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Thread: My new to me $19.99 machine!

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    Super Member hcarpanini's Avatar
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    Great find!

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    Quote Originally Posted by roseOfsharon
    Looks like a singer machine... what are the ID numbers?
    The little plate by the wheel has K246100.

    Kathi in PA

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    WOW You got a bargain

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmw
    thats a nice machine,if the cord works, i would spend some time and unwind all those kinks , my husband would have a fit if he saw that,
    My DH is going to look at it a little closer. We did notice some of the casing is broken probably because of its age. Believe me it will be serviced before I start using it.

    Kathi in PA

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    http://www.sandman-collectibles.com/...r-machines.htm

    You can look at this site.



    Looks like it might be a 99-13

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    It's not a 15-91 clone, cause it has a belted motor. So that's a 15-88? Or something like that.

    Diana! Cute.... I remember seeing a Diana on a craigslist somewhere. I bet it will sew a nice stitch and looks to be in great shape.

    You know, I never thought to ask anyone this. Will a Japanese 15 clone fit in a regular Singer cabinet? Or are the bolts in different spots or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ann clare
    WOW You got a bargain
    I know, I couldn't believe it. She sure is pretty! I'm pretty sure I would be able to use the feet from Miss Eva (my featherweight) on Miss Diana?

    Kathi in PA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathi in PA
    Quote Originally Posted by tmw
    thats a nice machine,if the cord works, i would spend some time and unwind all those kinks , my husband would have a fit if he saw that,
    My DH is going to look at it a little closer. We did notice some of the casing is broken probably because of its age. Believe me it will be serviced before I start using it.

    Kathi in PA
    Mostly, the wiring will need replacing. Check out Billy or sew-classic for replacement wire, plugs, cords and such. Easy as pie. I found the sew-classic tutorial on re-wiring easy to follow. Although, I got my DH to do the rewire on the first one while I watched.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roseOfsharon
    Thanks, I'll check it out.

    Kathi in PA

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwendt
    It's not a 15-91 clone, cause it has a belted motor. So that's a 15-88? Or something like that.

    Diana! Cute.... I remember seeing a Diana on a craigslist somewhere. I bet it will sew a nice stitch and looks to be in great shape.

    You know, I never thought to ask anyone this. Will a Japanese 15 clone fit in a regular Singer cabinet? Or are the bolts in different spots or something?
    This is the first one that I have seen, but until I got into quilting, I guess I didn't pay that much attention. I will now! Thanks for the wiring advice, I'll be researching Billy's site as well as some others that have been suggested.
    Kathi in PA

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