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Thread: Help with 1920 singer

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    slc
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    Help with 1920 singer

    I purchased a 1920 singer sewing machine for $25.00, it has some sort of hand crank that attaches to the outside of the wooden platform but I am not sure what it is suppose to do, can anyone help me?
    Sue

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    Can you post a picture? That might help. I grew up in my grandmother's sewing shop. A picture might jog my memory. mikkiwein

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    If it attaches to the outside of the box ... it sounds like a knee lever. They're L shaped, about 20" long, and it fits into a hole at the front right side of the box. It will store into the bentwood dome box top when not in use.
    May your stitches always be straight, your seams always lie flat, and your grain never be biased against you.

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