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Thread: Brother Serger innards

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    Super Member leonf's Avatar
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    Brother Serger innards

    After a cat knocked the serger off the table, GF glued a lot of pieces back on, but I still needed to tear it down to get the feed dog lift to work. I am stunned that they work at all. Fuzz all over the place, metal to metal parts and no easy access for oiling Pretty amazing that they can work for years unattended. I have no idea of the model #. Sorry.

    I think I got it, but need more thread to check it out.

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    Scary photos. Glad you know what you are doing... I wouldn't.
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    Oh Oh Oooooooooooh
    ................... and what about the cat?
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    6 cats in the house. two likely suspects, but the deed was done in secret.

    First time I had opened a serger. but I am getting pretty good at vintage machines.
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    Darn those sneaky felines!!!
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