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Remove housing on viking se

I removed all the screws on the back of the machine but can't get the housing off.Help

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There are six screws on the back and 1 on the free arm cover after that there are two on the bottom, after removing all of those screws its easy if you hit the side by the handwheel and it should pop free. i really wouldnt recommend doing this if your not a certified viking tech as it will void your warranty

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