Question about Husqvarna Husky 145
Posted by Anonymous on
1. Loosen your hand pulley by removing a small screw that is on the outside edge and take your pulley off. The pulley also has to be rotated to unscrew it. Check the belt to insure the belt is aligned and push down to see if it is too tight. The motor can be loosened to adjust for tightness and alignment. If the belt is cracked it should be replaced. Try to also oil all moving parts including the needle bar while you're at it. Also, oil the race that is under the bobbin with one drop of oil. If that doesn't correct the problem you should try another foot control.
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