw

337 : Feed (front) Regulator lndicator Plate Screw

93

Needle Bar Thread Retainer Screw

378 I Looper(left hand)Lever Connecting Link Hinge Screw

133

I Knife

(movable) Holder Screw

I Screw for Feed (front) Rack Shaft Crank Clampmg

157

and Knife Grinder Knife Holder Bracket Clamping


Screw for Looper (right hand) and Spreader

171

Lever

Connection Guide,Needle Bar Connecting Rod Guide,


and Needle Guard.

175
190

424

I Balance

(front) Dog,Thread (looper

. ,right hand) and Welt Guide.


( looper, right hand) Take - up and Thread (needle)

453

: Set Screw for Feed (front) Eccentric and Thread Uni

; winder Thread Guard Rod


: Set Screw for Feed (front) Eccentric Needle Bar Bushing, Thread (looper, left hand) Tube

464

Thread Unwinder Thread Guard Screw

209

Looper (left hand) Set Screw

228

Needle Bar Thread Retainer Bracket Screw

Presser Foot. Spring Adjusting Pin Set Screw

742 Screw for Frame Top Cover and Throat plate


828

I Tension

904

935

I Machne Cushion Screw

Take-up

208

Wheel SeLScrew

440 I Knife (stationary) Holder Stop Screw

Knife (movable) Lever Connection Cap Screw.

Screw for Looper (right hand) and Spreader,Thread

197

I
I

462

I Screw for Regulator,Fee'd

404 I Knife (movable) Holder Cap Screw

Screw Stud

Needle Bar Connecting Link Hinge Pn Sel Screw

1012 Feed (front) Regulaior Connertion Adjusting SlTew

233

283

Screw for Feed (front) Regulator Stop. Presser Foot

Cap Screw Ior Feed (front) Connecting Rod, Looper


1057 ( right hand ) Spreader Lever Connertion and Necdlc
Bar Connectint Rod

Chaining - off. Thread (looper, left hand) Eyelet

1101 Knife (statonary) Holder Screw

Frame Top Cover Extension Holder Thumb Screw

11171 Welt Guide Regulating Thumb Serew

-32-

-33-

Nos.

Description

Nos.

Description

1132 Feed (back) Connecting Link and Regulator Screw

1437 Cloth Plate Hinge Screw


1444 Feed (back) Regulatng Thumb Screw

1148 , Lifting Lever Stop Screw

1520 Screw Nut for Feed ( front)

12531 Feed (front) Bar Hnge Pin Set Screw

Feed ( front ) Regulator

Connection Rod Hnge ,

Connection

Hinge,

Knife

Grinder Knife Holder Praeket Stop, Knife (movable)

Lever Connection Hnge, and Looper (left hand)

1258 Needle Bar Crank Set Screw


1259 Set Screw for Feed (ront) Regulator, Frame Rot.ary

I Shaft Crank, Looper (right hand)and

Spreader Lever

! Ball Stud, Spreader Lever Hnge Pin Bushing


i Needle Bar Crank Position and Ball Stud.

and

1534 Knife (stationary)

Clamping Stud Thumb Nut

1547 Screw Nut for Knife (stationary) Holder Stop, Lifting


Lever Stop and presser Lever.

1301 Lifting Lever Hinge Screw

1629 Needlle Clamping Nut

1324 Presser Foot Screw

1680 Feed (front) Regulating Screw Stud

1354 Balance Wheel Position Screw

Hnge and Knifetmovahle)

Nut

2102 Tension Dise

1373 : Screw Cor Feed ( front ) Connecting Rod . Regulator

I Connection

Lever Connecting Link Hinge.

u-ver Conne-

ction Hnge

4885 Treadle complete


10106 Needle Bar Thread Retainer Disc
10107 Needle Bar Thread Retainer Spring

1374 Feed (front) Regulatng Screw Stud

10148 Tension Spring

1375 Frame Rotary Shaft Crank Position Screw

17547 Tension(looper,

1376 1KniCe(stationary) Holder Regulatng Thumb Screw

19044 Welt Guide Holder Screw Washpr

right hand) Thread Guide

1377 1 Presser Lever Screw Stud (eccentrie)

3656:3 Oiler (copper plated)

1378 Pressure Regulating Thumb Screw

40247 Needle Bar Connecting Link Hing

1407 Maching Base Thumb Screw for 3 in table (accessor-

42001 Balance Wheel with 424 and 1354


42003 Cloth Plate Extension (lower)

os)

-34-

-35-

1'11I

Nos.

Description

42005 Cloth Plate Lock Spring


42007 Feed (front) Bar Hinge Pin
42008 Feed (front) Connecting Rod
42011 Feed (front) Eccentrlc
42012 Feed (front) Lifting Eccentric
42013 Feed (front) Lifting Eccentric Conection
42014 Feed (front) Regulator
42015 Feed (front) Regulator Connection
42016 Feed (front) Regulator Hinge Stud
42017 Feed (front) Regulator Indicator
'42018 Feed (front) Regulator Indicator Plate
42021 Feed (front) Bock Shaft Crank with 157
42023 Frame Rotary Shaft
42024 Frame Rotary Shaft Bushiug (front)
42025 Frame Rotary Shaft Crank with 1259,1375.
42026 Frame Rotary Shaft Flanged Bushing (back)
42027 Frame Side Cover (left)
42028 Frame Side Cover (right) hinged
42029 Frame Top Cover
42030 Frame Top Cover Extension
42035 Knife (movable) Holder
42037 Knife (movable) Holder Cap
42038 Knife (movable) Holder Guide
42039 Knife (movable) Holder Guide Plate
42040 Knife (movable) Holder Screw Extension Pin

~
-42041

Description
Knife (movable) Holder Spring

42042

Knife (rnovable) Lever

4204:1

Knife (movable) Lever Connection

42045

Knife(movable)Lever Hinge Stud and Presser Lever


Hinge Stud

4204fl

Kni[(' (s1.a1.ionary)with 42049

42048

Knife (stationary)

42051

Looper (left hand) Lever

42052

Looper (left hand) Lever Connection Link

420fi:

Looper (left hand) Lever Hinge S1.\lO

42054

Needle Bar

42055

Needle Bar Connecting Link

42057

Needle Bar Connecting Rod

42061

Needle Bar Connecting Bracket

42066

Needle Guar

420()9

Presser Lever

42070

Presser Lever Lift.er

42071

Presser Lever Spring

42072

Spreader

42073

Looper (right hand) and Spreader Lever

42074

Looper (right hand) and Spreader Lever Ball Stud,

Clamping Stud

Ncelle Bar Crank(back)Ball

Stud

420711 Loopcr(right hand) and Spreader Lever Conneetion

-36-37-

Nos.

Description

42071

Looper (right hand) and Spreader Lever Connection


Guide, Needle Bar Connecting Rod Guide

Nos.

Description

42112 Knife (movable) Gib


42114 Looper (left hand)
42115 Needle Bar Thread Retainer Bracket

42078

Looper (right hand) and Spreader Lever Hinge Pin

42079

Feed (front ) Rock Shaft Hinge Pin Bushing, Looper

42130 Lifting Lever

(right hand) and Spreader Lever Hinge Pin Bushing

42131 Lifting Lever Bracket

42082

Tension (needle thread) Thread Guide,

42132 Lifting Lever Spring

42083

Thread (looper.Iet hand)Eyelt

42145 Cloth Plate for 42146

42084

Thread (looper.Iet hand)Tube

42147 Feed (back) Bar

42086

Machine Base With three wood screws

42148 Feed (back) Connecting Link

42089

Wrench for 1324,1374 and 1629(acessories)

42149 Feed (back) Dog

42093

Thread (looper, right hand)Staple

42150 Feed (back) Regulator

42096

Thread (needle) Eyelet

42151 Feed (front) Bar

42098

Feed (front ) Rock Shaft Pin

42101

Frame Side Cover (right) Lock Spring

42102

Frame Top Cover Extension Holder

42103

Needle Bar Crank (back)

42104

Needle bar Crank (Iront)

42105

Needle bar Crank Shaft

42106

Looper (right hand) and Spreader Lever Connection

42186 Throat Plate for 42149 and 42184

Oil Tube and Bracket

42188 Welt Guide (hinged)

42108

Cloth Plate Extension upper)

42189 Welt Guide Holder

42111

Knife (rnovable)

42253 Needle Bar Bushing for 42251

42127 Thread (looper, right hand) Take-up

42153 Feed (front) Eccentric Cover


42154 Feed (front) Rock Shaft
42162 Thread (needle) Take-up
42166 Looper (right hand)
42182 Feed (ront) Dog
42184 Presser Foot Chaining -off Fnger
42185 Presser Foot (spring hinged) complete

22539 Spool Stand complete


-

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7.Accessories and Spare Parts


Deseription

No.

Amount
one peso

Accessories

Oiler, filled with sewing machine oil

one peso

Needle, type GN

ten peso

Threading

one peso
one peso

Screw drivers, flat head.


50 x 3
65 x 5
Woodscrews

Wrench. small

one peso

box

x ]

one peso

tweezer

-40-

six peso