Question about Husqvarna Viking 1
Gummed up with lint and old oil is the most likely.
If you place the unplugged machine on it's back & remove the base and press the reverse lever to see where the connecting rod is attached, you will see something like a collar around the shaft.......you may be able to move it bu hand and it may feel stiff.......use penetrating lubricant (like WD-40) and target spray to the shaft and aim to get between the shaft and collar by manually moving the collar back and forth......it may take several applications to work, and sometimes longer...just wiggle it for 30 sec a few times a day...most recent old singer was 17 days and may applications over that time !!
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Posted on Apr 14, 2008
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