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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Will Form 2220 Adjustment

Instructions and Help about Will Form 2220 Adjustment

Hi, I'm Nils Rasmussen. I am a cheapskate and my wife's sewing machine is broken. So, I called a sewing machine repair place and they told me it was going to be $90 to fix it. So, I decided to do a little internet research to figure out how to fix it myself. Unfortunately, as you'll see here, this was just a fix that required some adjustment, no parts or anything like that. So, the fix we'll be doing today is if you're the hook, the circle with the hook on it, under here. I don't know the term, so I apologize. But if that's not grabbing onto the thread, which is causing the loop, so that it actually shows properly. In my case, it's just spinning around. The thread is coming, it's not grabbing onto anything. So, that's what we're going to be fixing today. And let's go ahead and get started. So, as you can see, I've got a Singer sewing machine here. This is an older one, and I guess that's relative. But anyway, I've taken some basic tools. I've got a Phillips or flathead pair of pliers and some Allen wrenches. And I've taken the bottom off of the sewing machine, which is pretty easy to do. Just a couple of screws and loosening a nut. And that's all taken apart. So, here's the underside of the sewing machine. As you can see, there's a lot of gears and mechanisms and such going on here. So, we've got our power terminal down at the bottom, or the power block. And then here's the drive shaft I was telling you about. So, it's this silver metal piece right in the middle here that comes along. And what we're going to be focusing on today to fix this is actually...