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Old September 15th 04, 05:37 PM
posey
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I have a Singer 580 and a Studio 860. Can I hook up the curly cord from the
580 to the carriage of the 860, thereby using the patterning built in the
580 (mylar pattern reader) on the bed of the 860 (no built in pattern
reader), eliminating the need for DAK or an EC-1 connecton?

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Posey


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Old September 16th 04, 08:51 PM
Brenda Smith
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Hi Posey - yes you can. I use the 860 from the 580 machine. I had someone
make me an extension cord for the straight cord to make it easier.
Brenda in NZ



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Old September 17th 04, 03:05 PM
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Thank you. I'll give it a try.
Posey
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Hi Posey - yes you can. I use the 860 from the 580 machine. I had someone
make me an extension cord for the straight cord to make it easier.
Brenda in NZ





 




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