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    These r the 2 machines I posted looking for infor.

    The first is a Vikink model 602
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    The second I have 2 of. Singer
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    Im also needing a bood is anyone has one and would make a copy.
    TY!

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    Here's a link to a manual I downloaded for my Singer 301a--
    http://www.ismacs.net/singer_sewing_...ine-manual.pdf

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    Your singer looks like it is a straight stitche slant needle machine model # 404. That is a good machine.

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    I don't have that flip switch on the bed of my 301A....I wonder why? What does that switch do? You both have it..hmmmm

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    It's called a needle plate adjuster in the manual. It moves the needleplate instead of actually lowering the feeddogs like modern machines. At least that's how I remember my mother using it. I haven't used the machine in ages so I've forgotten.

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