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Thread: My Singer Featherweight needs a metal drip pan...

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    My Singer Featherweight needs a metal drip pan...

    I have looked all over the internet and can't find the metal drip pan...mine is missing and I want to get one so it will have all it's parts...mine does not have the metal pan or the drip pan pad...please help..where can I get one...

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    Sorry... found what I was looking for...thanks

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    where did you find it? I need one also....

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    I've seen them occasionally on EBay.

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    Try Glenn WIlliams

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenngal View Post
    Try Glenn WIlliams
    Try sew-classic.com she has many replacement parts for vintage machines.

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    What does your metal drip pan look like? I don't know if my fw has one or not or if it should have one. It was my Aunt's machine and she always took excellent care of anything she had. So I am curious, what does this little item look like. Is it on all FW's or just some? Thanks for the info.

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    It's the bottom. Look u der it, if it's flat and covered with a piece of metal held on with a thumb screw, it has the on. If its open and you can see its gears and innards, the pan is missing.


    I would check with Glenn Williams, he stocks lots of original replacement parts. Sew classic is good, but she more often has new replacement parts so may not have a drip pan.

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