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Remove the small rubber cap on the top of the machine. Its about 6mm in diameter.
 
Remove the small rubber cap on the top of the machine. Its about 6mm in diameter.
  
Unscrew the three phillips head screws that hold the large, black face plate on the left side of the machine. They are the screws around the perimeter.
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Unscrew the three phillips head screws that hold large, black face plate on the left side of the machine. They are the screws around the perimeter.
  
Once the needle bar mechanism is visible... Inside the faceplate, remove the black plate that covers the upper half of the needle bar. Remove the screw that holds the needle bar to the rotating crank arm mechanism that moves the bar up and down. Use the correct size driver for this last screw, its stiff and can be stripped if you use the incorrect size driver.
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Once the needle bar mechanism is visible... Inside the faceplate, remove the black plate that covers the upper half of the needle bar. Remove the screw that holds the needle bar to rotating arm that moves the bar up and down. Use the correct size driver for this last screw, its stiff and can be stripped if you use the incorrect size driver.
  
 
The needle bar slides straight up and out of the top of the machine.  
 
The needle bar slides straight up and out of the top of the machine.  

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