Look at the presser foot and imagine they are at the center of a clock. Now look at 4:00. There is a horizontal wheel (dial) on the free arm that needs turning.
The feed teeth are lowered when you turn the dial on the front of the free arm to the left . Turn the dial to the right if you wish to raise the feed teeth. The feed teeth will raise as you begin to sew.
Look at #12 on page 2 here: http://new.husqvarnaviking.com/sitefiles/clientsite/57/57c874e2-c4de-4acc-a703-3d47b01f941b.pdf
Hello pup...... In the future, don't wind the bobbin so fast. The reason it gets stuck is because the thread is so tight on the bobbin it actually makes the bobbin a tiny bit smaller, making it hard to get off again. If you dont wind it so fast, it doesn't get so tight. Remove a few yards of thread from the bobbin and it will release from the winder peg. Joe
I don't know if this is an option for you, but you might try to take the machine to someone that specializes in these machines. It is very hard to diagnose these types of problems over the computer. But if you have someone look at it. It is possible that there is a very simple fix.
This question has been answered within Fixya already. Here's what I found.
Over time, and especially when not used, there is a likelihood of dust and old oil forming a sort of glue, or clag....
Remove the needle for safety, then, when you have the setting on Zig zag, gently push the needle arm to the opposite side of the zig stitch.......release the needle arm, and if it springs back quickly, it is fine, if it moves slowly, or almost not at all, then the clag needs removing with application of few drops of methylated spirit to start, at the sort of piston affair that shifts needle arm L & R .....move the needle arm back & forth until it frees up, a drop of oil to finish.........if almost seized, may require leaving overnight after using a penetrating lubricant if it is really resistant....I have had them on the bench for 3 days with manual manipulation a few times each day before they finally come good.
Denatured alcohol is fine, surgical spirit too, different countries have different names or products, essentially alcohol with few impurities that will evaporate quickly with little residue.
Hope this does work for you, tho' as I said, it may take a little time to penetrate depending on severity........the same applies to the reverse mechanism of many machines when they seize.
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