By default, I am the owner of a portable zig-zag sewing machine. I
think I could make it work well, but I need a needle plate and would
benefit a lot from an instruction/adjustment manual.
But I don't know what brand it is. All it shows on the bottom of the
machine is RKZ-AZ 636Z
And twice on the machine itself a logo: a small shield, flat on the
top, vertical on the sides, and pointed at the bottom -- the bottom is
mostly flat, but the point is like an acorn's point.
It as three vertical stripes, each the same width, which is 1/3
the width of the logo. They are red, white, and blue, in that order.
In the middle, in black, is a figure which includes a semi-circle
(maybe a letter C) with the open side pointing to the right and up a
bit (like a crescent moon). Inside the semi-circle is a set of four
line segments that look something like a house: /\
All four segments are connected -- they reach each other -- and the
bottom left and top right segments of the house are rather broad,
while the other two are thin, like caligraphy. If it is supposed to
be a letter or a drawing of something, I can't figure it out.
Can anyone help me? I'd appreciate it.
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