S operation switches, Sewing speed umiter control, Operation switches – SINGER 1500 Izek User Manual
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SEWING SPEED UMITER CONTROL
STARTING/STOPPING the MACHINE
When using only the power line cord, when the start/stop switch is pushed,
the machine starts slowly, and when the switch is pushed once more, the
needle moves and stops at its highest position.
When using foot control, simply press your foot on pedal until you reach a
slow even speed. Never try to sew too fast. The harder you push, the faster
the machine will sew. Release pressure on foot pedal to stop the machine.
NOTE: When foot control is connected, start/stop switch cannot be used.
NEEDLE UP/DOWN SWITCH
When the needle up/down switch is pushed, the needle moves and stops at
its lowest position. If the switch is pushed once more, the needle moves and
stops at its highest position. These operations can be repeated in order to
sew basting stitches.
REVERSE STITCH SWITCH
Reverse sewing is carried out while the reverse stitch switch is pushed (only
for normal sewing). (The stitch length will be about 2 mm.)
NOTE: If the power cord is disconnected from the wall outlet during sewing,
or if the sewing machine stops due to a power outage, the sewing
machine will not operate immediately even when the power is restored,
To start the sewing machine again, turn the power switch to OFF and
then back to ON again, and then start the machine.
The top sewing speed is set by using the sewing
speed control in conjunction with the foot control.
The sewing speed control is moved horizontally to
determine the zone of speed required.
Regardless of the setting, the maximum speed may
be limited for selected patterns.
NOTE: When using the foot control, on the low
setting the machine will not sew faster than
a certain speed, even when the foot control
is fully depressed.
Red light indicates that the machine is in operation.
Green light indicates that the machine is ready to start.
Flashing red light will be indicated if error should occur
or the machine becomes out of order. Flashing only for 2
- 3 seconds shows that an incorrect operation is
made.Continuous flashing indicates that the machine