Question about Husqvarna Huskylock Computerized 910
Try a screw driver that you use on eye glasses and see if that will
Posted on Nov 06, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Don't buy the machine unless you have a dealer to stand behind it. Anyone can say they have the best. Go to the store and sew on them and get to know the store that you will deal with. See how they treat not only you, but the returning customers who come in while you are there. That tells you about their service after the sale.
By the way, the Babylock is easiest to thread when using conventional thread, but it is very noisy and does not have the ability to adjust individual tensions. If you want to use decorative thread that is heavier than the other threads, you may need to decrease one tension while leaving the others alone. A Babylock won't give you that freedom.
Go to someone who uses their serger regularly for the type of projects that you want to do and ask pros and cons. Then go out and test drive everything on the market. Don't just get a demo, you should be allowed to operate it yourself.
If you aren't allowed to sew on it, maybe you should find another dealer that carries what you want. But make sure to try them all.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
SOURCE: what tool do you use
Most sergers/overlockers will come with a tool kit including a small flat blade screw driver and a set of tweezers. Both are needed to change a needle along with a steady hand and glasses in my case.
Turn the flywheel towards you until the needle bar is at highest point. If you can, swing the pressure foot out of the way or remove it. Ditto the upper blade, if you can swing it up and out of the way to give yourself plenty of clearance.
Then using your small screwdriver, gently turn the needle screw a half turn at a time until the needle is loose and drops out. NEVER undo the screw all the way out, just enough to get the new needle back in.
Most needle bars will hold two needles with two screws so getting both changed is a bit of a fiddle, I usually slide the new needle up into the slot, then hold it up into the housing with my tweezers while I tighten up the screwdriver. Or I'll hold the tip of the needle up in place using a long fingernail while doing up the screw. YOu may find you need to slightly undo the left needle screw in order to replace the right needle as the two needles sit alongside eachother in the housing very closely.
On most sergers the two needles sit at different heights so have a good look before you remove and then make sure you get the new needle back up into the housing all the way. Always test by winding through a stitch manually just to make sure the needle is clearing your loopers afterwards.
Posted on Aug 03, 2011
SOURCE: huskylock 910 stuck
since it's a husky lock, it would be a good idea to have the machine serviced
& make sure you have the manual to read so you can get use to the machine
Posted on Jun 11, 2012
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