Usually empty fuel, use hook to pull out line , remove filter. Remove air filter cover and airfilter ,now you should be able to see line. Most just pull of carby and go through tank, some you may have to take screws out of av mounts in back of tank to see hole to put it back in.cheers hope this helps if where a stihl i could tell exactly.
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Try here http://www.sewingpartsonline.com/viking-6440-sewing-machine-parts.aspx
If your needed part isn't available there... The only hope in that case is to find another Husky of the same model and use one or the other as a parts machine. (or part out your Husky and buy something else with the earnings..... just don't buy new plastic ones)
Certainly from a VSM Husqvarna dealer, many good sewing repair shops will have a range of bobbins to suit most makes/models
Google VSM Husqvarna and find the store locator page for your country or region to locate the nearest one...........or look in the phonebook for service centres.
Probably need to re-adjust the carburetor jets. They are very small screws in the base of the carburetor. They will be labeled with an "H" and an "L" . Set the low speed first by turning it in slowly until the rpm drops slightly then start turning it outward untill the engine idles smoothly. At that point you can also adjust idle speed. Then you need to be careful here but you need to hold the throttle wide open at the same time adjusting the high speed jet. Turn it in until the rpm drops then slowly turn it out. The rpm will keep increasing. Once you get to a point where it is max'ed out then screw the jet back in one half a turn. Changes in altitude like using your chainsaw in town versus going to the mountains for firewood can sometimes make it necessary to adjust the fuel/air ratio.
If this was started without oil in fuel, then the piston is likely scored, and the compression rings stuck in a smeared aluminum mess. You can remove the muffler and probably see the damage to the piston. It can probably be repaired though. Take it to a reputible shop, then read the owners manual and get some help to learn how to safely use and maintain your investment that you have in this saw.