Introduction

If the fork arm in The Buttonholer is not moving properly while being operated, chance are you need to replace the spring holding the arm.

  1. Unscrew the screw located underneath fork arm using a Flathead screwdriver. Unscrew the screw located underneath fork arm using a Flathead screwdriver. Unscrew the screw located underneath fork arm using a Flathead screwdriver.
    • Unscrew the screw located underneath fork arm using a Flathead screwdriver.

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  3. Raise the fork arm so that it is parallel with the upper hook. Turn the lower hook towards you from the bottom, and remove. Turn the lower hook towards you from the bottom, and remove.
    • Raise the fork arm so that it is parallel with the upper hook.

    • Turn the lower hook towards you from the bottom, and remove.

  4. Remove the old spring from the hook. Add the new spring to the hook.
    • Remove the old spring from the hook.

    • Add the new spring to the hook.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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