Question about Husqvarna Huskylock Computerized 910
The bottom of that serger can be removed quite easily. Lay it on it's back and you'll see 4 larger screws and 2 smaller ones. You can remove the bottom without fear because nothing is mounted to the bottom plate. When the screws are out, the bottom comes off with slight pressure to the left after you open the front cover. Once open use your vacuum cleaner and remove the lint. You could use a rag with a cleaner like laquer thinner to remove any serious grime if there is any. Once clean, turning the handwheel on the side, you can see what parts move. Where ever you see metal moving next to metal put 2 drops of a teflon type lubricant. I personally like "Tri-Flow lubricant. Do not use 3 in1 oil. It's important that you don't use an oil that attracts dirt and turns "gummy" in the future. Tri Flow doesn't, 3 in1 does!
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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