Member since 5/2/09
In reply to Traiven3d
Date: 2/11/13 5:25 PM
You would need a model # instead, that would most likely be on a metal plate on it someplace. It might start with DB possibly. Exedra means not much more than just Brother. And they make a whole lot of machines! Once you had your exact model # instead, then you would know class and type of machine, and could look at it's instruction book, and see what it's specifications were. But even then, since it could maybe be set up different ways, with different feed dogs and plates and such, and even made/adjusted for different sized needles and such too, just because something is a particular model #, does not always tell you all that, if there were more than one feed dogs or stitch plates or such, that a machine could be set up with. But that is where you would start, with the model #.
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