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Thread: Singer Model 27 Crinkle, Perplexed

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    Super Member J Miller's Avatar
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    Caroline,

    I do not like to take the main moving parts off of sewing machines. However, sometimes you have to. My rusted up 99K was one such machine. In order to get it de-rusted and functional I had to disassemble the bottom end and pull one of the connecting rods out of the pillar. It just had to be done.

    If I had your machine I'd just take it apart. You can't hurt it much more by doing so and you have a good chance of getting it fixed.

    Joe

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    Super Member Caroline S's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by J Miller View Post
    Caroline,

    I do not like to take the main moving parts off of sewing machines. However, sometimes you have to. My rusted up 99K was one such machine. In order to get it de-rusted and functional I had to disassemble the bottom end and pull one of the connecting rods out of the pillar. It just had to be done.

    If I had your machine I'd just take it apart. You can't hurt it much more by doing so and you have a good chance of getting it fixed.

    Joe
    OK Joe. How do you get the connecting rods out of the pillar? I figured that is my next adventure.
    Sweet Caroline

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