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    Old 06-28-2018, 07:08 AM
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    I have a friend who flips sewing machines she finds at auctions. I get the friends and family deal from her. Last week she asked me about this. I had to make a belt for it , clean and oil. Most of it is working now. Darn those stuck feed dog drop dials. I have not found any info on it at all. Made in Sweden Montreal Canada sticker on the front. twin needle capability ZZ 1 cam came with it. LCR needle settings.
    Fun. It has pretty stitches.

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    Old 06-28-2018, 08:30 AM
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    It looks nice and I am a bit envious ;- ) For the feed dog drop, I would just keep on using some type of spray can stuff on the parts involved from knob to feed dogs, then turn to a good oil. I know you know all about it. On the freearm models the feed dog drop is a small turn button on under or to the right of the stitch width knob. There should be black, flat metal piece connecting the setting button to the feed dogs, the joints involved needs to be detected. I think the knob on the flat be version turns from six o'clock to either three o'clock or some where inbetween 3 and 6.
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    Old 06-28-2018, 12:01 PM
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    The base is tied to the head with a hinging support strap. it is great for access for the bobbin , but a pain for access to the feed dog linkage. I may or may not chase that problem in the near future. We shall wee. Thanks for the hints. You are right, I've faced the problem before, just not on a Husky. Hehe, my other Husky is an industrial with a knee lift....and no bobbin case...[ATTACH=CONFIG]596688[/ATTACH] yet.
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    Old 06-28-2018, 12:28 PM
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    That little knob on right front is feed dogs drop down. If you turn the machine up, you can see the metal flat pieces that need oil.
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    Just when I think you folks cannot possibly find another model machine...!
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    Old 06-30-2018, 08:11 AM
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    yes, Barny, you are right. I just haven't wiggled them enough yet.
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    I'm sorry about the messed up sentences, I hope they made half sense at least. I noticed it too late to correct it.
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