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Thread: Need Singer Instruction Manual for 1935 model

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    Need Singer Instruction Manual for 1935 model

    Hi. My first time here. First time posting anywhere! I have my Grandmother's 1935 Singer Machine. It's been restored and I'm picking it up soon, but have no idea how to work it. I just started sewing/quilting a year ago and I'm looking forward to the experience of using this family treasure. Thanks

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    More information....like the serial number and a picture of it would help a lot....Welcome to our vintage forum!
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    Serial # AE018940. I contacted Singer, that's how I know its a 1935 model. So far, Singer hasn't responded to my request for a manual. Every time I call the 800 number, there are "18 calls ahead" of me! I can't do photos, sorry.

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    Debbie,

    It is a class 15. The date that the serial numbers were sent to the factory floor was Dec. 5, 1935. It is one of 35,000.
    The sub number depends on how its powered (belted motor -90, geared motor -91, hand crank -89 or treadle -88.
    Use this url for a downloadable manual. Use the 15-91 manual.
    http://www.ismacs.net/singer_sewing_...e-manuals.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Debbie32900 View Post
    Serial # AE018940. I contacted Singer, that's how I know its a 1935 model. So far, Singer hasn't responded to my request for a manual. Every time I call the 800 number, there are "18 calls ahead" of me! I can't do photos, sorry.
    Last edited by Mizkaki; 04-12-2013 at 03:02 PM.
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    Thank you so much. I found it right away. I never imagined this board could be so helpful. Thanks again.

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