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On all machines having the needle bar slot at the left, the flat side of needle must face the right and needle must be threaded from left to right (from long groove side). This applies to Singer machines 15-30, 15-86, 15-87, 15-96, 15-98, 66, 99, 101, 27, 127, 28, 128 and 185.

On all machines having the needle bar slot to the right, the flat side of the needle must face the left and needle must be threaded from right to left (from long groove side). This applies to Singer machines 15-88, 15-89, 15-90, 15-91, 15-125, 191, 201, 221, 222 and 301.

On the Singer machines of the 400 series, the flat side of the needle must face the back with long groove side toward you. The needle must be threaded from front to back (from long groove side).

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