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HUSQVARNA SERGER HUSKYLOCK 963

I CAN'T GET IT THREADED CORRECTLY..... WHERE CAN I GET THE MANUAL FOR IT OR INSTRUCTIONS. WE'VE MOVED AND I CAN'T FIND THE MANUAL ANYWHERE.

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  • cathyanne Oct 07, 2008

    I have problem threading my machine - the Husklock 936. I didn't get a DVD or CD with my machine. I'm trying to follow the Manual directions and seem to be following them exactly, but it isn't sewing.

    Can you be of assistance?

    Thank you,

    I'm reachable at rafkarayes@yahoo.com or cathy.anne@yahoo.com

  • patg310 Nov 01, 2008

    I too have the same problem. I purchased my 936 on Ebay, and the cassette was too damaged to use. I also have the manual but must not be following the directions correctly, because it isn't forming stitches. It looks like the machine was originally purchased in 2000. I also sent you an email. Thanks, again. Pat G

  • mgmcinvaill Jan 09, 2009

    i dont have the manual and need threading instructions. please help!

  • gama372 Jan 18, 2009

    I have spent about 5 hours trying to thread my new machine. I cannot get a stitch! I obviously am doing something wrong - probably very simple. Can someone please help me

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Hi,
Know these questions are old, but just wanted to tell you that you can get an 83 page huskylock 936 handbook online. Just search Google, and you'll find it. I see some eBay sellers sell these, but they are just copies they have made of the handbook that is available for download free online! I wonder what Husqvarna would think of people copying their documents and selling them... There's also a 28 page ebook on Specialty Techniques for Huskylocks which sounds useful. I just found these myself. They also sell a service manual, haven't found that online yet though.

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I have the CD which illustrates the correct threading, step by step.  Do you have email?  I would be happy to share.
Let me know,
Lauri
I'm also reachable @ Spoilermom@hillsmountain.com

Posted on Sep 10, 2008

You might want to ask at a local Jo-ann's Fabrics because are Husqvarna machines dealer

Posted on Jun 11, 2008

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