Replacing Dial Needles with Ease

So to change a dial needle, this is already on your tube. You open up the screw in the back and the needle doors are going to be right, always there. You might look in the beginning, but it's also zero one. And that one screw does just hold. You'll see in a second make sure you don't lose the screw. And when you take this out, lift up first and then pull out. And there you can see all the needles are there and you can see here pushed out.

Handling Broken Needles

So if one is broken and you'll see the hook is broken, you take these little along those pliers and just take them out. And so how do you not like if there's broken, there will already be a hole there. And so the butts, these square pieces here are running inside there. The groove. Yeah. If for any example that you see that you take this off and you see the needles are up like that, that means there's pulling down too much or the yarn is too tight here, which we'll talk about later, which is going to, so an indicator that something else is wrong is that the needle butts raise up. Sort of like I'll just raise, I'm trying to do it more pronounced. Do it like that. That means there's too much tension on the yard. So just make sure, put it back in.

Needle Replacement and Maintenance 

Don't spray oil. You might want to blow air before you put it back. So in the future, let's say after three months of running, you might say there's an accumulation of lin back here and you might want to take the air gun and blow it and this will blow out. So say you identified that this was the needle, then you take your long nose pliers and just grab it here. You can actually do it by hand, grab it with the pliers and then just take it out. It's just because you can't get your fingers, you could do it with your hands if it was open. So you make sure that this goes back into the right place. And you'll see it should be flush. It will move until we get the screw. Don't lose the screw. These are basic metric screws.