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GENERALDIRECTIONSFOR MECHANICS

Thls manual has been complled for the use of the technical and repair personnel that takes care of the after-sales intended nalnly is service for our ELNA sewing machines. It to be of practlcal to the ELNA mechanLc ln his

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The perfect maintenance of our ELNA sewing machines requires as a mechanic. We are today reprea general baslc tralnlng chlef more 100 than countries, where well-trained sented in consldered be wtro can nechanlcs and nechanlcs are available, of new our nachlnes. A basic tralnlng experts ln repairlng mechanics can thus be glven under very favourable conditlons. We have therefore refrained fron publishing complete inmodelsrbut have prefor assenbling our different structions ferred only to work out a

however , concer ning as T h ey co n ta l n a L l e ssentlal detalls, our varlous types of machinesr but sembllng and regulatlng tfre need for a general basic knowLedge and do not ellninat! trainlng by a chlef mechanic. The ELNA tool an lntroductory parts are the nechanicst mosb catalogue klt and the spare reAll the sPare parts are faithful-ly important equipment. -thl posltlon with and prbduced tn catalogue, 1n their exact thelr deslgn numbers. for malnthe lnstrrrctions We have taken care to lllustrate par ts possible. ar e- show n the AlL as t e n an ce a s co n p l e te l y I's as text The nachl,ne. the as they have t,o be Uuift lnto mentloning to short as possibl-e. Wc have conflned ourselves sequence how the sPare parts for ELNA sewlng in a logital nachinei are to be assembled and more detalled infornation is only glven for detalls that do not strike the ey9. To d i s n a n tl 6 ttre n a ch i n es, sinply pr oceed in the opposlte' sens e. Certaln repalrsr otr which the perfect_ functLoning of the depends, are deal-t with separately at naehlne p"rttcuiarly for each model. the end of the lnstructions


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Ue recommend that you follow the prescribed sequence when assembling the nachine. This nakes it possible for you to assemble or disrnantle all the parts in the easiest way and important in a minimum of tine. This is particularl-y when renoving

onlv a linited

number gf parts

parts are loglcally for repair purposes. The dlfferent grouped, according to their purPose and aim. If not more Fart,i than absoluiely necessary are remcved, time is saved and repair costs lowered. When assembling and regUlating the ELNA sewing_nachines, it is indispensabLe for you to be in possession of the appropriate tools and necessary gauges.


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Sp e ci a l H i n ts after Every mechanic must be in a position, t i o n o f th e ma ch i n e , to say with cer balnty, chine is working properly or, if necessary, n e e d e d . T h e w a y h o w to pr oceed is explained m a n u a l n l n tro d u cti o n to M inor Repair sn.

a quick examinawhether the m awhat repair is in detail ln our

0ften a mechanic is asked to call on customers and finds and that the complaint is that the ELNA is working perfectly only due to non-observation of a certain passage of the ins t r u cti o n b o o kl e t. T h er efor e, if the defect is not obvious , the customer should be asked to operate the nachine and then watch, to see

- w he th e r a co rre ct n eedle ( system and sizel is used and w h e th e r i t i s p ro p e rly inser ted, - w he th e r th e u p p e r a nd lower thr eads ar e cor r ectly chosen a n d th re a d e d , - w he th e r th e d i ffe re n t adjustm ents have been made pr oper ly , - w he th e r th e th re a d tensions ar e set at the cor r ect

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By proceeding in this manner, it is in rnost cases possibLe t b i i n d o u t w h e th e r the customer ts com plaint was justified or not. Every nechanic must know that it is often of Sâ‚Źrious Consequence, if a customer has to send her machine should happen r epeatedly, the ELNA IS i n f or re p a fr. If-th l 3 that are due to reputation will surely suffer. Difficulties knowledge should therefore Senre a customerts insufficient In cases of genuine Coiland better. further her to instruct plaints, it goes without saying that they have to be renedied

Before taking any work in hand, make sure that the work bench get into the ctean so that no dust or filings is absolutelf machine and provoke disorders in the course of assembly. T h e p a rts o f th e ma chine, especially those which ar e paint ed, must under all circunchromiun-pLated or nickel-plated, s t a nce s b e h a n d l e d ve ry car efully. The parts have to be assembled in such a manner, that the e n t i i e me ch a n i sm tu rn s as fr eely as its functlon r equir es. ever y moving par t, check - to see T h e r e fo re , a fte r fi tti n g If hard spots are noticedr You must whether ii turns freely. find out what they are due to, without, exception. They are t h e n to b e re me d i e d . Greasing the Machine th e machine Multifak No.2 gr ease ( Cl]!ex 0i 1 F o r l u b ri ca ti n g ' IBRB" I C o . ) i s u se d .. If Mu l ti fak No. 2 is not available, g r e ase (V a cu u m Oi l C onpany) will also be suitable. 0iling

the Machine

T o oi l th e ma ch i n e , 'fAr ctic 0i1 Light' r , supplied by the th e Va c u u m 0 i 1 C o ., sh o u l d be used. If it is not available, f o l l o w i n g o th e r b ra n d s can be used: 1 . S/V -,l tfrfte0 i 1 3 0 9 ; supplier s: Vacuum 0i1 Co. 2 . C a l t e x H o m eL u b r i c a n t l s u p p l i e r s : C a l t e x 0 i 1 C o ' 3. Capella 0i1 AA; suppliersl Caltex 0i1 Co. 4. Sphinxoline; suppliers: M.L. Paris


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Se l f - l u b ri ca ti n g b e a ri ngs m ust not com e into contact with k e r o se n e o r a n y o th e r deter gents but only with oil. Be part i c u l a rl y ca re fu l w h e n cleanlng with ker osene. Befor e assembling the mgchine, bhe bearin.qs should be soaked in oil again. (Exception: the bobbin winder - it must never be oiled ) . With the exception of the thumb serew No. 71ItI37 (for the f i x a t io n o f th e fo o t ) of the cloth pr esser bar and the t h r e a d e d h o l e s o n th e cover of the fr ee ar m and the base plate of the flat bed models (for the fixation of special accessories) which have English threads, the metric svsten i s u se d fo r a l l th e sc r ews and thr eaded hoLes. Se w in g S a mp l e s a fte r

a R,epair Job

Be f o re g i vi n g th e ma chine b a c k t o a c u s t o m e r , e v e r y m e c h a n i c shouLd make sure that the machine is in perfect running o r d e r . 0 n 1 y a fte r a sa mple h a s b e e n s e w n t o y o u r f u l l s a t i s faction with the repaired machine, is it to be considered a s p r o p e rl y re p a i re d , The following samples shoulci be sewn: a. 0n all

l,lodels:

1 . T h re a d th e n a ch i ne with dar nlns thr ead and dar n a hol ,e o n o rd i n ;rry n a te rial. 2 . S e w a fe w stra i g ht seam s for war ds and backwar ds with ordinary sewing thread. 3. Try the particuLar job the customer complained about. 4. Check the bobbin winder. b, 0n Zie Zae Machines: 5. Sew a satin

stlteh

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6. Make a buttonhole.

c . O n S u p e rma ti c U l a ch ines: 7 . T u rki sh H e msti tch with Elna- disc 10L at widths ttztl and rt4tr on single and double materia]. 8. Sew pattern No. 107. 9 . Ma ke a b u tto n h o l e with the buttonhole disc, pr ovided th e ma ch i n e i s e quipped with it, other wise with Elnadisc 03.


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d. On Autonatic Machines: 10. Sew a scallop stitch

(Elna-disc 05) at widths

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1 1 . Ma ke a b u tto n h ole with Elna- disc

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D u e to th e fa ct th a t we ar e continuously impr oving our EL N A ar e bound to occur fr om s e wi n g ma ch i n e s, ce rtain alter ations t i m e to ti me . T h e y a re br ought to our sales or ganizationsr which ar e a t b en ti .o n i n o u r " T e chnical Infor r nation Bulletinst' ; p u b l i sh e d p e ri o d i ca l l y. PLease always m ake a note of these alterations. Ev e ry me ch a n i c i s to a gr eat extent and decisively r espons i bl e for a good customer service. Let us not forget that the ELNATS g o o d n a me d e p e n d s fi rst and for em ost on a Perfect Customer Service. W e mu st th e re fo re trusted with very is well done also tions that follow jective.

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GENERAT EXPIANAIIONS Below you rill find a few indications that deal with the naintenance of, the repairs to and changing the voltage of the various motors i 1. TAVAROmotors nos 500t890 and 500f958 wlth adjustable rheostat: These rere used, starting wlth nachlne number L83t540, for our flrst EINA and are divlded lnto groups that have been glven Roman numerals I to VII. Since the notors no. 500t89O are equlpped with batl- bearings, their armature cannot be replaced. The anratures for the notors no. 500f958, however, have self-lubricating bearings and are lnterchangeable. 2. TAVAROmotors no. 500t970 with adjustable rheostat : These motors were used on our flrst ELNA, beginntng with nachine nr.mber 338tO00, and are dtvlded lnto groups A to E. The arnatures for these motors are easi.ly Lnterchangeable, as they also have self-lubrlcatlng bearings. 3. TAVAROmotors for our L952, 1958 and 1959 nodels, arm or flat bed, nanely i i.

Transforna (Plana)

b. ELNA

ZLg Zag (Plana Ztg Zag)

ELNA ZLg Zag

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(lgSZ Super:matLc (Plana Supermatic ) nodels )

ELNA Autonatl.c

(lgSA and 1959 nodels )

For the standard voltages fron 110 to 250 volts, these motors can be used both wlth alternating as well as direct current. They are divided into five groups A to E. For the Group C motors, however, the upper voltage linit of 160 volts is only valid for alternating cument , 42 cycles. The electrical part of the motors for our 1952 models and for our 1958 and 1959 models Ls ldentlcal. These motors nerely differ ln respect of the notor support and the posltion of the condenser. The notors contactor,

for our flat bed models have no resl.stance and no slnce these parts are Located in the foot control.

For our free arr models with knee controlr wâ‚Ź moreover supply special motors for the voltages 32, 24 and 20 volts, whleh are designated by the groups F, G and H, respectively, fn order to be able to dlstinguleh for the short lead to the inductor ferent colours (see tables belor). c a n e a si l y b e re p l a ce d.

the motors, the Lnsulatlon colls has been given dtfThe respectlve armatures


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MAINTENA}ICE

When cleaning or otherryise attending should also be checked as follows i

to a machine, the notor

A. Brushes Check the wear of the carbon brushes and, if necessaryr râ‚Źplaee thera. Make sure that the brush springs are not out of shape. 0n the first EINA, excessive lubrication nay cause the oil to run along the light wlre into the motor. In such cases lt is recommendedto hold the carbon brushes over a flane, in order to bura the oil. B. Conmutator In order to avold excessive wâ‚Źar of the brushes, the surface of the conmutator must be very smooth. If the comnutator should be a bit norn, Lt must be pollshed with a special rArkansasn s t o n e . N e ve r u se e me ry-cloth for thls. For cleaning the conmutators, dampen the felt at the end of then press the felt sllghtly motor runnLng. l{Lth the piece end of the cleaning stick the and the commutator pollshed.

nServisoLn must be used. Slnply the cleaning stlck with lt and against the commutator wlth the of leather fastened to the other nServisol-fi1m" ls then dried

It uray sometl,mes oecur, in a few rare i-nstances, that the comm u t a t o r o f a mo to r 5 O0 t890 or 5001958 ts gr ey ( not ner ely dirty). It is then not enough to clean lt with nservlsoln. In such cases only, the glass flbre brush raay be used for cleaning the commutator, followed by the above rServlsolrf cleanlng. C. Self-Lubrlcatlng

Bearings

The bearlng felts of the self-lubrlcating noistened with a few drops of o11.

bearlngs are to be

REPAIRS

Motor defects are nost frequently to be attrlbuted to danage to the amature or inductor coils. Thege consist of a prescrlbed number of loops of a very fine wlre, Lnsulated wlth a thLn layer of enamel. If, for any reason whatsoever, an overload of electrlc


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the wire becomes overheated current passes through the coils, and the enamel layer cracks. The wire loops then come lnto conwhi.ch may tact with each other, thus producing short-circuits, considerably modlfy the resistance of the coils. This may even result in the wire meLting, whereby the current is interrupted. naA short-circuit can also be caused by defective insulatlng terlal. A. Checking the Motor ln the Machine If the machine no longer attains the prescribed number of r ^ . p . o .s i t i s o fte n p ossible to deter r lne a defectlve motor by holding the flynheel back by hand. If you feel that the when one or two positions motor is dead at certain positions, play, the defect is generally to be of the contactor are in armaturer Proattributed or interrupted to a short-circulted vided, of course, that no fault has been found in the nechanical part of the machine beforehand. B. Checking the Motor wlth

the Test Lanp

T h e te st l a n p d e scri b e d in the TIB no. 11 will enable you to in the coils of the motor or any shortdetertine interruptions with the nass of the motor. This test is to be carcircuits i ried out as follows I.

W i th Mo to r F i tte d Check between points A and K of the notor (see drawing p a g e 8 6 5 ), b u t i n doing so, make sur e that all the blad es of the contactor are connected with the knee lever. If the bu l b o f th e te st l a np does not light up, the electr ic at a certain circuit of the motor has been internrpted point that still has to be determined. For thls purPose ELNA or the motors of our the motor casing of the first m ust be r em oved fr on the mac hi ne. a n d nodels 1 9 5 8 1 9 5 9 1952,

2. With Motor Rernoved rr. Place one contact pln at point A and touch the points B, C , D e tc., i n tur n, with the other contact Pln, unti l wtII be up. The interruptlon the buLb no longer lights up found between the last point where the bulb lights and the f irst point where it rernains out. with the mass. For b. Check for a possible short-circult thls purpose one contact Pin is to be placed on the iron part of the armature (M) and the other contact pin at polnts A, B, C etc. During this test the buJ-b


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should not llght up. If tt does, the rnotor ls shortcircuLted with the mass, L.e. a wire wtth defective ingulatlon has come ln contact with the netaL part of the motor. By rerao?ing the carbon brushes, it ls then posslb]-e, uslng the test lanp, to find out whether the Ls ln the arnature or the inductorshort-cLrcuit C. Control of the Inductor CoiLs by Means of the Ohnneter If lt shonld not have been posslble to deternl.ne an lnterwlth the nass on a defectl,ve motor ruptlon or short-clrcuit the armature and the inductor cotls lanP, test by using the are to be checked bv meatls of tlre- lhulqeter..

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Arnature a. Mark one of the seetors of the conmutator, and starttng at thls point neasure the ohmic resistance between every two conseeutive contact plates. The resistances observed shouLd correspond to the fol-lowing tables. b. If the reeLstances thus measured are normal, measure the resistance of the entire armature between the brushes by touchJ.ng the brush carriers with the contact pins, turn- _ lng the arnatures slowly by hand. The deviations measured should not exceed L5 % of the normal reeistance'

2 . @ Measure the ohmle resistance of the inductor coils between the two leads, The values measured correspond to the lndtcations contained in our tables. If, when testing the arnrature as described under "8t, or when ch6cking the inductor coils, it is found that one or rnore of the resistances measured are niI, or are considerably below the fJ.gures given in our tables, this means that the coil or the respective coils are short-circulted. If the resistance neasured is considerably htgher, the respective eoll or colls are ruptured D . Intermittent

Break-Downs and Irregular

Speeds

It may occur that the speed of a motor varles after it has It may also change abruptly for been in use for some tine. no apparent reason. This can be caused by a temporary shortin one of the inductor coils or in the armaturer Pfocircult vlded no cause for thls can be found in the mechanlcal part. Such short-circuits are Yery hard to find out with the Ohnmeter. In these rare instances, it is best to look for the changing the armature; tf thls cause of the defect by flrst does not help, the inductor coils nust be changed one after the other.


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CHANGINGTHE VOITAGE The followlng tables may be consulted for changing the voltage. They show which Parts have to be exchanged. The ar:matures can be used for various motor grouPs (examPle i armature no. 722t10L for our 1952, l-958 and 1959 nodels c a n b e u se d fo r g ro ups A and B) . This also holds good for the rheostat, whl,ch ln the two above-mentioned cases has In such and is marked ln yellor. a resl.stance of 126 cases it is only necessary to replace the inductor coils or the conplete inductor for changlng the voltage.

TESTING THE MOTORS ELNA, the motor pLnlon For testtng the motor of a first To test a motor by a turblne L2f002. should be replaced f o r o u r 1 9 5 2 , 1 9 5 8 and 1959 modeLs, a tur bine 121023 wheel. should be fltted in place of the frictlon After the notor being tested has been allowed to run for flve minutes at the nonlnal voltage of its group' lt should attain at least the foLlowtns speed : TAVAROmotors 5OOt890 ) 500 r 958 ) 500 ' 9?0 )

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DIS0RDERS

$F I { ,s

REPIACB{ENT0f: Rotary book plnton

o A € L

Electrlcal-Ueobanioal'Sewlng-Sautty

cuplresston

903

d

907

d +l

e&

CONVERSIONI

Drtvlng belt

908

Cbeck EDrtlg

909

lfhreail tnke-uD lever

910

Stltob

wtdlth lmob S

91I

Stltch

widttb loob Z

9le

Stltch

wtdtb knob AZ

913

Sransforma - Superuatlc

914

Zte T,aB- Supematlc

917

REPAIR OF MOTOR

92L

CONNECTIONS

923

ADJUSI!{ENTS: 1-4

SsedLo Elosratrso S-Z-B Centerlng S-Z

NeeclLe bar swtug S-Z-AA Center!.ng T-8L

950

5- I

Tlntug Orlent. of'nee0Le bar

Selght of nEed1e bar Release can 8-Z-T

95I

9-12

Ouard rtug atop $-Z-t Feerl ctog

Ouard rlng eecap. S-Z-T Presser bar orlentatlon

952

L3-L5

Stltcb Stltoh

Stltcb Stltoh

953

l?-20

BLna-dlgo &rite S-Z-EA Autonatlo oLotb fsetl ButtonhoLe d16a S Bobbln wlnrltng S-Z-T

2L-24

IE!{SIOIS:

25-28

Seed gear

956

29-32

Neeille oLear. EL-EZ-8,A, Cm gear EZ l{eeille bar awlng SZ Centortng EZ-EA

957

Stttch wldlth EZ

958

33

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?,-BL-EZ lelgth length EA

upper - lwcr normal andl unlversal,

o €

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EL . ELI.IA. EZ - ELI'IA Ztg ?.p.g EA, - SLI{A Autonatla

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954 955


90r INTRODUCTION

Thi.s chapter Nevertheless,

is

intendetl

as a rnmory-ald

for

rve can but recomrnend to all

the technical

staff.

who bave to d.o wlth

these questlons:.

1S STOP AT{D THINX I'IRST AND TO ACT AflUjRiiiANDSI ?ho oppostte In otber that

onl-y very seldom leads to good rasults.

words,

very

often

to IO0AIIZE

one ehoultt always try i.t ls the custorer

tbe clefect,

who is to bl.ane for

in nind

keeplng

or even the

lt,

tnstructress. It

is

ln fact

using slt

to rrrepairrr the macbine, 1f tbe cugtoner perslsts

useless

the wrong way. In tnany cases,

lt

ls preferable

lt

down at hor rnacblne and to ehory her a better

unpleasant

ru1e,

lnstrustress

or even a saLesmau has l-ocallzed

no machino sbould be brougbt

to lntervene

OnIy tn qulte es for:

etc..

As a rule,

wilL

avolds

This

repairs

be of a rather

iiiurd, motor anti sewing llght "l.e a consequence, tt

ls

the tiefect.

an

Thls enables th6

local

take-up

or also

nature,

such

lever

Elnagrapb,

l'e.

hook, on tbe other

or rotarlr

cLoth feetl and thread

ln such cases often

whlch geuerally

completely

a machlne gurmredup by the use of

cleantng

nrechanism of needle bar and threatl

tbis

it.

to tlre work'shop before

is tbe macbine tlismantled

cases,

the casings,

ar: inadequate ol1,

tackle

way of uslng

efflclently.

exceptionaL

repaintlng

partially,

to ask the customer to

caLl-backs.

As a general

speclalist

ln

only necessa{f

anounts almost to nothlng,

the problem ptop@rLy. The purpose of thts

guido

lf

tensions. to dtsmantle

one knows liow to

ls preclsely

to explain

ln a general way.

0n the other in prlnciple,

band, pS.ease r'*n;$:;:'[er that to the roverse

dlsmaatling

the seguei]ce of assembly corresponds eequence'


902

*be dlsnantllrg

operatlons are numbered wlth J.l'ght flguraa

and thoEe for

reassenbLlng wtt* dart flgures. For atlJustnents whlch refer follanlng

abbrevlations

to the varlous models of our rnachlnes, the

havo been used: S

= Superrnatlc

7'

=

T

E Transforrna

EL

3 ELI'IA

Un

= ELI'IA Ztg Zag

EA * Practlcal

Z'tg Z'ag

ELIIL!Automatlo

erperlence llits shr,;'rnthat lt

of the machlne after

is preferable

to check g$! adjustments

instead of conflning oneseLf to those, whj'clt

a repalr,

one conslders to be nec*ssle.rY. One never hows ! The followlng instructlon

exarnples a:ro not lntroduced, to replace the portion of the book entltLerl rt&iinor Dlsorders and Remedlpgtt,but rather to

complement lt.

0ctober 1959

Prlntetl ln Swltzerland


E L I I I , I I N A T I O ! $ O F

tt # H

d

MACHINESLOW

M I N O R D I S ON D 3 R.S

CEEC&I tenelon of maohlue andl oloctrlclty

6

:5tr

supplJ

CoasEutator and oarbol bmsbs

*: {D . : N g+t

Free nrnnlug

k t :{O

01l1ng. Bad o1I Hard polnts SreLltng

of olil nylo!

g€aro

Rotary hook - cleanltnegg Contactor - contaot oa aLl bLadcs DrlvLng b€It too tlgbt Sltpplrg

MACHINETOO FAST

of frtotlon

Yhso1

CffiCK: Teuel.on of, naohlnc anil suPPlY electrlcltY Contaator: illscounsot lagt (one befors lagt) blade bY chanelnA posltton of Ph1111BS gcrew on contact lever

or ro

CN A Fr

o

I

o

+t I

o

I,IACHINESTARTST0 RIIH TOO LATE AND VEAT FAST

CIIECK: Rheostat, by testlng the mtor bobbln nlnder ln aetlon

wlth tbe

FosslbLe bard Polnt Sllppage of the oouPllng 'Wbeu sewlng hsavy or gtl'ff naterlal, lt ls tbo sta$ to eren than lmportant more naoblne nltb the threail take-up tleaoeadlng

HOTORRUNS IRREGULARTY

CTIECK: the notor only starts 'angular Posltlons:

to nrn ln certaln

a::nature ls ProbablY sborted Hard polnt tn the Slnagrapb: (aiUuet play of El.nagrapb plnlon) Tb

e k

f|

&

E

Whethsr ooupllng s}lPs

rr@


E L I M I N A T I O N O F !{OTORDOESNOTRI'I{ it

U I N O R D I S O R D E ' RS

CffiCK:

JIH

lffhether the curr"etrt roaches the naoblne

€ t

Eleotrlc

FI

tn asr

oord anil conneetlons

l{betber the eerrlng }lght

dtl

,&fi

llotor

frrnstlons

alone

Motor oonneotlons Carbon brusbee aad connrtator

SSI'JI}IGLIGHT DOES NOT FUNCTION

of lnductor

ahortlng

Posslble

or armture

CIIEOK: current

Whetbr

rgaobos nachtne

Srltch Connecttons Bulb Contaots

s

MACHINENOISY

CHECK: Xalstenance - otlhg

or d

fr

RotarJr hook

{t

Iooallze nolse ln orcler to ellnlnate rnost casee by reduclng alealanoes

Io

t !{ACHINE BTOCKEDOR T{ARDPOINT

CESCK: Rotary hook Sorelgn bodles ln tb AdJustmnt

THREADBREAKAgE

Lt ' 1n

naohlne

of, playe

CIIECK: Throadlng Needle Tenglons Rotery book

3 k 'r'

E

Upper and lower threade Cholce anct qualltY Faulty

(tbreati paeeagoe )

of threads

compensatlng sPrlng

Ifee(Ue plate

- darnlng Plato


E I I I { I I A T I O N

C 6E

rl

STITCHINC TRREGOLAR I,EFT OUTSTITCHES

FI

,uk

O F

M I N O R ' D I S O R D g B S CHECK: Berrlou ilevlces (dfr*y) Needle (taAty placeil, ooupletely, bcut)

ss f,s Ft9 r{ +l

not pushed up

Needle olamP lfeedle olearance Eelgbt'of

CLOTHFEED DEFECTIVE

needle bar

C}IECK: liloedle plato

(wrongl-y placed)

Ilelght of feed dog Feeil dog (dlrty) In oaeo of ctrcuLar cloth feed, aheok whsther the llfber blade le not ellghtty twleted In exceptlonal oases, lt is poeslble that exaggerateil thread tenslons eause a defestlve cloth f,sed

s

VERY FINE MATERTATS

?ry to clecenter the needle to the left to th€ rlght

BISC BTNTONHOLE

Bent neeclle

I{EEDLEBREAKAGE &r when sewing forsards

CIIECK:

Ctr Fl

t

or

!

I I

Baclly set tensions Customer pulls

tbe work

Knotted tbread Thr'eadl caugbt ln tbe hook Lower tenglon badlY tbreaded Upper guard rlng

b . shen sewing backvrards

dlsPlacod

Neetlle trvlgted whlle puUlng up tho tbread Stltch too loug (a seam flnlshed off wltb abort gtltcheg holds better) Speed batlly adlaPtetl Reverslng of olotb feed rrblle tb ls runnlng

C.

whlle

darnlng

s \!-

.

r

Work 1g rcvoil too abruPtlY Teuglons too strong

t{ l

8, o Ei

naabine

d . durtng

enbroldery

Bad!.y oontrolLed Autonatlc

noveuent of tbe boop

oloth feeil

Faatenlng of the ELna-dtEo

t95


E L T I I { I N . . IA OT N

d

ctr

v { g

O F

M I N O R

D I S O R D E R S

FAULTYSUPPRESSION

CITECK:

B. Ba dl o

Tfbether no other donsstlc appllance is at fault

?+ 4 h

3 S

Condenser

Fl€ ;l .rl |{l A O

,lave lengths used Coatacts SeIf on connections Comrutator

b . T e l e vi sl o n

Dlstortton

of the Ploture

Sound. Ftttlne

of self

0arbon bnrshes - cormnrtator

cn ro or ?1 l{

po

o

+t t,

o

e F{

\

?a 6 A

o ct


R T P L A C B I I t r T O I DIBI|[TI,INO

N O T A R Y

B O O T

P I T I O T aeqlY

I 5E 7t < t h

E S C P

t{

fhcn flrtt

rl

tua

2

1rlaotlg at rtgbt,

k '

t* rltgEt Brcaeurc to o _ t t^ ilog Support feeil rlth gcrer-ilrive- '-"

to unaerer

/

tc

h A

)=-actloa

l:i\

I

6Eg \*/

of

F(D-

I

Icu eprlag

5 -

F

GD

E or

4 Gauge llrool ( 60?t BoI)

A

h

o I o +' g o

a

Incert book J l\ra poht 8o that lt ls Juat bcblDd g.ugc Icah hook and lodtgc eultd rlng tcaf

?

Reflt rashcr(s) and ecrcr IDJUADIIIDfo: ENI 5

4. Holil SCBEI dth to acrer-ilrlvcr tlgbtcn ADiltgilEltls

.l

9-10

suppor{ {xD

DOCrltb largc to sCrOr-drtv.r tlgbton terors

i-

AIITIISre$T U

go 6 A

t

To faclritatc %. {fi aseenbly, tuscfl( 1g)rrnrne posttltt 'o7rfU nota poeltlon of, boot plnlon

th.r bc oastly \-'loortcd

ff;L*6 aorrrt

1i

talc oaL thr0 lt fltr unn oarlng


B I P L A C E I I E N T O T DISIATilLD'O

D R I V I U O

B E L T AESEIBLY

T €t

v l Q tl d L

3E . t$

Loosen COU*ffi-

drl

&s

rErcm scmr

2

fbe tlp of tho COI'IIUMEIGTTI SCREI should bc lodgpil ln tbr hole.ln tbo uPper gbaF3 TlgDtcn

0' Supamatla

2

oa$ Flr:

srrrcH ,,ENorH 3

5

g

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t

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s

TIIIre

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5

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I ' P P I R DISI|rEIXO

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T I T S I O T Af'SMBtY

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gi &;

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h

to

g

nan

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N I P L A C I I X N T

T E R I A D

T A T E - U P

L E V E R

5E A d t

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e ld

&a

At thls polnt, tbc oradlc can oflctl bc plvotcd, to lonovc nccallo bar oounccttng rod atrd tbrcall takcup lcvrr. Otbcrrlrc, try to dlsplaoe C6IFTEBWEIcm or CO$IECTUS RODCIIIDB ('r

I

Fl

L

t

8 6

If uncuoccosfirl flerenlts

contlnu.

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o t

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S I I T C E

T I D T E

T T O B

g

DISTANTT,IHC

ASSEIIBLY

I

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!&!; SE AISO TIB

,llghtea the SCREWS sllsbtIy

3s $ 3e7

ffi

2 TrB 34 $ 3?r

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TA/AFTO S.A. Aua|,at

,1960

GtrNE\IA PRr'{TED

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Descriptloa of parts

(n A. Preassenbly of the Front Caslns

I

2 3

Front casing Muslc box Music lrrob brake screws .. 2 Cyllndrlcal tfinttlng key Muslc hob FlywheeI Drlving belt Washer 6 truare locklrg ring 6 . Neetlle bar crank Tbreaded pln Tbreatl take-up lever Needle bar Pb.llllps screw M4 Nut M4 Neetlle clamp Needle cle{rp sctew Tension disc Teosion sprln6 Tenslon hnob Lower shaft SeIf-Iocking brake Driving plnlon tr'eed cam Hook Tbreaded pln M3 Polnted set, screw M3 Pin 1,5 x 12 Belt retaining sprlng 6 Truarc locking rlng 6

4 5 6 7 I 9 10 ll L2 13 I4 I5 I6 L7 I8 19 20 2L 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Washer 33 HaadIe 34 Truarc locklng rtng 4

The parts to be lubrlcated wlth Calter Uulttfak Rrease no. 2 are marketl on tbE drawlng with an asterlsk Before tigbtenlng the screws tt4tt, check whether tbe wlnding key tt$tt and tbe muslc hob rr6tr are centered opposlte the holes ln the front casingrr1|l

Insert tbese parts together iu tbe casing To be pushed agalust 'tlrt unt!]

ariaL play ls ellnlnated

Insert rrl3fr and rrl4rr separately lnto caslng and tben connect them, using ?rlsfr gnd rrl6rf To be fastened on needle be? rrl4n Assemble the tenelon

deviee on the pln

Sgttins tho Tinlns : Place u221t L\ the caslng llom the free a:m slde antl at the same time lnsert trz3tf and ttz4tt. Brlng rfl4rr to its dead lowest polnt (nust be retalned ln eractand place rrSrr over l-v the sama posltiou) ttz4tt, tbe slot of whicb mrst be dlsplaced by { tootb to the rigbt of the top vertlca1 positlon (flg. 1). Fasten trzstr qnd tt26rl provielonally with gcrews tr27rr end rr28rt (ffg. 2; the flual adjustnent of tbe ttnlng and insert 29. w11] be done later) tr34rr on arle, until artal p}ay clls{fusU Lappears.

2 tootb ff<-

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r ' l a \

t /t( \

\\ \I ,i V I l t I \

\1

wt

t-/

./

/T Flg. I

*@ H Flg. 2

B. Preasgenbly of the Rear Casinc

35 36 37 38 39 40

Rear casing Cl-oth presser bar Presser sprr.ng Presser foot lever Foot lever pln Presser bar gutcie

R

Ingert 't36t! ln the lower bearing of tbe casing, place 'r37r on tr36rr 8!d ingert '136rr into the upper bearing of the casing. Attach tr38rt by mea:rs of tr39il on 1136rr, pressing it ln fron the left (fig. 3). Fasten tr3?il witb ff4Ort qnd nake sure tbat tbe end of tr3?rr comes to lie ln tbe groove in rf4Orr (fle. a)

--> q HF LJU Fig.

3

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Fig. 4

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A

to

Renarks

Deecrlptlon of partg

o o

a

4t

Stltch lengtb krob arle Stttsh length }oob Feed clog llagher 4 Tbreadad pln f3 Feecl ilog spring

+2 43 & 45 6

nry)i,

plage

this

ttA3rr qnd rr44tr ln

tUfn

On rr4lrf nncl 6CfSr

eubassenbly fast lu tbe caslng

Screw tr4stt tigh'b ln the caslag. Place tr46'' on rr45rr so tbat lts long end comes to lle agalnst the casing and the short endl againet tt+?tt (tlg. 5), tben bentl tbe long end back behiud tbe erbenslon of tbe feed dog tt43tt

Fig. 5 C. Assembly of the Casinss. Adjustnâ‚Źnts Screw Screw Screw Spool Serew Spool

47 48 49 50 5I 52

U{bes assembllng the caeings nltr ald tt35tr, carâ‚Ź nust be taken that tbe fork of tbe feeil dog tt43n into cam rt2Str. Tbo rbole unlt ig tben fasflts tened together rlth the scrers tt47tt, rr48rr, x49rr andrr5ltr and the spool plu 'rs0n ls faeteuetl ultb gcrew rr5lrl

l{4 l[4 ll4 pln l[4 plu felt

It is now poeeible to proceed wlth : tbe neeille clearance aE follme a. Place a stralgbt

needle Do.80

b. Ioosen tbe screra c. Place the polnt

tbe finol

of tbe tlnlng

adJustuent

ln the necilLe clrlp

rrl?tr.

tt27n aJld rr28'r .

of tbe book beblntl the needle.

the point of the hook ls ouly until d. t\un the flynbeel, eye of tbe needle (aBBroxlnatel.y Ir5 x helght of eye).

1'5 m

e. Displace the hook tr26tt inside tbe neeclle.

its

f . flgbten

anct

of tbe lower gbaft

untll

above the

polnt

grazes

the hook "26tr by neane of tho screw ttzTtt .

g. Check tbe tlnlng

and needle clearance.

the screws rrz7rt and rfZ8rr well b. After conpLetlrg tbe assembly, tlgbten Becure then by strlklng them oa the rin with a puacb. 1. Ioosen the ecrew X4 1t47tt, ln order at tbe end of tbe freE aru.

53l Needle plate 541 Rubber foot I

551 Base 561 Serer U4

For dlmantllns.

to be able to separato

tbe tro

and

caslngs

Separato the tro caslnge eJ.lght1yr lnsert rr53tf so tbat the needle paooes tbrough aad center, tbe center of tbe slot. Faeten rr3Ur ahd rrsstr. When screwing on rrsstr, nake sure that tbe screw tf 56tt at tbe same tlne bolcls the self-Iocking brake rr23rr.

slmpLI proceed ln tbe reverge order


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Eo$,T0 ATm,tiDt0 DIsoRuEns Dlgorders on tbe ELI'IAJunlor are nalnly due to the nachlne bavlng been taken apart by the customer, by it bavlng been dropped or by lnrtivldual parts havlng been lost. A . Uachine Dlmantled bv Cuetomer Depending upon tbe extent to rblcb tt has been taken apart, the nachlne nay be more or less disnantled antl reassenbled correctly. I'or thls, use tb.e tlrarlngs and the above explanatlous as a guld.e. B . Possible Repalrs to a Macbine tbat Has Been Droppgl a. TeEgLqg Pin. Tbread Gulde If tbese parts should no longer be firnly lodgect ln the casi.ag, they nay be tlghtened w1t,h one or two blows wlth a puncb. For the tenslon pin, this ls to be d.oneon the up1.er part of the tbicker wal-l, above tbe pin, and for the thread gulde on the walI thlckness around lt, gg.!$!g!p. of the rear casing. b. Tbreacl Take-Up I.ever If this part is bent or broten, lt nust be replaced. c. Flurbeel Eantlle If this part is bent, lt can be straightened wlth a palr of pllers, but by using a plece of naterlal as a pad, ln orcler not to damageit. If tbe handle nx]s is broken off, the whole upp6r shaft must be replaced.. d. Presser Foot Lever If it is bent, flrst

try to stralghten

it.

Otherryise it nust be replaceci.

c . Sewine If the sewing is faulty, tbreadect.

first

make sure that the nachlne is properly

a. Fallure to Fo:m Stitches Check the needle Fnal, lf necessary, replace lt. clearance.

Check tbe tining

and

b. $kins Stitches Check the needle and, lf necesaary, replace it. needle clearance.

Check the tining

and

c. The Tbread Breaks Cbeck tbe needle and, if necessary, replace it. as welL as the tinlng and needle clearance.

Cbeck tbe teneion tlevice

d. Tenslon is Too lTeak Verify, wbetber the tension devlce has been Broperly assembled. e. Material Is Fed UnevenLy If the stitch lengtb ls lrregular, verlfy wbetber tbe feetl ttog has been properly fltted (;aming).If tbe rnaterlaL ls not fed ln a straight llne, check to see wbetber the presser foot Bresses properly on the feed dog. D . lAuglc Box If tbe wlndlng key or the mtrslc knob touch tbe caalng, Looeen the flratlon screws of tbe muslc bor and center the wlndlng key and nuslc kaob ln tbeir respective holee by dispj-acing the nusic box inelde the caslng. Retigbten tbe fixation gcrews and reassemble the mnchine.


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tist

of Available

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EE oz 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II L2 13 14 15 I6 L7 18 19 20 2L 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

Drawlng Number

Descrlptlon

Uuslc hob brake Sarew M3 Wlncllng key Muslc hob Flywheel Drivlng belt Washer 6 Truarc locking rlng 6 NeecIIe bat' crnnk Threaded pin Thread take-up lever Needle bar gcrer M4 Philllps Nut U4 Neeclle clrynp Neetlle cLanp screr Tenslon dlsc Tenslon sprlng Tenslon hob Lower shaft Self-locklng brake Drivlng plnlon Feed. cam Eook Tbreaded pln M3 Polntetl set screw M3 Pln 1r5 x 12 Belt retainlng sprlng 6 Truarc locklng ring 6

380| 520 714'200 380' 900 380 ' 510 390'051 380| 030 714' tO9 380r 650 390' 150 380 ' 430 380 ' 141 380' 171 7L4t026 714'050 380 | 180 ?11r089 380fr90 380 | 200 380'210 380' 30t 380' 610 380' 3IO 380' 101 380'091 380r501 380 | 630 380 | 360 380' 620 380'650

Xuslc bor

390' 901

Parts

q ot'l a.o

E o zE 32 33 34 36 37 38 39 40 4I 42 43 4 45

+6 47

+8 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60

Deecriptlon

llllaeber Handle Truarc locklng rlng 4 Cloth presser bar Presser spring Presser foot lever Foot lover pin Presser bar gultle Stltch lengtb knob arle Stitch length knob Feetl dog Washer 4 Threatled pln M3 Feed dog spring Screw l[4 Scres l[4 Screr M4 Spoo1 plu Screw l[4 Spool pln felt Neeclle plate Rubber foot Base Screw M4 Spool of thread Screwdriver Flxatlon clemB Carrylng case

(only avallable ln Llnl ed quantltles for repLacement' of clefectlve musta bores) tlgt

r I rront castng

of Parts

Not Supplled

lll l gs II Bear caslng

Draring Nunber

7L4ILLz 380' 290 380'640 390'480 380r450 380'220 380' 340 380 ' 470 380r 130 380 ' tLo 380t 080 380' 350 380 | 590 380f I20 380'240 380 | 250 380 ' 230 380 ' 320 380r230 380r420 3ffi'270 7I5t26L 380'040 380 ' 250 390| 580 380' 570 390| 370 390' 700


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CONTENTS

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I N T R O D U C T ION : Scc tr3

90t

DISORDERS:

Slrc E3

903

INSTALLATION:

Aseenbly

o

N {t

! a

lo0l

of tork-table

a

rl

€ o

\

REPLACF;I.IENTOF 3 Rotary hook plnlon

IOO2

+t

tr belt

1003

Cbeck sprlng

IOO/t

Drlvlng

t{ A

- Thrcad take-up

Assenbly Countenelght

1005

lever - Ncedlc bat connectlng rod

Stltob

rldth

1006

Xnob

c4

€ o\ r{

Cable of tbe press€r

h

foot

lcvcr

o o

lrt rolutlon 2nd solutlon

IO07a IOOr/b

I

,\

c+

)t

o

ADJUSTMENTS: 1-

4

}{eedlr olearanoc

t{eedle bar rlng

Centorlng

t1llne

Ilelgbt

5-

?l

a

9-12

h P E

of accdlo

Stop rprlng

hrd 9tltob

0rlcnt.

bar

tdJ./La.

ahafb

1050

of naod.le bar 1051,

Fccd gcar

Prcaecr bar orlut.

dog

Xrna-dlrc

longth

1052

ilrlvr

a € rl H

f, E

Autonatlc

13-16

cloth

fced

Buttoaholc-d1ro

tcnslon

Loer

1053 Uppor unlveraal

unlvarsrl

tendo


A S S E X B L Y

O F

T O R K

! A B L B

(t

tr al

t{

s

+t ! a FI rl

qt o +,

EI d

&

Tlghten SCRITS rratt alfbo! bavlng cDeche tbat table reatg evenly on lts 4 fect

,:_:!:y Sffi TIA

$ 5e? A/r

o o o\

Pleroe elLentbloakc order to f1r table

rlth

scret

)t

rrbrr in

PLate

ao Sttde notor auBport nfr laterally ndt ls ln coueot tbat drlvlng belt Poeltlon Tlghten ncrt

?l

t'l

o

D E o (, o

a

Flr

xhtt

spool Flt r1il rltb support lu place

rtilr betrcen flat ttolr altd rasherg rloll nutg Tlgbten

rterl

Prese trl! oD sPrlng pln of nln

|D--{6rr 8 ge 9 e

{t

Fasten tbs bobbln rlnder ao that lt iloes not touch tbe drlvlng belt

c

tben tllgclgaged and so

Fl d T{

t{ o t .d H

o F{

.

Faeten support at deglretl betght

I

6 E,I

Sprlng ragbers ndtr betrcen iloil rasberg tlglt gad nut8 nctl Do not tlgbten

flat

tbat lt 1g clrlven correctly tben engaged

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E O O K

R E P L A C E X E N T O t r R O T A R Y

P I N I O N ASStrBLY

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r{

s

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t a FI 6 o

F ?t

fi

supportErBD f n*^ DoGrrrb eGr€r- -&D rlrlver to un- €e7 \Y scrsr

Insert book Turn polnt eo that lt 1g just behlnrl gauge

Dsail Lcr polnt

Ieeb book and loAge gu8.rd rlng beak

F{

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Gauge 11r001

Fl

k o I o

(607f 801

n

o

5

.{;

Gt --. E ^V-

6/

Reflt rasber(s) ard scrcr

Trl[ING : ADJIFtr{E}IT '+

*o

support ErD

4

DOOrtth large soraralrlvcr to tlgbten screus ADJT'SIIENT 9

Fl

o k +t o

a ttt

c

g

asecmbLy, flrst >-

H

or nootplnton.ffi

o

Tlning poel-

k

!

To faellltate notc positlon

d

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tlon rlll thug bc nore caslly locatcd.

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Before fagten5 lng cover, take carc that lt flts


R E P L A C E I E I I T O T DISUAI.ITIJNC

D R I V I N O

B E L T assilBLT

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; a FI fl

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2

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The tlp

of tb€

couMtsHrsIcm SCREWshould be Lodged ln tbe bolo ln the upper sbaft Ttgbten

5 J

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t{ o

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C'

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C H E C K

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T E N S I O N

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&

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Avoicl touchlng upp€r

or F{

t{ o € o

aaljusts t€ns1on

O

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I'SEEN FROX A'I Tlgbten NUll 'ratr to obtaln XINII{UI PIAY ''bII d 6 t{

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Refit ner couaterrclgbt aad bloct the counterrelght sot{ rlthln the bole tn tbo upper abaft

I

fl

&

n

2

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tl-r)

DlgconnEct sradLs and plvot lt outrards to ronovo neetlle bar oonnectlng rod and thread take-up lever

ill

u lt

5 o \o

Reflt ner ncedle bar conneotlng rotl rltb nsr threail take-up leYer, rlthou forgettlng tbe ragb€rg narl

5

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W I D T H

T N O B ASSIXUBLT

G'

rl

d FI tl

R

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a c d

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s ArsroTI3 3s $ 3vl

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sl

fi

Itghten tbe SCREHS sltgbtly

2

2 ffi-

TrB 34 $ 3?r

rrB $ +izl+ Nz

Oaugo 11t@5 ltgbten the SCREilSi altogotber

o

\

5

-=---

Rcplacc CRADIA ISVER

@ Ctr F{

t{ o o t o (' o o

5

4 Place neeallo bar ln ceuter' by presstng CRADLE backrard, ln order to reflt Eentorlng lever

flr 4

F4

at

F

rt

H +t a t € FI H

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R E P L A C E U E N T O T T E E C A B L E O F f E E P R E S S E R F O O T T E V E R DISUANTLI}IG

ASSilBLT

n

€ tr (t

I

h

Ingert

o N

tbe ner CABI;E

+t B tt H

\ Ioosen trafl

€ half o +' r| t{ &

\ i -?

a turn

(y

Engage tbe end of tbo CABTE rlth a ball

-l

&

Free tbe casl;E antl tllt the

2

2

Ig ^,%",n{

tbe support // //vlLt]noat torcLne

SUPPORTtowardg tbs outslde

5 5 Iasert tbe other entl of tbs OABIE and adJuet lts lengtb

-l

\o o

4

Fl

t{ o I

o

rJ ,!4

4

o

REmoveDRMNG StT of the motor

Adjust the knee lever

3 Put tbs DRrvINc ffiLT of ths motor ln plaee

Free end of tb

5

agaln

CABLE

d

t{

+t

o a <t c

6

H

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O F R B P L A C B I S N T P R E S S E R T H E

O F C A B L X B H E L E V B R F O O f assE0[BtY

DISIAI{TLINC \

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L

1

6 EI rt F.{

k o

Ineert

N

thc ncm CABI;E

+' t a g d

€

3 +f FI

Engage thc cnd of tbe a Zr CABLE rlth a baLI

&

2

Frco tbc CA3IjE !n(l rcnova

Screw/on

the oupport rlthout forclns

s'ttPPoRr q

J

3 Inscrt the otber .ntl of the CAETE rnat adjutt lts lengtb @

or t o

4

I

I o o

4

z

Renove DRIVINO BELT of the notor

F

Acljuct

tbe knee lever

3 Put the DRMNG ffiLT of tbe motor ln place agala Frec erd of tbe CABLE Fl

qt t{

6

+t

c ,

ct H

H

.

e t1 _ 6 A d

o

fi

PulI

out the C.ABLE

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NEEDLECLEANANCE

2

NEEDTEBAR SWTNG

a

Oauge il€Fr 11f029

F{

t{ o

N {t r{

(oo?'836-N3)

; tn rl r{ d

o

{l EI Fl

t{ *

nar

Iooeen SCRElf ilan gllgbtly

fg,1

to adJust ldeal cl€araJrce

x- tr^ I

Tlgbtca

Toleranee I Clearance or bendlng of gaugc : .0g2rt ?1

6t

Looaen SCHEWrraff and adJuet ttbrr to obtaln tbe ldeal st1ng :

ttltt

Gauge 1I'001 ( 60?f 801 )

( 0 , 0 5m l

Tlgbten

\o

rz

h

po o P .r4 o

3

CENTERING

tfarr

4

TIMING

I

Nec&Le bar ralsed .O92n (2,3 m) rltb Saugs llr03o

Dead 1c polat

-]

Gauge t{ o

Gaugp Ll'OOI (60?'8O1)

o

Loosen SCREIInatf gDgbtly and turn tfbrr to obtaln ldeal ceuterlng

e FI E o E

+t o , 4t 4

turn polnt of book ln rllrectloa of anor

rttoor

rl 6 t,

'

Gauge tlrOOI (607'801) a Icfb grlug : alld clearance v€ry sllgbt for SCREI{ trctr Tlgbten IWT rrdrl

ttarr

g! A

Z

rr'xa

tlghten

narl

( 6 0 7 '8 o l ) Tolarance

for

Tlnlrr

2'6 m

2r3 B' o092r \

,zz t1.04tr \2rln .o8+fr

tlgbten tbrce scRSrrS ao tbP book BrogrorslvclY ll ?l r -.^*<Paa}l c ot-ll

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HEICHTOF NEEDIEBAR \

-

d

5

OF NEEDTEBAR ORIENTATION

6

tr

d A h

o

N P fl

t a I d

,a o

+) FI

Loogen SCREI{ilan Just enougb to be able to turn aeedle bar

Looeeu SCFEUIr"n to oauge ccntre of gauge to lle on poht of book

fl

8{ A

Tlghteu

rrarl

Tlghten rrarr -Tnln Gauge 11t000 (6o7f8OO)

r" --"-''

neodle alanp

Needlee 80 (12 ) gauges lIrOOl ( 607180r )

flE

,\

o () Ot F{

h

o

I

E o o o o

7

sToP SPRINOADJ. / LOW,SHAFT Ioosen

the tro

tratr SCREWIS

A'rarotflr-q99g

v|

rd

j'l P

a

tt FI H

a

T\rrn frbrt to obtaln mlnlmun play bet-

c

foen

.t5

g .P

a I <t 4

tlctr And rlaft

If guard ringa vlbrate, tur! rrbrf untl1 vlbratlon ie ellmlnatetl at all apeetle

I

FEED GEAR Ncedle bar at lwer

tlead Polnt


BAR ORIEITATION PRESSER

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fl

r{ h

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70f226 Nr)

N

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c

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f{

F{

after poaltloalng Support EEEDDOOrlth gcrrdrlver for tlghteulng

-r.,.sa

, J'3.1"*

4ji:,:"lir

trail so turnlng that IEED DOC

Fecd dog mret not toucb needLc plate at 4 trlfD and 4 REV

o \o or F{

t{ po

Io

Loogen SCRf,T 'a' euf lclently to place Breaser foot parallel to nEedlc plate Tlghten trarr

ELNA-DISC DRIVE

STITCH LENGTH

o A

Gau€P rgn 11t029

(ooz'836-113) bn all

s

(/)

Loogen adJuet

Fl 6 rt

Fr €

B 'r, tr

H

o

.lt FI

€ o , .E

ltarf , rrbtr

l{uet nelther feed forrarcl nor backrard at trOl Tlgbten

tratr

sEE TrB 18 S ro?

Rua tbe nachlne at full spaed, observe reflectlon of llgbt on stud trcrl

nD0n

J'/ 11 N J J t l z

n :

Loo8e! adJust

rlalr, rrbtl

Tlghten

rraft

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11rO29

(eoz'836-N3) rfbl

FI rl

14

1 3 BUTTONHOI,E.DISC

!

non

6

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t{ 0r

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ft V

LooacD tlarr, ailJuet rfbtl by untll lever prssgos frm tb rlgbt on 81tr rrotl Tlgbten natr

Loosen rrarr, adJugt ttUr to bave neitber forrard nor baokrarrl feeit at Q Tlghten rrgtt

lruet ggg o rt) o ?l

k

o a E o

ct o

a

sE TrB 33 $ 1-2

at e

lfust move @ts at @ Advance and retum practtcally equal UPPERUNIVERSATTENSION Darnlag thread LFAC 70 (reo1 or equlvalent

r 5 LOWERUNIVERSATTENSION

16

Darnlng thread

?o (reo) UFAO or equlvalent

- --+

?l 6

t{ +, @ a

d

tr o

a{ : falls slcrly 4{ : atope Turn nut trarr to adJtrst

a

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d t { o 0 t + ) N C+) d

d

t{} tua

f.SflghtIy loosen the 4 assenbly screws rrart. Centre needle 1n needle plate hole. Tlghten the sorews.

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AdJust clearance by movlng upper casLng ln relatlon to lower caslng. Tlghten the 4 screws.

2.Sllghtly AdJust No. l. Tlghten

100

}oos'en the J sorews rbrr. clearance as per ADJUSTIVIEIII the 3 serews.

Tolerance: Clearance or bendlng of needle : O, 05 mrn ( .oo2rr) .

'--Needle16orl0o \o -t c, d

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ELNA-DrSCDRr\E 21 2j 4L 4) 62 64

Upqer shaft

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NEEDLEBAR SWrNG2L 23 41 4] 62 64

/-4, rfifr\-

ttatt Sllshtly loosen screw and adJust rrbtl = X 2 to obtaln the swlngr X I trarr. Tlghten

L:'llF:'ril$i!r

J-jIFli;l;'?fnK

@G [,ilIYUI

Run machlne at full speed and observe needle clamplng screw, whlch rmrst descrlbe an arc. In order to obtaln a correct adJustment, ttatt and change the posltlon free screw 'tarr. Tlghten of the worm (t2 holes).

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CEI\TERING11 ]}

4

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6 rl

d t { o 0 ) + r N Clr

d

r{

t { 3 tua)

groove on the trart

Ioosen nut Sllshtly to obtai.n t h e c e n t e r l n g :

ttatt

and Loosen screw adJust cradle to centre needle ln needle plate hole. ttatt. Tlghten

Ieft

and adjust - x X }

rrbtt

2

tta" Tighten nut whllst retainlng r t b ?.r eccentric

I'leedLe i6

10

100

100

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HOOKTIMING n

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11039

Tolerance: elamp

2.4J mm/ ( . 0 9 6 4 ' r)' \

2.60 mm //(.LOz),t ) ^ z mm \z.ru (.0905")

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"at'. Place needle bar at lts lowest posltton, lnsert loosen the 2 screws I.Stlghtl,y screw. clamplng needle tlghten gauge and press 2nd clamp agalnst the latter; 2nd clamp touches the cradle. 2.Remove gauge and turn flywheel towards you until lower shaft ln the J.place polnt of hook behlnd the centre of the needle by turnlng of the arrow. presslng dlrectlon |n the whllst worktng dlrectlon, 4.El1m1n;te axlal play wlth drivlng plnlon and tlghten the 2 screwsttatt. Check for CI{ECI(ADJtStl'E$I }8). lf fiee running - without play nor hard polnts. f


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HEIGITI OF CRADLE A}ID NEEDLE BAR AdJust sllght axial play of cradle between

.lJ r { d

.(t rit{ oc)

stop

P N C+)

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9

ORTEI.TIATICI{OF NBEDIE BAR

and

washer/cllp trcn. Tlghten

rl

t B tua)

flatt

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<=!> r6t(

LOOsen

SCreW

ttbtt.

lldfr.

AdJust cradle helght (26nm-f .ot" ) by llfttng cradle axle. Tlghten

tf dtt.

ttett Loosen screw t,o adJust needle bar helght

( 4 5 r " - L . 7 7 ") . Tighten

rlarl Loosen screw Just enough to be able to turn needle bar.

"e".

Tlghten

rratr.

Take care that needle bar helght does not alter.

lowest polnt Twin needl-e L 2 or 80

tr\ -J

FEED DoG

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10

11

FEED TIIV1ING

Posltion feed dog and fasten the 2 screws.Then tlghten lhem by supportlng feed dog wlth a screwdrlver.

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\Y 2.Place thread take-up lever in hlghest posltlon Iower

I.F?ee the 2 screws "a" and dlsengage plnlon '

ttbtt. l

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l-.'t

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U) {J

tr c) E v)

f)

a

Loosen nut ttatt and adJust feed dog helsht (1.I5mm-.045") uy turnlng screw ttbtt ln upward dlrectlon. Fbed dog should barely touch the gauge. Tlghten ftatt whl.lst retalnlng ttb".

d

Feed dog must not touch needLe plate

on 4 tr'WD.and 4 Rsv.

ttctt ln dlrectlon of aruow. feed gear Angage plnlon and allgn it to certtre of ttatt. feed gear. Tlghten the 2 screws Ctreck: When thread take-up lever starbs dog shourd contl- t6-.""td,feed nue to advance I nun(.o4tt)further. | -


12

PRESSERBAR

Sllghtly ttatt .l5

t r c .n ql

Fbed dog must be below needle plate.

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d t { o o { J N

C+r

Fl

frarf Loosen screw and allgn foot parallel to needle plate.

Fl

t { 3 tucn

AdJust helght gulde.

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STITCH LENGTH

and

loosen screws ttbtt.

Move feed control cam forward or backward untll cloth ls no longer fed at rfott. tf

a

of

-1!1.@tt"tt.

Observe that screw slts on the flat o f the axle

tta

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AUTOMATIC FEED62 64

C)

t{

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Loosen

ttatt.

(o",ffi.^)

By turnlng eccentrlc ttbtt clockwise, the deslgn becomes apart. further

SK):, groove

small screwdrlver

a +)

c o E a

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l

d

Ttre dlstance between the crosses should be the wldth of the small screwdrlver.

Double check by movlng stltch length dlal several tlmes from A to 4 .

the rlght


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FEED 62 64 AI'IIOMATICBIJTTONHOLE No double dlsc

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1n maehlne

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of mac4lne : Prg:aratlol book see lnstructlon buttonhole ttatt free scren Sllghtly ubtt to obtaln and adJust the same denslty of stltches forrrard and reverse. Tighten ftatr. Sew an automatlc

Always adJust the flrst row.

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AUTOMATICBUTTONHOLE SPACING62 64

C)

t{ d E

No double dlsc

ln machlne

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t,il'Jn r\l \ $N\\\N k4\il''w

ttatt Sllght1y free screw rrbrl and adJust to obtaln ttctt. spacing rratr. Tlghten

sewlng thread

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P g o E +) a 5 a d

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Hold paper

Check: wldth 2: Sfffoh prlcks make 2 sllght on the left. Stltch wldth 4 and back to 2: mat(e 2 sllght Prlcks . on the rlght,

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BOBEIN WII{DI}IG

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knob half

coupllng

a turn

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A v 6o '(o /.-\ Y/' \7^- _' a\

Yo9

thread ftrbrotderY ]O or 120

ttatt to screw of about I overleap

obtaln

Loosen

Tlghten

an

m m( . o 4 ") .

At

tt6tl

theie

should be no tenslon.

At

ilIrl

there

should be a llttle

Turn nut:

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to the left to the rleht rn \o o\

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to decrease

CENIERII'N OF SEPAMTING PLATE

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Plate and screws slightlY.

t . Place seParating

n'u";lu::'rlf*"u 2.

@ --Sd

to increase

1

tlghten

Plate wlth th Altgn.separatlng needle plate and ma-ke sure tha' lt 1s parallel. Tlghten

screws.

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+ \ a +)

tr

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should fall

slowlY

loosen screw Srlshtly tran. Tlghten

11: should stoP

+

ttatr and adJust trbtt' @

lncrease

Important:

a

I:r.H::';1"*'31,,"::*

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decrease

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