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Old 10-26-2015, 01:58 PM
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If anyone has a General Electric sewing machine they use just as a parts machine, I am very interested in purchasing a power cord.

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Old 10-27-2015, 06:59 AM
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There is a part's person that many have talked about here. I would certainly check on eBay too. Good Luck.
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Old 10-27-2015, 09:26 AM
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Is the power coard missing or are the plugs cracked or damaged?
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what GE machine are you interested in? GE never made any machines - they had others make them for them - and different ones can take different cords.
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I think it's the Sew Handy from a seperate thread.
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I was wondering if it was a SewHandy - but I've seen a few others that were also GE that looked more like the Elna Grasshopper. They were offered after Standard/Osann went out.

I ended up with three sewhandy's - and still don't have an original foot pedal for them LOL!! I do have one cord with a replaced pedal, but the other two came without cords. But they had bobbins and the bobbin case so I figured they were worth the money.
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Is the power coard missing or are the plugs cracked or damaged?
The cord is missing
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It is the sew handy. Looks like it should take an extension cord, bot the prong in the machine are too close together.
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Yes, I am looking for a bobbin case.
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Default Looking for a foot pedal for Standard Sewhandy

I am looking for a foot pedal. I bought an electric cord from eBay but haven't tried it yet.


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If anyone has a General Electric sewing machine they use just as a parts machine, I am very interested in purchasing a power cord.

Thanks, Jean
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