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Was looking at a parts place, here is the link to their Singer 630 parts:
Looks like they have most of the gears that machine needs. I'd give it a go ... but then I'm a sucker for an ailing machine.
Thank to everyone. I wouldn't use the break cleaner myself. My husband would use it for me. I got them cleaned up with a toothpick and a small screwdriver. Greased them with Singer grease and it sewed great. I paid $37.45 which included tax and sold it to my neighbor for the same price. I told her about the gears and that if they break I would give her money back. I figured I could salvage parts. It would also be fun to tear one down completely for the learning experience. The machine is in a cabinet, has the original manual, attachments and buttonhole maker. Sandy
Last edited by js3830; 06-11-2012 at 02:48 AM.
Are you talking about automotive "brake" cleaner or is there a product out there called "break clean"? Sorry for the confusion.
The only place that housework comes before quilting is in the dictionary.