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Thread: Kangaroo Sewing Machine Co

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    She has a sticker underneath but it is covered by black ink. My son and I used a magnifying glass and flashlight. We got TC 089236.
    Any clues anyone!?!?
    I appreciate the help. I knew I could count on you wonderful people for help! A huge thanks!

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    Thank you Joe for your help. I will visit their site. I didn't see anything in the manual about the switch on the front that you can select embroi/silk/norm.
    Any clues how to use that?
    Last edited by Dairy Farmwife; 03-29-2013 at 04:10 PM.

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    Wondering if there might be away to unstick the pages without ruining them? I'
    m sure there must be away to restore old books. Love the Kangaroo, what a nice interesting find there!

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    That is one of the prettiest machines I have ever seen,

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    I'd be hopping for joy!

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    What a beauty.

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    If you never find out its origin, you still have one unique beautiful machine with a huge interest factor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dairy Farmwife View Post
    I didn't see anything in the manual about the switch on the front that you can select embroi/silk/norm.
    Any clues how to use that?
    The knob pictured in your 5th picture raises and lowers the feed dogs. Norm is for regular sewing, Silk is for finer fabrics and Darn lowers the feed dogs so you can move the fabric by hand.
    Sweet Caroline

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    I'd suggest contacting Sew Classic to see if she can help you find a manual.

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