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How do you remove cover from Singer 7462

How do you remove case from singer 7462? I have everything loose except getting it over thread tension control knob

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I found that by turning the machine over on its back I could lift the front cover from the bottom and get it over the tension knob.

Posted on Mar 29, 2008

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