Old 06-08-2021, 09:56 AM
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Originally Posted by JoeJr View Post
... 5. the stitch length cover plate.

... Always make sure you use the correctly sized screwdriver to remove screws, it's really easy for the the screwdriver to slip and bung up the slot on the screw (says the voice of experience!). ...
Welcome. I agree with bkay and Joe. However, a 1906 15 does not have a stitch length cover plate - do not attempt to remove the stitch length knob. Fortunately, I have never done it, but from what I have read it is a bear to get back on.

Oil, wiggle, oil, attempt again. Blaster, wiggle, tap.

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