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Export Service To Australia USPS Package Service To Australia Discontinued!
As of September 3rd of last year, the US postal service has discontinued package delivery to Australia until further notice due to the Corona Virus. WE have converted all Australia shipments to UPS Worldwide Saver service. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Brother Punch Card Reader Problems
Brother knitting machines have an ongoing punch card reader problem (timing belt/punch card reader mechanism) that can occur with Brother (and KnitKing) punch card machines. Especially vulnerable is the KH-260 (or KnitKing PC) . It mostly occurs when the patterning mechanism has not been used in a while or has not been serviced for some time. It needs to be kept oiled. Cleaning and lubricating your machine should be done regularly at least once a year and more often if your machine is used often as it is susceptible to lint and yarn fuzz contamination. Oiling the timing belt sprocket...
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Studio/Singer/Silver Reed Machine Knitter FAQ
Knitting Machine Tips By Judy Knitting Machine Troubleshooting Studio Singer Knitting Machine Tips Studio/Singer/Silver Reed Machine Knitter FAQ
Questions often asked by Studio/Singer/White and Silver Reed Knitters. Point Cams, Magid Cams and Yarn Separators. What are they and what am I supposed to do with them? Magic Cams, Point Cams and Yarn Separators are used for knitting an isolated motif, usually referred to as "Single Motif" in your manual. Magic Cams screw onto the carriage, one to the left and one to the right, just behind the side levers. Magic Cams tell your carriage that you want to knit one single pattern some where on your garment. Point Cams are like the margins of a typewriter, Point cams...