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Holding screw broken on delta sewing machine MD11871

Is it possible to get this holding screw as spare parts?

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Try calling or email these sites about the part

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SOURCE: part for sewing machine

you'll need a very small Allen Wrench, open the door where the light is, see the tiny whole near the assembly? unscrew and pull the entire assembly out. put the new assembly in and tighten.

Posted on Aug 09, 2008

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That should be your foot I'm guessing?!? The machine should have come with several?!? Like, a zipper foot, button hole foot etc. Mine (Janome SX 2122) are stored in my machine, in the top section where you load the thread. , you can use one of the others. Mine also has a spare basic foot...have a look and see if it's there either in or with your machine or with some of the extra parts it should have come with (may run into troubles if it's second-hand you may not even have all of the parts)...if you don't have a basic foot you can often just use one of the other feet (like a zipper foot or something), which may not quite hold the material down, depending on what you're sewing, at least until you get a chance to get another basic foot...which you can get from any store that sells material or sewing machines. Hope that helps :)

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SOURCE: repair singer 502 sewing machine

You can get the fears quite easily and fit them yourself and if you email me I can attach full instructions.

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SOURCE: viking sewing machine 940 needs spare parts

Certified Viking parts are only available from an authorized Husqvarna Viking dealer. However, there are some third party parts companies online. You should be able to find these using Google Search. However, I strongly recommend you have the machine serviced through an authorized Husqvarna Viking dealer. You can find the nearest dealer by click on the "Dealer" link at
Good luck.

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SOURCE: Problem w/ metal plate over bobbin

try and find the screw dude... either that or try taping it down i know it's not an ideal solution but it's a quick fix until you can replace the screw

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Where can I find this board model#XE 7316001 for a brother CE 1100PRW computerized sewing machine?

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I took my needles out to change them and can't get them back in!

Heather, switch off machine from electric supply.gently lay machine on its back, you will then be able to look at the needle holder .remember the needle has a flat side and this must corispond to the shape where the needle enters into the space for it . be sure you tighten needle into place with the tool provided for the job. Reston machine back onto it's base . Tread up machine and slowly turn by hand the side wheel to make sure the needle is in the right place. When this is working you can refit electric cable as continue sewing. P'S try sewing on a bit of spare fabric to make sure all is well..happy sewing , lois

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The shaft that holds the bobbin on my Husqvarna Prisma 950 has broken off after 30 years of sewing, can the part be replaced.

call husqvana headquarters parts department and make inquiries if the part is still available
talk with the local sewing machine repair agent as there may be spraes available from a unit that they are using for spares

Jun 06, 2016 | Husqvarna Sewing Machines

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Bobbin plate cover screw

You should be able to find those at a sewing repair shop. If your machine has more than one of them, take the spare with you to the shop. Otherwise, tell the repair person the make & model of your machine and they can probably get a replacement.


May 25, 2016 | Sewing Machines

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I need a spare part the HEEL that holds the presser foot.the plastic has broken & the plastic rod attaching the foot which now keeps dropping off.I have tried a pin but it drops after a few minutes.

I'd take the broken part to your nearby sewing material store. They may have a replacement, or be able to order a replacement. Otherwise try the MFG website, or email their customer service. Or try Ebay

May 14, 2015 | Sewing Machines

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Hook Drive Gear, Riccar #53741 how to take part off of sewing machine

Hi there,

Today I got such a machine (Riccar) for free from a lady I know. the only problem was that the needle walked against the bobbin (timing problem).

I screwed the sewingmachine open and after some screwing I saw that the part, Hook Drive Gear, Riccar #53741, was broken. Wat I did is I enscrewed two screws wich hold the part on the axe and with a bigger flat screwdriver I could just push the part from the axe, from the other gear. It looks more difficault then it is.

Now I have to get a new part, put it back and time the the machine so that the needle will go normal, at the right time, in the bobbin. Does anybody know the trick to do that?


Apr 23, 2012 | Riccar Sewing Machines

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Elna 683 overlocker spare parts

I can see a needle plate

from, but it is marked as being for Elna 664. They don't have your model listed on their website.

You could email them and ask if its compatible with your model or just look at the part and see if it looks the same to you?

Other option is to contact Elna head Office in your country and ask them for price and availability; often this is best course of action as any sewing machine dealer will probably need to order in the part anyway.
Visit, then go to your country, then "Contact Us" page to find their contact details.

Hope this helps you get the overlocker going again.

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If you are asking if you should change the needle, yes. My experience is that a dull needle will cause problems long before it breaks. If you are asking how to change the needle, then: first raise and then remove the foot (not really necessary but makes it easier) If possible do not remove the screw that secures the foot. Next loosen the small screw that secures the old/broken needle in place. Remove the old/broken needle, paying close attention to the needle's alignment (which direction is the flat side of the shaft facing) Insert the new needle with the same alignment as the old needle. Tighten the small securing screw, replace the foot and tighten the screw that holds it in place. Rotate the machine by hand to insure that the new needle does not strike or rub against anything during it's full cycle. Sometimes a broken needle will indicate a timing problem or a incorrectly installed bobbin holder. Re-thread the machine and check for proper operation.

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I have a hobbylock 776. The square box on the shaft that holds the needles is broken. I think the holes for the screws are stripped. I believe it is the needle bar. Can not find a part.

You will need a new needle bar. Call your local Pfaff Dealer, as this part is only available from them (if at all). The needle set screw holes could possibly be tapped and fitted with different screws as a last resort, but I wouldn't count on it.

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