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Thread: Looking for Plugin/pedal Combo for 15-91

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    Super Member Nanamoms's Avatar
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    As previously posted, my sewing table (fold up kind) collapsed and threw my 15-91 onto the floor on the hand wheel side. It seems to be fine except the plastic covering the wiring where it plugs into the machine has broken into several pieces.

    I'm wondering what is the best approach to take...buy the entire dual cord ses or by just the plug part and rewire it? Would appreciate any info as well as if you have one of the dual cords for sale?

    Thanks!

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    Is this what you are looking for? It's less than $9. They have other parts as well.

    http://shop.sew-classic.com/Cord-Sin...ORE-SCE122.htm

    Here's another link

    http://www.sewingpartsonline.com/sin...ine-parts.aspx

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    Quote Originally Posted by katier825
    Is this what you are looking for? It's less than $9. They have other parts as well.

    http://shop.sew-classic.com/Cord-Sin...ORE-SCE122.htm

    Here's another link

    http://www.sewingpartsonline.com/sin...ine-parts.aspx
    Thanks for posting the links - I bookmarked them.

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    Ah, I just checked again and I posted the wrong thing. What broke is the 3 prong "housing" that the dual cord plugs into. It looks as if the wires are ok. I saved the broken pieces and I may be able to glue it all back together. UGH...can't believe this happened. My sweet little 15-91 shows such a great stitch!!

    Thanks for the great links..I am going to bookmarak them.

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    Let me check when I get home...I have a 15-91 parts machine, let me make sure that what I have will work for you.

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    Jenny also carries the three-prong terminal body:
    http://shop.sew-classic.com/Terminal...-SCE192797.htm

    If the prongs on your terminal block are okay and it's a just a piece of the bakelite that's broken off, you can glue it back together with JB Weld 2-part epoxy and it will be very strong.

    It will even fill little chipped areas along the crack and you can shave it level with an x-acto knife when it's hardened. It's black, so you don't have to paint it, either. :)

    I think I first found this stuff at Michael's, but Lowe's has it, too - up by the cash registers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlee
    Let me check when I get home...I have a 15-91 parts machine, let me make sure that what I have will work for you.
    Thanks, Charlee!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thepolyparrot
    Jenny also carries the three-prong terminal body:
    http://shop.sew-classic.com/Terminal...-SCE192797.htm

    If the prongs on your terminal block are okay and it's a just a piece of the bakelite that's broken off, you can glue it back together with JB Weld 2-part epoxy and it will be very strong.

    It will even fill little chipped areas along the crack and you can shave it level with an x-acto knife when it's hardened. It's black, so you don't have to paint it, either. :)

    Great, I'm going to try this. My grandson works at Lowes so I'll get him to pick up some!! And use his discount, too!!! :)

    I think I first found this stuff at Michael's, but Lowe's has it, too - up by the cash registers.

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    What a heartbreak -If gluing it doesn't work let me know - there is a repair store in my area that specializes in old sewing machines

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