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    Silver Crest SNM 33 A1

    List of contents
    Guarantee.....................................................................................................................................................1
    Service number.............................................................................................................................................1
    Important safety instructions / Appropriate use.............................................................................................2
    Details of the Machine ..................................................................................................................................3
    Accessories ..................................................................................................................................................3
    Fitting the snap-in sewing table ....................................................................................................................3
    Connecting machine to power source ..........................................................................................................4
    Changing the bulb.........................................................................................................................................4
    Inserting the needle ......................................................................................................................................5
    Two-step presser foot lever ..........................................................................................................................5
    Adjuste presser foot pressure.......................................................................................................................6
    Attaching the presser foot holder..................................................................................................................6
    Winding the bobbin .......................................................................................................................................7
    Inserting the bobbin ......................................................................................................................................7
    Threading the upper thread ..........................................................................................................................8
    Thread tension..............................................................................................................................................9
    Bringing up the lower thread.........................................................................................................................9
    Starting to sew ............................................................................................................................................10
    Matching needle/ fabric/ thread ..................................................................................................................10
    How to choose your pattern ........................................................................................................................11
    Straight stitching and needle position .........................................................................................................11
    Zigzag stitching...........................................................................................................................................12
    Zippers and piping ......................................................................................................................................12
    Blind hem foot .............................................................................................................................................13
    Sewing on buttons ......................................................................................................................................13
    How to sew buttonholes..............................................................................................................................14
    Overlock stitches ........................................................................................................................................15
    3-step zig-zag .............................................................................................................................................15
    Stitch selection............................................................................................................................................16
    Patch work ..................................................................................................................................................16
    Monogramming and embroidering with embroidery hoop ..........................................................................17
    Applique......................................................................................................................................................17
    Scallop stitching..........................................................................................................................................18
    Twin needle.................................................................................................................................................18
    Maintenance ...............................................................................................................................................19
    Trouble shooting guide ...............................................................................................................................20
    Disposal ......................................................................................................................................................21
    Technical data.............................................................................................................................................21



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    Guarantee
    Congratulations on the purchase of your
    sewing machine.You have bought a top
    quality product which has been manufactured with great care.

    GUARANTEE
    There is a three year guarantee on this
    device starting from the purchase date.
    The device was inspected carefully and
    thoroughly before delivery.
    Please keep your receipt as proof of purchase.
    In case of a guarantee complaint, please call
    your service centre.
    This is the only way to ensure free shipment
    of your goods to us.
    The guarantee scope only covers material
    or manufacturing defects, it does not cover
    wear parts or damage to fragile parts e.g.
    switches. The product is only intended for
    private and not commercial use.
    In the event of misuse or improper handling,
    force or any kind of intervention, which has
    not been performed by our service office,
    the guarantee will lapse.
    This guarantee does not limit your statutory
    rights.

    These Operating Instructions contain all
    you need to know about using your sewing
    machine.
    We hope you enjoy your sewing machine
    and wish you Success.

    Service number
    These Operating Instructions cannot
    cover all possible applications.
    For more information or in case of
    problems not covered or inadequately
    covered in these Operating Instructions,
    please contact the service number
    +442030244354

    Please keep these Operating Instructions
    in a safe place and pass on to any future
    users.

    Service-Address:
    Crown Technics GmbH
    Lerchenstrasse 2
    DE-74226 Nordheim

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    Important safety instructions / Appropriate use
    When using an electrical appliance, basic safety should always be followed, including the following:
    Read all instructions before using this sewing machine.

    DANGER - To reduce the risk of electric shock:
    1.
    2.
    3.

    An appliance should never be left unattended when plugged in.
    Always unplug this appliance from the electric outlet immediately after using and before cleaning.
    Always unplug before replacing the lamp. Replace bulb with same type rated 10 watts (110-120V area) or 15
    watts (220-240V area).

    WARNING - To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or injury to persons:
    1.
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    Do not allow to be used as a toy. Close attention is necessary when this appliance is used by or near children.
    Use this appliance only for its intended use as described in this manual. Use only attachments
    recommended by the manufacturer as contained in this manual.
    Never operate this appliance if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly, if it has been
    dropped or damaged, or dropped into water. Return the appliance to the nearest authorized dealer or
    service center for examination, repair, electrical or mechanical adjustment.
    Never operate the appliance with any air openings blocked. Keep ventilation openings of the sewing
    machine and foot controller free from accumulation of lint, dust, and loose cloth.
    Keep fingers away from all moving parts. Special care is required around the sewing machine needle.
    Always use the proper needle plate. The wrong plate can cause the needle to break.
    Do not use bent needles.
    Do not pull or push fabric while stitching. It may deflect the needle causing it to break.
    Switch the sewing machine off ("O") when making any adjustments in the needle area, such as threading
    needle, changing needle, threading bobbin, or changing presser foot, and the like.
    Always unplug sewing machine from the electrical outlet when removing covers, lubricating, or when making
    any other user servicing adjustments mentioned in the instruction manual.
    Never drop or insert any object into any opening.
    Do not use outdoors.
    Do not operate where aerosol spray products are being used or where oxygen is being administered.
    To disconnect, turn all controls to the off ("O") position, then remove plug from outlet.
    Do not unplug by pulling on cord. To unplug, grasp the plug, not the cord.
    The sound pressure level under normal operating conditions is 75dB(A).
    Please turn off the machine or unplug when the machine is not operating properly.
    Never place anything on the foot controller.
    If the supply cord that is fixed with foot controller is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or its
    service agent or a similar qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
    This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or
    mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or
    instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
    Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.

    SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
    This sewing machine is intended for household use only.

    Appropriate use
    The sewing machine is intended ...
    - for use as a movable machine,
    - for sewing of typical household textiles and ...
    - only for private household use.
    The sewing machine is not intended ...
    - to be installed at a fixed location,
    - for processing of other materials (e.g. leather or other heavy materials such as tent or sail fabrics)
    - for commercial or industrial use.

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    Details of the machine
    1. Stitch width dial
    2. Thread tension dial
    3. Thread take-up lever
    4. Presser foot
    5. Needle plate
    6. Sewing table
    7. Bobbin winder stopper
    8. Stitch length dial
    9. Stitch display
    10. Reverse sewing lever
    11. Presser foot pressure

    12. Thread cutting
    13. Handle
    14. Bobbin winder spindle
    15. Spool pin
    16. Hand wheel
    17. Patten selector dial
    18. Power switch
    19. Main plug socket
    20. Bobbin thread guide
    21. Presser foot lifter
    22. Upper thread guide

    Accessories
    a. All purpose foot
    b. Zipper foot
    c. Button sewing foot
    d. Buttonhole foot
    e. Blind hem foot
    f. Needle threader
    g. Bobbin (3x)
    h. Spool pin felt (2x)
    i. Oil bottle

    j. Needle box (3x single needle, 1x twin needle)
    k. L-screwdriver
    l. Screwdriver (L&S)
    m. Threads (1x blue, 1x pink, 1x yellow)
    n. Seam ripper/ brush
    o. Darning plate
    p. Edge/ quilting guide

    Installing the snap-in sewing table
    Keep the snap-in sewing table
    horizontal, and push it in the
    direction of the arrow.
    The inside of the snap-in sewing
    table can be utilized as an accessory
    box.

    To open, flip cover down as shown.

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    Connecting machine to power source
    Attention:
    Unplug power cord when machine is not
    in use.

    A
    Attention:
    Consult a qualified electrician if in doubt
    as to connect machine to power source.
    Unplug power cord when machine is not
    in use.
    The foot control must be used with the
    appliance by KD-2902 (220-240V area)
    manufactured by FDM (zhejiang founder
    motor corporation ltd, China).
    Connect the machine to a power source as
    illustrated.
    Sewing light
    Press main switch (A) for power and light on.
    (" l ")
    Foot control
    Foot control regulates the sewing speed.

    Changing the bulb
    Disconnect the machine from the power
    supply by removing the plug from the main
    socket!
    B

    -

    A

    Loosen screw (A) as illustrated.
    Remove the cover (B).
    Unscrew the bulb and fit new one (C).
    Replace the cover and tighten screw.

    Should there be any problem. Ask your
    local dealer for advice.

    C

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    Inserting the needle
    Attention:
    Turn power switch to off ("O").

    D
    A

    Needles must be in perfect condition.
    Change the needle regularly, especially if
    it is showing signs of wear and causing
    problems.

    C

    Insert the needle following the illustrated
    instructions.
    A. Loosen the needle clamp screw and
    tighten again after inserting the new
    needle.
    B. The flat side of the shaft should be
    towards the back.
    C/D. Insert the needle as far up as it will
    go.

    B

    Only use fully-functional needles:
    Problems can occur with:
    - Bent needles
    - Blunt needles
    - Damage points

    Two-step presser foot lifter
    When sewing several layers or thick
    fabrics, the presser foot can be raised a
    second stage for easy positioning of the
    work. (A)

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    Adjust presser foot pressure
    The presser foot pressure of the machine
    has been pre-set and requires no particular
    readjustment according to the type of fabric
    (light-or-heavy weight).
    However, if you need to adjust the presser
    foot pressure, turn the presser adjusting
    screw with a coin.
    For sewing very thin fabric, loosen the
    pressure by turning the screw counter
    clockwise, and for heavy fabric, tighten by
    turning it clockwise.

    Attaching the presser foot holder
    Attention:
    Turn power switch to off ("O") when
    carrying out any of the above
    operations!

    a

    e

    1. Raise the presser bar (a) with the
    presser foot lifter. Attach the presser
    foot holder (b) as illustrated.

    c
    d

    2. Attaching the presser foot
    Lower the presser foot holder (b) using
    the presser foot lifter, until the cut-out
    (c) is directly above the pin (d)
    The presser foot (f) will engage
    automatically.

    f

    b
    1

    2

    e

    g

    3. Removing the presser foot
    Raise the presser foot using the
    presser foot lifter.
    Raise the lever (e) and the foot
    disengages.
    4. Attaching the edge/ quilting guide
    Attach the edge/ quilting guide (g) in
    the slot as illustrated.
    Adjust as needed for hems, pleats,
    quilting, etc.

    3

    4

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    Winding the bobbin
    a. Spool pin felt

    a

    Place an empty bobbin on spindle.
    Take the thread from the spool through the
    guide to the bobbin.
    Wind the thread a few times by hand around
    the empty bobbin in a clockwise direction.
    Push the bobbin to the right towards the
    bobbin winding position.
    Press the foot control gently. The bobbin
    will stop winding when it is full. Push the
    bobbin to the left to "sewing position" and
    remove it.
    Please Note: When the bobbin winder
    spindle is in "bobbin winding" position, the
    machine will not sew-the hand wheel will
    not turn. To start sewing, push the bobbin
    winder spindle to the left (sewing position).

    Inserting the bobbin
    Attention:
    Turn power switch to off ("O").
    When inserting or removing the bobbin, the
    needle must be fully raised.

    2

    - Open the hinged cover. (1)
    - Hold the bobbin case with one hand.
    Insert the bobbin (2) so that the thread
    runs in a clockwise direction (arrow). (3)

    3

    1

    - Put the thread under the tension spring.
    (4)
    - Hold the bobbin case by the hinged latch.
    (5)

    4

    - Insert it into the shuttle. (6)

    5

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    Threading the upper thread

    a

    Attention:
    Turn power switch to off ("O"). Raise
    the needle bar.

    a. Spool pin felt
    Follow completely the numbered
    sequence in upper threading. Should you
    skip or fail to properly engage the thread
    with any of the thread guides, you will not
    sew properly. (1-5)
    Continue to draw the thread down and
    into the needle bar thread guide. Pass the
    thread through the eye of the needle from
    front to back. Leave loose about 10 cm (4")
    of thread. (6)

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

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    Thread tension
    Note:
    The bobbin thread tension does not normally have to
    be adjusted.
    Lower thread tension
    To test the bobbin thread tension, remove the bobbin
    case and bobbin and hold it by suspending it by the
    thread. Jerk it once or twice. If the tension is correct, the
    thread will unwind by about an inch or two. If the tension
    is too tight, it does not unwind at all. If the tension is too
    loose, it will drop too much. To adjust, turn the small
    screw on the side of the bobbin case.

    A

    B

    C

    Upper thread tension
    Basic thread tension setting: "AUTO"
    To increase the tension, turn the dial to the next number
    up. To reduce the tension, turn the dial to the next
    number down.
    A. Normal thread tension
    B. Upper thread tension too loose
    C. Upper thread tension too tight

    Bringing up the lower thread
    Hold the upper thread with the left hand.
    Turn the handwheel forwards until the needle is raised.

    Pull on the upper thread to bring the lower thread up
    through the stitch plate hole. Lay both threads to the
    back under the presser foot.

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    Starting to sew
    Reverse sewing
    At the end of seam, press down the reverse
    sewing lever. Sew a few reverse stitches.
    Release the lever and the machine will sew
    forwards again. (A)

    A

    Removing the work
    Turn the handwheel towards to bring the thread
    take up lever to its highest position, raise the
    presser foot and remove work towards the back.

    B
    Cutting the thread
    Hold the threads behind the presser foot with
    both hands, guide them to the slit (B) and press
    down.

    Matching needle/ fabric/ thread
    NEEDLE, FABRIC, THREAD SELECTION GUIDE
    NEEDLE SIZE FABRICS
    9-11(65-75)

    THREAD

    Light-duty thread in cotton,
    Lightweight fabrics-thin cottons, voile, serge, silk ,
    muslin, Qiana, interlocks, cotton knits, tricot, jerseys, nylon or polyester.
    crepes, woven polyester, shirt & blouse fabrics.
    Most threads sold are medium
    size and suitable for these
    fabrics and needle sizes. Use
    polyester threads on synthetic
    materials and cotton on natural
    woven fabrics for best results.
    Always use the same thread on
    top and bottom.

    12(80)

    Medium weight fabrics-cotton, satin, kettleclote,
    sailcloth, double knits, lightweight woollens.

    14(90)

    Medium weight fabrics-cotton duck, woolen, heavier
    knits, terrycloth, denims.

    16(100)

    Heavyweight fabrics-canvas, woolens, outdoor tent
    and quilted fabrics, denims, upholstery material
    (light to medium).

    18(110)

    Heavy woollens, overcoat fabrics, upholstery fabrics, Heavy duty thread, carpet
    some leathers and vinyls.
    thread. (Use heavy foot
    pressure-large numbers.)

    IMPORTANT: Match needle size to thread size and weight of farbic.
    Note twin needle:
    1. Twin needles, can be purchased for utility and decorative work.
    2. When sewing with twin needles, the stitch width dial should be set at less than "3" and set the needle
    position dial to middle position.
    3. European needles show sizes 65, 70, 80 etc. American and Japanese needles show size 9, 11, 12 etc.
    4. Replace needle often (approximately every other garment) and / or at first thread breakage or skipped
    stitches.
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    How to choose your pattern
    Stitch length dial S1-S2

    Stitch width dial

    Stitch display
    Pattern
    selector dial

    A

    Reverse
    sewing lever

    For straight stitch, select pattern " " with
    pattern selector dial. Adjust the stitch length
    with the stitch length dial. You may choose
    any needle position, by turning the stitch
    width dial.
    For zigzag stitch, select pattern " " with
    pattern selector dial. Adjust the stitch length
    and stitch width according to the fabric being
    used.
    To obtain any of the other patterns shown
    in the upper row on the stitch selection
    panel, select the letter above the stitch with
    the stitch selector dial. Adjust the stitch
    length and the stitch width with the control
    dials according to the result desired.
    To obtain any of the patterns on the second
    row, turn the stitch length dial to "S1", to
    obtain any of the patterns on the third row,
    turn the stitch length dial to "S2", select the
    pattern desired with the pattern selector dial
    and adjust the stitch width with the stitch
    width dial.

    Straight stitching and needle position
    Stitch width dial

    2.5

    3

    4

    3 2 1

    2

    3

    2

    0.5

    1

    S2

    0

    4

    Generally speaking, the thicker the fabric,
    thread and needle, the longer the stitch should
    be.
    Choose your needle position, from left
    position to right needle position by changing
    the stitch width dial from "0" to "5".

    1

    0

    5

    4

    0

    Turn the pattern selector dial so that the
    stitch display shows the "A" (straight stitch).

    S1

    S1

    5

    Stitch length dial

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    Zig zag stitching
    Stitch length dial

    Stitch width dial

    Turn the pattern selector dial to "B".
    Function of stitch width dial
    The maximum zigzag stitch width for zigzag
    stitching is "5"; however, the width can be
    reduced on any pattern. The width increases
    as you move zigzag dial from "0" - "5".

    5

    4

    3

    4

    1

    0

    Function of stitch length dial while
    zigzaging
    The density of zigzag stitches increase as the
    setting of stitch length dial approaches "0".
    Neat zigzag stitches are usually achieved at
    "2.5" or below.

    3 2 1
    0

    5

    2

    Satin stitch
    When the stitch length is set between "0" "1", the stitches are very close together
    producing the "satin stitch" which is used for
    making buttonholes and decorative stitches.
    Fine fabric
    When sewing on very fine fabric, place a piece
    of thin paper under the fabric. It is easy to tear
    the paper and remove the paper after you
    have finish your seam.

    Zipper foot
    Stitch

    A

    Stitch width Stitch length

    2.5

    1~4

    The zip foot can be inserted right or left,
    depending on which side of the foot you are
    going to sew. (1)
    To sew past the zip pull, lower the needle into
    the fabric, raise the presser foot and push the
    zip pull behind the presser foot. Lower the foot
    and continue to sew.
    It is also possible to sew in a length of cord,
    into a bias strip to form a "welt".
    According to thickness of fabric to set stitch
    length control. (2)

    1

    2
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    Blind hem foot
    Stitch

    D
    1

    Stitch width Stitch length

    1~2

    3~5

    For hems, curtains, trousers, skirts, etc.

    4

    Blind hem/ lingerie for firm fabrics.

    3

    2

    Fold the fabric as illustrated with the wrong
    side uppermost. (1)
    Place the fabric under the foot. Turn the
    handwheel forwards by hand until the needle
    swings fully to the left. It should just pierce the
    fold of the fabric. If it does not, adjust the stitch
    width accordingly. (2)
    Adjust the guide (3) by turning the knob (4)
    so that the guide just rests against the fold.
    Sew slowly, by pressing the foot control
    lightly guiding the fabric along the edge of the
    guide.

    Button sewing foot
    Stitch

    B

    Stitch width Stitch length

    0~5

    0

    Install the darning plate. This will cover the
    feeddog and the stitch length will be disabled.
    Position the work under the foot. Place the
    button on the marked position, lower the foot,
    adjust stitch width to "0" and sew a few
    securing stitches. Adjust the stitch width
    according to the button. Turn the handwheel
    to check that the needle goes cleanly into the
    left or right hole of the button, and sew on the
    button. Adjust the stitch width to "0" and sew
    a few securing stitches.
    If a shank is required, place a darning needle
    on top of the button and sew. For buttons
    with 4 holes, sew through the front two holes
    first, push work forward and then sew
    through the back two holes as described.

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    Buttonhole foot
    Stitch

    Stitch width

    Stitch length

    5

    0.5~1

    Preparation:
    Remove the zigzag foot and attach the buttonhole foot.
    Adjust the stitch length dial between "0.5" - "1". The
    density of the stitch depends on thickness of the fabric.
    Note: Always test sew a buttonhole.

    a

    e

    b

    c

    d

    To prepare the fabric:
    Measure the diameter of the button and add 0.3cm (1/8")
    for the bartacks. If you have a very thick button, add
    more to the diameter measurement. Mark the position
    and length of the buttonhole on the fabric.
    Position the fabric so that the needle is on the mark that
    is furthest from you.
    Pull the buttonhole foot towards you as far as it will go.
    Lower the foot.
    a. Turn the pattern selector dial to " ". Sew at
    moderate speed until you reach the end mark.
    b. Turn the pattern selector dial to " " and sew 5-6
    bartack stitches.
    c. Turn the pattern selector dial to " " and sew the left
    side of the buttonhole to the mark at the end which is
    further from you.
    d. Turn the pattern selector dial to " " and sew bar
    tack stitches.
    Remove the fabric from under the foot. Draw the upper
    thread through the backside of the fabric and knot upper
    and lower threads. Cut the center of the buttonhole with
    the seam ripper, being careful not to cut the stitches on
    either side.
    Tips:
    - Slightly reduce upper thread tension to produce better
    results.
    - Use backing material for fine and stretchy fabrics.
    - It is advisable to use a gimp cord for stretch or knit
    fabrics. The zigzag should sew over the gimp. (e)

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    Overlock stitches
    Stitch

    E, F

    Stitch width Stitch length

    3~5

    S1, S2

    Attention:
    Use new needles or ball point needles or
    stretch needle!
    Seams, neatening, visible hems.
    Stretch overlock
    For fine knits, jerseys, neck edges, ribbing. (A)
    Standard overlock
    For fine knits, jerseys, neck edges, ribbing. (B)
    Double overlock stitch
    For fine knits, handknits, seams. (C)

    A

    B

    All overlock stitches are suitable for sewing
    and neatening edges and
    visible seams in one operation.
    When neatening, the needle should just go
    over the edge of the fabric.

    C

    3-step zig-zag
    Stitch

    C

    Stitch width Stitch length

    3~5

    1~2

    Sewing on lace and elastic, darning, mending,
    reinforcing edges.
    Place patch in position. The stitch length can
    be shortened to produce very close stitches.
    (1)

    1

    When mending tears, it is advisable to use a
    piece of backing fabric to reinforce. The stitch
    density can be varied by adjusting the stitch
    length. First sew over the centre and then
    overlap on both sides. Depending on the type
    of fabric and damage, sew between 3 and 5
    rows. (2)

    2

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    Stitch selection
    Stitch

    A

    Stitch width Stitch length

    2.5

    S1, S2

    Triple straight stitch: (1)
    For hardwearing seams.
    The machine sews two stitches forwards and
    one stitch backwards. This gives triple
    reinforcement.

    Stitch

    B

    1

    Stitch width Stitch length

    3~5

    S1, S2

    Triple zig-zag: (2)
    For hardwearing seams, hems and
    decorative seams.
    Triple zig-zag is suitable for firm fabrics like
    denim, corduroy, etc.

    2

    Patch work
    Stitch

    F

    Stitch width Stitch length

    3~5

    S1

    To join two pieces of fabric while leaving a
    space between their edges.
    - Fold over the edges of the two pieces of
    fabric for the hem and baste the edges to a
    thin piece of paper leaving a small space
    between them.
    - Stitch along the edge, pulling both threads
    slightly when beginning to sew.
    - Use thicker than normal threads for sewing.
    - After sewing, remove the basting and the
    paper. Finish by tying knots on the reverse
    side at the beginning and the end of the
    seams.

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    Silver Crest SNM 33 A1

    Monogramming and embroidering with embroidery hoop
    * Embroidery hoop not included with machine.

    Stitch

    B

    Stitch width Stitch length

    1~5

    0

    Attach the darning plate
    - Remove the presser foot and the presser
    foot holder.
    - Attach the darning plate.
    - Lower presser foot lever before starting to
    sew.
    - Adjust the stitch width according to the size
    of lettering or design.
    Preparation for Monogramming and
    Embroidering*
    - Draw the desired lettering or design on the
    right side of the fabric.
    - Stretch the fabric between embroidery hoop
    as firmly as possible.
    - Place the fabric under the needle. Make
    sure the presser foot bar is down in its
    lowest position.
    - Turn the balance wheel towards you to
    bring up the lower thread through the fabric.
    Sew a few securing stitches at the starting
    point.
    - Hold the hoop with thumb and forefingers of
    both hands.
    - Coordinate sewing speed and movement of
    hoop.

    Applique
    Stitch

    B

    Stitch width Stitch length

    3~5

    0.5~1

    - Cut out the applique design and baste it to
    the fabric.
    - Sew slowly around the edge of the design.
    - Trim excess material outside the stitching.
    Make sure not to cut any stitches.
    - Remove the basting thread.
    - Tie top and bottom thread under the
    applique to avoid unraveling.

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    Silver Crest SNM 33 A1

    Scallop stitching
    Stitch

    I

    Stitch width Stitch length

    3~5

    1~2

    This machine automatically produces a
    scallop stitch which may be used as
    decorative edging.
    - Sew the scallop stitch along the edge of the
    material. (1)

    1

    - If desired, trim around the scallop with
    scissors to create a scalloped edge. Be
    careful not to cut the thread. (2)

    2

    Twin needle
    Stitch

    A

    Stitch width Stitch length

    2.5

    1~4

    Please note:
    When sewing with twin needle, always
    proceed slowly, and make sure to maintain
    a low speed to insure quality stitching.
    When using twin needle on zig-zag make
    sure the stitch width dial is set between "0"
    and "3". Do not use twin needle at setting
    above "3".
    - Make sure that the two threads used to
    thread the twin needle are of the same
    weight. You can use one or two colors.
    - Insert the twin needle in the same way as
    single needle. Flat side of needle should
    face away from you.
    - Follow instructions for single needle
    threading. Thread each needle separately.

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    Silver Crest SNM 33 A1

    Maintenance
    Attention:
    Disconnect the machine from the electricity supply by
    removing the plug from the mains socket. When cleaning
    the machine, it must always be disconnected from the
    electricity supply.
    Remove the stitch plate (1):
    Turn the handwheel until the needle is fully raised. Open
    the hinged front cover and unscrew the needle plate screw
    with the screw driver.
    Cleaning the feed dog (2):
    Remove the bobbin case and use the brush supplied to
    clean the whole area.

    1
    Cleaning and lubricating the hook (3-7):
    Remove the bobbin case. Snap the two hook retaining
    arms (3) outwards. Remove the hook race cover (4) and
    the hook (5) and clean with a soft cloth. Lubricate at the
    points (6) (1-2 drops) with sewing machine oil. Turn the
    handwheel until the hook race (7) is in the left position.
    Replace the hook (5). Replace the hook race cover and
    snap back the two hook retaining arms. Insert he bobbin
    case and bobbin and replace the stitch plate.
    Important:
    Fabric fluff and threads must be removed regularly.
    Your machine should be serviced at regular intervals at
    one of our service agencies.

    2

    6
    7

    5

    4

    3
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    Silver Crest SNM 33 A1

    Trouble shooting guide
    Problem

    Cause

    Correction

    Upper thread
    breaks

    1.The machine is not threaded correctly.
    2.The thread tension is too tight.
    3.The thread is too thick for the needle.
    4.The needle is not inserted correctly.
    5.The thread is round wound the spool
    holder pin.
    6.The needle is damaged.

    1.Rethread the machine.
    2.Reduce the thread tension. (lower number)
    3.Select a larger needle.
    4.Remove and reinsert the needle. (flat side
    towards the back)
    5.Remove the reel and wind thread onto reel.
    6.Replace the needle.

    Lower thread
    breaks

    1.Remove and reinsert the bobbin case and
    1.The bobbin case is not inserted
    pull on the thread. The thread should pull
    correctly.
    2.The bobbin case is threaded wrongly. easily.
    3.The lower thread tension is too tight. 2.Check both bobbin and bobbin case.
    3.Loosen lower thread tension as described.

    Skipped
    stitches

    1.The needle is not inserted correctly.
    2.The needle is damaged.
    3.The wrong size needle has been
    used.
    4.The foot is not attached correctly.

    1.Remove and reinsert needle. (flat side
    towards the back)
    2.Insert a new needle.
    3.Choose a needle to suit the thread and fabric.
    4.Check and attach correctly.

    Needle breaks

    1.The needle is damaged.
    2.The needle is not correctly inserted.
    3.Wrong needle size for the fabric.
    4.The wrong foot is attached.

    1.Insert a new needle.
    2.Insert the needle correctly. (flat side towards
    the back)
    3.Choose a needle to suit the thread and fabric.
    4.Select the correct foot.

    Loose stitches

    1.The machine is not correctly threaded.
    2.The bobbin case is not correctly
    threaded.
    3.Needle/ fabric/ thread combination is
    wrong.
    4.Thread tension wrong.

    1.Check the threading.
    2.Thread the bobbin case as illustrated.
    3.The needle size must suit the fabric and
    thread.
    4.Correct the thread tension.

    Seams gather
    or pucker

    1.The needle is too thick for the fabric. 1.Select a finer needle.
    2.The stitch length is wrongly adjusted. 2.Readjust the stitch length.
    3.Loosen the thread tension.
    3.The thread tension is too tight.

    1.Select a better quality thread.
    Uneven stitches, 1.Poor quality thread.
    2.The bobbin case is wrongly threaded. 2.Remove bobbin case and retread and insert
    uneven feed
    correctly.
    3.Fabric has been pulled.
    3.Do not pull on the fabric while sewing, let it
    be taken up by the machine.
    The machine is
    noisy

    1.The machine must be lubricated.
    2.Fluff or oil have collected on the
    hook or needle bar.
    3.Poor quality oil has been used.
    4.The needle is damaged.

    1.Lubricate as described.
    2.Clean the hook and feed dog as described.
    3.Only use good quality sewing machine oil.
    4.Replace the needle.

    The machine
    jams

    Thread is caught in the hook.

    Remove the upper thread and bobbin case,
    turn the handwheel backwards and forwards
    by hand and remove the thread remands.
    Lubricate as described.
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    Silver Crest SNM 33 A1

    Disposal
    -

    Dispose of devices with dangerous defects carefully and ensure that they are no longer used.
    Do not dispose of the device in normal domestic waste.
    This product is produced according to EU directive 2002/96/EC.
    Dispose of the device over a registered waste disposal firm or through your communal
    waste disposal facility.
    - Observe the currently valid regulations. In case of doubt, consult your waste disposal facility.
    - Please dispose of all packaging materials in an environmentally friendly manner.
    Keep the sewing machine's transport packaging. It may be useful for storing the machine, but
    is particularly useful if you want to ship the sewing machine for repair. Most instances of
    damage occur when the machines are being transported.

    Technical data
    Rated voltage
    Power rating

    230 V/ 50 Hz
    - Machine

    70 Watt

    - Sewing light

    15 Watt

    - Total

    85 Watt

    Dimensions

    - When handle is folded down

    Approx. 380 x 319 x 185 mm (W x H x D)

    Cable length

    - Power cable

    Approx. 1,8 m

    - Foot control cable

    Approx. 1,4 m

    - Machine

    Approx. 5.8 kg

    Weight
    Material
    Operating elements
    Display elements

    Aluminium / plastic
    - Mains power switch ON/OFF

    Available

    - Foot control for sewing speed

    Available

    - Stitch display

    Available

    - Sewing light

    Available

    Looper system

    Oscillating Hook

    Needle system

    130/705H

    Interference-free

    In acc. with EU Directive

    TÜV approved

    Yes

    Product guarantees

    3 years

    manufacturer:
    Crown Technics GmbH
    Lerchenstrasse 2
    DE-74226 Nordheim

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