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jhfiddler Posted - 05/17/2009 : 07:35:49 AM
Hello everyone: Could anyone tell me if there is a cast-on comb for the KX-350? I got this machine with a cast-on comb from a friend in another state who does not have a computer-so can't contact her about this. She had several knit machines in her shop-but when rounding up the equipment for the KX-350-she did not have claw weights-only little triangle ones with S-hooks and the cast-on comb she included does not seem to fit. When I did try to use it-it seems that the teeth are to short and the carriage hits it. I used to have a Toyota standard and that cast-on comb had small wire teeth and hung lower-which would work. I read somewhere while searching on-line for the sponge bar that this machine does not use a cast-on comb? Does anyone know?...Thanks, Judy-jhfiddler
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stove0852 Posted - 05/23/2009 : 8:22:48 PM
I believe that the KX 350 does have a cast on comb as part of the original equipment but it isn't totally necessary to have a cast on comb to make the machine work. You can use an e-wrap cast on that doesn't require the cast on comb. As far as the sponge bar is concerned the 350 doesn't use a sponge bar it uses a sponge strip.
The Knitting Closet has these and the instructions for changing them, which can be somewhat tricky. Hope you can get your machine up and running.
Steve in Norfolk, Va.

Steve
jhfiddler Posted - 05/18/2009 : 3:26:38 PM
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Originally posted by jhfiddler

Hello everyone: Could anyone tell me if there is a cast-on comb for the KX-350? I got this machine with a cast-on comb from a friend in another state who does not have a computer-so can't contact her about this. She had several knit machines in her shop-but when rounding up the equipment for the KX-350-she did not have claw weights-only little triangle ones with S-hooks and the cast-on comb she included does not seem to fit. When I did try to use it-it seems that the teeth are to short and the carriage hits it. I used to have a Toyota standard and that cast-on comb had small wire teeth and hung lower-which would work. I read somewhere while searching on-line for the sponge bar that this machine does not use a cast-on comb? Does anyone know?...Thanks, Judy-jhfiddler


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