How to Replace a Singer Sewing Needle?

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You can replace a singer sewing needle by first untying the screw holding the needle and pull the needle out of the sewing machine. Push your new sewing needle into the hole where the former one was and make sure you push it up as far as it goes as you tighten the screw. Once it is in the right place then you can continue sewing.
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1. Move the foot pedal away from your feet so you can't accidentally step on it while you're working on the machine. Turn the hand wheel on the side of your machine until the needle
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What kind of singer sewing machine do you want to thread? For threading a singer sewing machine you will need to know if you want to thread it vertical or horizontal and it depends
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To do this, you must not only take off your regular presser foot, but take of the part directly above it. You must loosen the presser foot screw, and take everything off below it.
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All home sewing machines have used the needle system 130/705H (same as 15x1H or HAx1) in the last 40+ years, so the only thing you need to decide on is size of the needle and point
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