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I need a diagram for threading a 4 thread serger huskylock 234D. The diagram inside the cover only gives directions for 2 threads. I can't find my book. Thanks, Pat

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The inside diagram is for the loopers. For the needle threads, just follow the color coded dots.

Posted on Dec 03, 2010

  • pmurphy1584 Dec 03, 2010

    Thanks, smitty59. I realized this in a dream about 2 weeks ago and was able to thread it. (It has been at least 5 years since I have threaded this machine and my aging brain was able to eventually pull up the file. Thanks again, Pat

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