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voidsurfer

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Shoes
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    Maintenance and operation of my CB4500. Leather work techniques and tools.

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  1. This looks like it could solve my problem with my cb4500. I’m so impressed! How can I get hold of a set - I’m in the UK?
  2. Great, thanks. I made the adjustments as directed and it all looks much better! I think the back foot needs to come down a bit now though? video . If so, I can do that following your YouTube video. I am very grateful for your help.
  3. Thanks for the reply Wiz. I want to make sure I have understood your description and instructions, before I start loosening things. I have assumed left is as I look at the head from the front. Please see photo.
  4. I am trying to install in-line presser foot set onto my CB4500. I installed the needle foot and the back presser foot okay. The back presser foot position was fine, but I needed to lower the needle foot a little. I loosened the nut to adjust the needle foot. While making this adjustment I heard a clunk, I think the back presser foot dropped a little, and it no longer walks (goes up and down). I am very much a novice so if you think you can help, please pitch your answer accordingly :). I attach a video. I took the face plate off for the video; I assume it’s something in there that needs attention. if the video isn’t accessible, I’m attaching a photo that may help. TIA.
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