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Thread: Antique "Eldredge" sewing machine

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    Does anyone have any information on the "Eldredge" sewing machine. I have one and need more info on it. I have not found a maual for it yet.

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    See if you can find a picture of it on this website:
    http://www.geocities.com/claw.geo/eldredge.html

    Once you can establish what model it is, or what type of machine it is (such as vibrating shuttle), you should be able to find information on the net that is useful -- such as threading diagram, parts explosion, etc.

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    I have a western Electric with a Eldrege VS in it!

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    http://www.ismacs.net/national/from_...o_janome.html#

    heres some interesting history :D :D

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    Hello,
    I too have an eldredge treadle machine. I don't know what model it is because the lettering is very faded. It came with a box of attachments but no bobbins. I am new to treadle machines and want to learn to use them. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    The following place has a manual available for the Improved Eldredge Model B S.R.T. machine. A download is available for $10.00. It threads a bit differently than mine which is an earlier Improved Eldredge Model B without the S.R.T. Other than differences in the threading of the machines, the "innards" appear to be the same. It's a 20 page manual and I'm glad I bought it.

    Here's the info: Phone: 269 651 8834
    Email: relics@tias.com
    Internet: http://www.sewing-machine-manuals.com
    Barb Pampel
    N/E Mississippi

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    Have you tried posting your request in the Vintage Machines thread-? There are some very knowledgeable folks there that may be able to help~~~
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