Question about Husqvarna Viking 1
Did the machine break a needle or get jammed up prior to this? is the needle inserted correctly and all the way up in the holder? are you threading the needle front to back?
it sounds like a timing issue but this would not have gone out of timing on its own - it must have broken a needle or been stuck for timing to go out. if it is timing it could be the timing belt has slipped a couple of teeth, or the hook screws may have allowed it to shift.
if it is timing it requires a tech to repair
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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