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Husqvarna 630 needle is stuck in the middle positon

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Do you mean it will straight stich only and won't do a zig-zag stitch, or what?

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I just inherited another Huqvarna (this is a model 630). It was working great until I wound a bobbin on it. After I removed the filled bobbin the machine won't move the needle up and down (but the bobbin...


I do not know the Husqvarna Viking 630. However, I have used the Viking 6690 and it has a similar on-the-side bobbin winding routine. I suspect that you failed to move the bobbin winding mechanism back into the sewing position. Look closely at the area around the bobbin winding spindle. It looks like there is a lever below the spindle. Does this need to be moved or rotated? Double check the steps in the manual and check that you did the opposite steps of preparing to wind the bobbin.

On the 6690, you pull out a knob after removing the bobbin. (You push this piece in and put the bobbin onto the now exposed spindle for winding.)

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Dec 21, 2014 | Sewing Machines

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Stitch length stuck husqvarna


Remove the needle plate and make sure there is no lint obstructing the feed dogs. If they are clear, it is usually the feed dog step motor gone bad. You should have your machine serviced by an authorized Husqvarna Viking dealer. You can find your nearest dealer at the Husqvarna Viking website - http://www.husqvarnaviking.com/us

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Needle from getting stick in one place when using buttonhole function?


I suspect that you have your feed dogs lowered and/or you have the setting wrong for buttonhole, several of these machines you have to turn the dial or use the reverse arrow to make it change to all dies.

Aug 13, 2014 | Husqvarna Sewing Machines

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How do you align the needle threader on Husqvarna Quilt Designer II?


You need a torx #6 screw driver to loosen the screws on the back of the threader, (I use magnifying goggles to see the threader) then put the threader in the down postion and look to see and make sure the hook of the threader goes through the eye of the needle. Holding the threader in the down positon with the hook sticking through the eye of the needle, tighten the screws on the backside of the threader, Double check it (slowly) to be sure it didn't move while you tightened the screws.

Nov 06, 2009 | Husqvarna Viking 1

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The stitch selector on my Viking 630 is stuck after sewing buttonholes. Even with the needle up it won't move. Before this it worked great. I can't even figure out how to open the cover to see what's...


The rear cover has a screw at the top rear of the machine. Remove it, then press outward and lift upward on the rear cover and it will come off.
The finger that is sitcking is silver and has a somewhat heavy spring connected to it. Turn the dial on the front of the machine and look at the cam that rotates, you'll see grooves in it and the finger that should ride those grooves. Your silver finger (called a cam follower) will be very hard to move. Be very gentle with it, use a penatrating oil and move it back and forth and even a little bit up and down. Go easy, if you break that follower, a new machine will be in your future! Don't turn any screws, freeing that finger should do the trick. Also in the middle of the top of the machine you'll see a square "block" with springs connected to it. That is the feed block and sometimes also sticks. After freeing the finger, check to see if the reverse button works. If it doesn't that block may be frozen as well. You can put oil (liquid wrench, or teflon oil etc.) on each side and work it back and forth and slightly side to side to get the oil to penetrate the mechanism and free it.

Oct 22, 2009 | Husqvarna Viking 1

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Husquarvana Viking model 630 needle doesn't move when powered up


if the balance wheel is moving round okay manualy it could be but it could be thread lock or just a tiny bit of fabric stuck in the workings

Jun 12, 2009 | Husqvarna Viking 1

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Needle stuck in right position, will only sew tiny,tiny stitches


oil it. down the shaft if you can get to it. and where ever there is a hole it always helps.

Mar 26, 2009 | Husqvarna Viking 1

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How do I reinsert the bobbin case...


Hi PaQuilter,

Right when you're in the middle of a project - ALWAYS when something goes wrong!

Have you tried turning the bobbin the other direction in the bobbin case? On some machines the direction the bobbin turns can really make a difference.

If you've tried that and still not working:
  1. Make sure the needle is fully up in the needle hole - loosen needle screw, push needle up as far as it will go and re-tighten screw. Drapes are heavy work and the vibration of the machine may have caused the needle to slip a bit.
  2. Re-thread machine from scratch - i.e. take thread completely out of thread path and start at the very first guide from the spool. The thread can sometimes pop out of one or more of the upper guides/paths and this can cause the problem with the bobbin thread.
  3. If the above doesn't cure the bobbin issue, your machine may be out of time and require a Husqvarna tech to look at it/fix it.
Hoping the problem is cured by the above and doesn't require a trip to the sewing machine doctor.

Happy sewing - good luck with the drapes,
Kim & Linnette

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Viking 990s sewing machine


take needle back out hit the reset and this should realign back to center some machines have a 3 needle setup this is also a make sure that needle is positioned in middle
3 needle setup is for the thicker decrative sowing

May 15, 2008 | Husqvarna Sewing Machines

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