User manual PFAFF 138-6
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Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.
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• Work on the electrical equipment of ttre machine must only be carried out by electricians or other persons who have boon instructed accordingly. Apanthorn the permIssIble deviations according to DIN 57105, ansI voe 0105, work on One pets and eqndproent In not per , sltlod. 1 his 3 durch
Before you put a new machine into operation, wipe all bright metal parts with a clean rag. Apply a few drops of kerosene to all oiling points marked red on the machine (end by arrows in Figs. [. . . ] reverse sewing
Push feed regutator lever S up as far as it wilt go and hold in there. Regulating the needle thread tension
Always lower the presser bar before you regulate the needle thread tension. To increase the ten sion, turn knurled nut I or 2 clockwise, to de crease the tension, turn It counter-clockwise. Regulating the bobbin thread tension
Turn the regulating screw clockwise for a tighter tension, or counter-clockwise for a weaker ten sion. Stichiage links Hebel H in Stellung: I II = Stichlaga mute
Setting the needle position
Lever H serves to Set the needle position. Its three
positions are as follows: left needle position central needle position II Ill = Tight needle position The needle position can be changed during sew ing. However, when the machine is not in operation, always raise the needle belore you change the needle positron. Regulating the stitch width
The stitch width is regulated by turning knob G. When knob 0 is turned so that pointer Z points at 0, the machine sews straight stitches. Grill 0 Tirehen, so dali
Locking the stitch width slide in position
lighten screw B. When knob G is turned back after a change in stitch width, the original setting will thus be restored exactly. Regulating the pressure on the material
The presser foot pressure must be adapted to the material being sewn. Heavy and stiff materials require a stronger pressure, while light and thin materials are sewn with a weaker presser foot pressure. Turn regulaling screw V clockwise for a stronger pressure, or counter-clockwise for a weaker pres sure. Raising the presser foot
The presser foot can be raised by means of the hand lever at the back of the machine head or by operating the knee lever. On , noublnon 015 Slop rnol only
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y Clesn the sewing hook and the parts in its vicinit each day. To do this, switch off the machine, take the off the needle plate and remove the dust In hook area with a soft brush. For a thorough cleaning or for removing thread s: jamming in the hook raceway, proceed as follow Take out screw a and remove the hook gib. Mark the length of the buttonhole on the fabric and sew the buttonhole as follows (Fig. 21): Sew the first buttonhole seam up to the mark, leaving the needle in the fabric on the right side of its throw. 21>:
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Raise the presser foot, turn the fabric dodewise through 180° end lower the presser fool again. Stitches, slightly closing together the button hole end to reduce the length of the bartack. [. . . ] For thin fabrics a wide guide, and for thicker fabrics a narrowguide is used. To change the guide, simply pullout the old guide and Insert the new one. 3mm, Adjust the position of the blindslitching foot by means of lever can that the needle throw is exactly halved by the center line of the toot. For sewing thin fabrics adjust bight limiting screws and g with the aid of a screwdriver so that the needle will be slightty deflected. [. . . ]
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