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    I picked up a Singer in a cabinet for $5.00 yesterday. It is an 'Edison' DA 96054. Anyone know anything about this one? Sorry no pic. available yet. Also, when I plug her in, she starts to sew. Is there an On/Off switch somewhere that I just can't see or find? Please help. Thanks

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    Lucky you!! I don't have the answer but give this board a few minutes and you'll probably be able to write the manual for it.

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    If it is a machine that has a separate plug for the light, it is possible the machine is plugged into the receptacle for the light, in which case, it will sew straight away.

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    Thanks. You are so right about that. So many smart and helpful ppl on here.

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    Thanks. I'll try switching the plugs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k9dancer
    If it is a machine that has a separate plug for the light, it is possible the machine is plugged into the receptacle for the light, in which case, it will sew straight away.
    Thank you so much. That did the trick. I was just so excited that it ran that I had a brain freeze.. hehe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nannie Tanya
    Quote Originally Posted by k9dancer
    If it is a machine that has a separate plug for the light, it is possible the machine is plugged into the receptacle for the light, in which case, it will sew straight away.
    Thank you so much. That did the trick. I was just so excited that it ran that I had a brain freeze.. hehe.
    So glad I could help. I have a machine like that, and one day I purposely plugged it in the wrong way to see what would happen. So now I know.

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    http://www.singerco.com/support/serial_2letter.html
    See if this helps you find more info. Maybe even a manual.:)

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    There are so many smart members on this board!

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    Quote Originally Posted by erstan947
    http://www.singerco.com/support/serial_2letter.html
    See if this helps you find more info. Maybe even a manual.:)
    Thanks for the info. I tried that and then realized that it is an Edison. Did more research and found it to be a very common machine, but it's mine and she's beautiful or should I say he is handsome. lol

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