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Old 09-30-2021, 04:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Dressmaker View Post
I picked this one up a a yard sale today, no idea what t is. It has a rotary hook like the 201 but with a different retaining bracket. The tension dial and hand wheel clutch both have different parts from the standard Singer.
That is a Singer model 101. It was the first Singer domestic machine specifically to be electrified. It originally had what is called a potted motor, which was built into the machine.

There is a blog that has lots of pictures of a 101 and some information at http://steelsewing.blogspot.com/2018...chine-101.html

A manual can be found at https://www.singer.com/support

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