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The needle to se w has to be put back to sew

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There is a screw that holds the needle in place. You need to loosen that screw, but do not remove it completely or drop it. If there is a piece of the needle still in the machine, remove it but pay attention to which direction the flat side faces! Insert a new needle (make sure it is facing the correct direction), push the needle up as far as possible and tighten the screw.

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