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Thread: PINK Morse Duomatic TZ 50, Picture Heavy

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    Super Member kitsykeel's Avatar
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    Caroline,

    If by chance you take your bobbin winder apart, will you take notes or pictures of how it is assemble so I can figure mine out? I have two washers and a spring that I can't figure where they go. That would be such a big help.
    Kitsy

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    Will do...we have had a stormy day here today so will get off the computer until tomorrow.

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    Good looking machine, looking forward to seeing photos of her after she's all cleaned up. Love that color.

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    WOW! cool machine! Please post pics when she is done!
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    How wonderful! Years ago, I passed up a capri blue Morse Fotomatic and honestly, I've regretted it ever since. Glad you jumped on this one!

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    cool machine. evaporust might help. I think I would go to an antique car show with it in my car. Then I would ask around what they use on their cars. You might get some good answers.
    NEVER let a sewing machine know you are in a hurry.
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    Morse Attachments

    I thought I would post pics of the attachments that came in the box. You can see the rusty presser foot, bobbin case and bobbin that I have already removed from the machine which are now soaking in Evaporust. There is also a bobbin case for an older White or Kenmore and assorted other stuff. The one attachment that I am excited about is a hopping foot. That is the first time I have found one in an attachments box.
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    Sweet Caroline

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    I think that you found Cinderella!

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    Month ago I have never even a morse. Bought a 4400 the toady t a garage sale I picked up a 4300 w/ acc. If it stitches like the 4400 I wll be delighted. Will test drive tomorrow. Wore out from heat come 8/11 headed for Washington to cool off.

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    Morse Refurbish Update

    Before and after pics of the Hook & Race assembly. Evaporust is wonderous stuff. It only took me two times to get it back together correctly.

    The third pic is of the needle clamp and screw. So far I have not figured out how to remove it for an Evaporust bath. I am thinking that the two hooky things on the left side of the clamp may be the clue. HELP


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