Each of the six yarn positions has their own path (1 to 6) to prevent the yarn from tangling and breaking.
Thread each yarn as described here, while changing only the location of the path. This means that for example, the second yarn follows the orange course. The third and fourth paths use an extra guide (EG) each between guide VII and VIII.
Note: Your machine will have more top yarn control units to allow for more variation in the use of yarns. These illustrations merely show the order in which the machine should be threaded.
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Cone position and top yarn control unit
Guides top left
Lateral yarn control unit