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  • SINGER 14SH654 (Pages: 10)

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      SERGER MODEL 14SH654 DETAILED THREADING GUIDE 3 / 4 – Thread Sergers © 2005 SINGER SEWING COMPANY Step 1: Threading the Upper Guides: • Make sure the thread slips under the guide located on the top at the back of the serger. • Insert the thread by slipping
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      Step 2: Threading Upper Looper: (ORANGE) • Always begin threading your serger by starting with the upper (orange) looper. • Slip the thread behind the first guide directly below the tension dial from right to left. • Slip the thread behind the next 4 guides
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      Photo #1 Step 3: Threading Lower Looper: (YELLOW) • Slip the thread behind the first guide directly below the tension dial from right to left. • Slip thread behind the 4 yellow thread guides (these are indicated by yellow dots below the guide). • Slip thread
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      Lower Looper Threading Continued: Photo #2 Photo #3
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      Photo #1 Step 4: Threading the Right Needle: (GREEN) • Slip the thread under the first guide directly below the tension dial, and then under the guide just to the left of the first guide. • Run the thread over the top thread path indicated by a green dot
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      Step 5: Threading the Left Needle: (BLUE) • Slip the thread under the first guide directly below the tension dial. • Run the thread over the bottom thread path indicated by a blue dot as shown. • Thread through wire guide B located at the top of the left
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      Step 6: Adjusting Width Adjustment Knob It is important to set the width adjustment knob to the correct setting, as this will affect the quality of your stitch. Your serger is pre-set to the R setting at the factory. • Disengage upper knife by pulling knife
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      Step 7: Threading Tips for the Serger • Use good quality serger thread. This thread is sold in larger 3000 yd. spools at most fabric and sewing retailers. • Use the same brand of thread in all tensions, do not mix and match brands. • Use the same size spools
 

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