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Singer Sewing machine model 756

Old 11-23-2015, 09:26 PM
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Can any of you all tell me anything about this machine I was gifted this machine but don't know one thing about it and I would appreciate any help you give me ,,,,Thanks so very much Patsy
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Old 11-23-2015, 10:43 PM
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I found this:

Manual is free download:
http://www.singerco.com/support/inst...manuals/search

Threading:
http://www.sewusa.com/Threading_Diag...ng_diagram.htm
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Old 11-24-2015, 04:41 AM
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Thanks Feather3
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Old 11-24-2015, 04:53 AM
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Patsy, spend a little time with the machine and see how you like it. The 700 series Singers have their fans, but I'm not one of them; the earlier top-of-the-line Singers (101, 201, 301, 400s, 500s and early 600s) were built so much better. Unless you love, love, love the machine, I wouldn't recommend putting money into it. (This was me showing restraint. How did I do? I could have said that it was worth what you paid for it, but I would never do that.)
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Old 11-25-2015, 02:19 PM
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*** I was just GIFTED the same machine in a cabinet.
*** Mine has the Manual, some attachments, & 2 bobbins (they are really weird looking).
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*** I have cleaned, oiled, & tested and she runs but loud.
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***If you or any one knows where I can buy some bobbins, please let me know.
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You can buy the bobbins at Hobby Lobby
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My late mother had a Singer Golden Touch'n'Sew...it was a gift to her from my dad. He wanted her to have the top-of-the-line model as she did a lot of sewing for us. When I learned to sew, I did my own share of sewing on that same machine. When she passed away, I inherited that machine and everything in the cabinet; my sibling thought since I had the most memories of it, I should have it. Right now it is upstairs, waiting for me to go to work on some projects. Patsy, once you spend some time with your gift, I'm sure you will enjoy it very much. Oh, I have also seen bobbins for these machines in Walmart. I like the fact that you can wind them right in the machine!
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*** Thanks for the info on bobbins. Will check HB and Wally on my next trip out.
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