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How do I remove the needles A & B - Husqvarna Huskylock Computerized 936

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If you have the old style needle clamp, you may have a lot of trouble getting needles in and out. It can be identified by the c and d screws being on opposite sides of the clamp. If both the c and d screws are on the right side of the needle, you already have the new clamp.
The clamp can be upgraded by a qualified Husqvarna technician, if necessary.
If the screws labeled a & b are loose, the screws should fall out on there on.

Posted on Aug 21, 2009

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Needle removal is pretty simple. The foot was already removed on my wife's machine. Am not sure that was necessary, but if it is it is very simple....single screw. Once that is off, get out the small allen head driver from your serger tools and loosen both needles...and remove them...and replace with new. Maybe a two minute job. The needles seem to be a generic size....available at WalMart.

Posted on Aug 07, 2009

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