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Topic: Instruction Book vs. Instruction CD with serger  (Read 481 times)
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« on: December 04, 2009 10:43:16 AM »

So the time came to re-thread my new serger.  Well, I was actually not scared.  I had threaded the Singer Tiny Serger with no problem before.  Although I never actually used it, lol.  Well, reading the book it came with, ot told me to thread the lower looper with the ending number to follow is to go just under the upper looper.  Well... no chain was made from such a threading!!  So I was like.. fine, I'll watch the CD to see if that helps.  Well the darn CD tells me to go OVER the Upper Looper.  So I try that, and now it chains.  What is with that?!  No wonder threading a serger gives people nightmares.  Stuupid book.
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