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I am trying to change the needle on a janome eZy-Lock 304 overlocker. the needle will not stay in place! there are two screws one on the side and one in front. how do I get the needle to stay? It is the right size

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On my overlocker, its the screw in the front; it obviously works by pushing onto the needle head. Perhaps you've loosened it too much ?

Posted on Sep 14, 2010

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