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« on: November 07, 2006 07:21:38 AM »

help I'v lost my  manual for my machine and the company doesnt   have UK branches anymore its about 30 yrs old I was wondering if anyone  either had one I could borrow or knew whereI could get one as I'v only just refound it up in the loft and have noo idea  how to get the ruddy thing to work I used to know but  I'v forgotten
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« Reply #1 on: November 07, 2006 03:21:21 PM »

http://www.knittingtoday.com/BondClub/index.html

Try this list. It doesn't mention the Elite in the blurb but I joined up when I first got my Bond (Classic) and they were very helpful.

I'm not sure of the exact differences between the Classic & Elite but if you can't manage to find an Elite manual I could scan in my Classic one to get you going or 'talk' you through casting on. You know, Push out your needles, Put the hem on, yada yada.  Smiley Shout if you need a hand  Wink

It is like riding a bike though. Once you get started, it comes back pretty easily.

This is another useful Bond site http://heidisknittingroom.com/

Hope this helps.
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