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Thread: Wizard-A15 clone??

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    Junior Member NewbieToQuilting's Avatar
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    Wizard-A15 clone??

    Saw a Wizard machine this weekend at a sale. It had a flat faceplate on it and looked like an old Singer. Was this a "clone"? Is it good to sew on? It had a nice table with it and thought about going back for it but not sure yet. Any thoughts???

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    I have seen Wizard machines posted here, and I do think they were 15 clones. If it had all its parts and was in good shape I'd say go for it. You should try to test it before you buy though. Take thread, fabric, and needle with you. Make sure the bobbin winder works, the wiring is intact, and check for rust. Post a pic if you get it.

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    NEVER let a sewing machine know you are in a hurry.
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    Lady decided not to sell it...had an "emotional attachment" to it. I did, however, get a 201 today! Now to get her cleaned up so I can take a test drive

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