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Thread: Kingston heavy duty sewing machine

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    Pretty machine in a very neat cabinet that I am green with envy for.
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    Thanks for all the suggestions. We looked at the bottom of the machine yesterday and found the following numbers and letters. 501
    J CIP J has a slash across the letter.
    on the right end of the machine 606
    On label on motor---Quality sewing machine.
    115 volts 105 watts
    195233-G-RP
    We have tried threading the machine, but it will only stitch once and doesn't bring up the bobbin thread. Is a fun mystery to work with.
    Huskerred

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    More information on Kingston sewing machine

    Thanks for all the suggestions. We looked at the bottom of the machine yesterday and found the following numbers and letters. 501
    J CIP J has a slash across the letter.
    on the right end of the machine 606
    On label on motor---Quality sewing machine.
    115 volts 105 watts
    195233-G-RP
    We have tried threading the machine, but it will only stitch once and doesn't bring up the bobbin thread. Is a fun mystery to work with.
    Huskerred

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    If you put the needle in wrong or thread it wrong it will do that - ask me how I know... The needle should go flat side toward the machine. It should thread left to right. Make sure the bobbin is in right.
    NEVER let a sewing machine know you are in a hurry.
    Success is not final. Failure is not fatal. It is the courage to continue that counts. Winston Churchill

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