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Posted on: 6/24/07 2:44 PM
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I found if I stored my manuals in a three ring binder, they would be easier to find.

To make them easier to read, I had a local office supply store drill holes on the bound side of each manual.

If you choose to do this, take the binder that you plan to use with you so the clerk/associate/tech can line up the manuals correctly before making the holes.

This is an inexpensive method of organizing information if you have more than one machine.

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Donna H said...
Great tip, thanks!
6/24/07 8:29 PM
OP Gal said...
Good idea!
6/25/07 7:55 PM
vwroby said...
Add your downloaded and printed software instructions to the binder and it becomes an essential to the sewing room!!
7/7/07 12:48 PM
movac said...
Thanks I've accumulated several SM manuals and needed this tip.
4/16/11 2:53 PM
lucyreyes66 said...
Where can I get a free downloadalble manual for kenmore. 158
11/3/12 10:33 PM
 
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