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How to thread the TandyPro® by Leather Machine Co. Class 4 Dream Machine

How to thread the TandyPro® by Leather Machine Co. Class 4 Dream Machine

Tanner, owner of Claridge Leather shows us how to thread the TandyPro® by Leather Machine Co. Class 4 Dream Machine.

Load thread into the guide from back to front.

Go through the wire thread guide.
Wrap the thread around the tension disk clockwise. Make sure you hear it snap.
Bring the thread back around and through the thread guide.
Snap into place.

Come down and through the second thread guide below.

Wind thread through the roller tension disks counterclockwise twice.

 

Take the thread up through the thread guide again.

 Guide the thread through the take-up spring.


Guide the thread through the take-up lever from left to right.


Come back down to the next thread guide; push the thread through from top to bottom.


Stick the thread through the thread spring from top to bottom.

 

On the needle bar side, stick the thread through from top to bottom.

Guide the thread into the needle hole from left to right. Then guide the thread through the center foot and towards the back.

To load the bobbin into the machine begin by removing the safety plate to expose the bobbin and hook assembly.

Place the bobbin into the bobbin holder with the thread in a counterclockwise position.


Pull the thread through the slit in the bobbin holder under the spring and between the teeth.

 

Hold needle thread and cycle machine one revolution.

This allows the top thread to catch the bobbin thread. Then pull the bobbin thread up through the feed dog. 


Replace the protective cover over the bobbin housing. 

 

Your TandyPro® by Leather Machine Co. Dream Machine is threaded and ready to sew!

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