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Thread: LOOKING FOR MANUAL

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    Yesterday during our village rummage days I found a Singer Touchtronic 2001 in excellent condition I am quite intrigued I know it is not an old machine I can date it to 1978 I wasnt even sewing then but it is missing the manual it has a walking foot, ruffler,buttonhole foot, quilting foot . I would like to see about oiling it before I run it. I only paid ten dollars so I cant be out anything

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    Singer has the manual for $15 but sometimes you can find them online free.

    http://www.singerco.com/accessories/manuals.html

    A free parts list (may want to get just in case)

    http://homeappliance.manualsonline.c...ger/2001a.html

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    Don't you just love it when the manual is more expensive than the machine! Sounds like a nice find! Well done.

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    Thanks for info I have a friend coming over today and he is going to oil it But I am going to get a manual for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayelee
    Yesterday during our village rummage days I found a Singer Touchtronic 2001 in excellent condition I am quite intrigued I know it is not an old machine I can date it to 1978 I wasnt even sewing then but it is missing the manual it has a walking foot, ruffler,buttonhole foot, quilting foot . I would like to see about oiling it before I run it. I only paid ten dollars so I cant be out anything
    I have a singer manual #357613-001 that I sent to singer for our school machines...its an extra one and I don't know if it goes with your machine or not but its yours if you want it. Did you try calling singer, they sent this one to me for free.???

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayelee
    Yesterday during our village rummage days I found a Singer Touchtronic 2001 in excellent condition I am quite intrigued I know it is not an old machine I can date it to 1978 I wasnt even sewing then but it is missing the manual it has a walking foot, ruffler,buttonhole foot, quilting foot . I would like to see about oiling it before I run it. I only paid ten dollars so I cant be out anything
    Wasnt that one of the first computerized sewing machines? I have a friend that when the new latest and greatest comes out she buys it. She said that she paid like $3000 for that rascal back in the day if that is the same one I am thinking about.

    Billy

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    Can you post a picture of it? That might help. Many of the older machines are very similar in their need for oiling.

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    Billy do you know what this machine is I found it in the basement covered in mud
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    Here is a picture I think it is probably the same as the Touchtronic 2005 or 2010
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    Quote Originally Posted by jayelee
    Billy do you know what this machine is I found it in the basement covered in mud
    A Japanese version of the Singer 128, and quite a rare find!

    Billy

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    Thank you so much

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