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Thread: Handicapped but still trying.

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    Charlee and Billy, I have a Singer Treadle with serial number
    G470922. It is missing the needle plate and needs a great cleaning job done on it. I will use it on quilts but it is to do
    therapy on my legs. Do you know of where I can start looking for the needle plate?

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    What a great idea! I hope it works.

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    Oh, that is so much better than some type of exercise or rehab equipment, isn't it? :)

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    Talk to lostN51 he is the best for answers or on ebay.

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    Good way to build muscles! Good luck and good pedaling'

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    Check with the following website - under sewing machine parts:

    http://www.sewingmachinesplus.com

    They have been in business for 40 years, so hopefully this will work for you or they can direct you to another source. I hope this helps you out.

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