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    Old 09-04-2010, 09:17 AM
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    I was given this machine. It is a Dressmaker, made in Japan. It has 2 cords to plug in. It doesn't have a foot pedal, there are 2 buttons to push for stitching. Has anyone seen one like this before ?
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    Old 09-04-2010, 12:34 PM
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    I SEEN ONE ON EBAY LIKE TIS ONE
    ITS MADE IN THE LASTE 50's EARLY 60's
    IF YU HAVE A REPAIRSHOP NEAR YU IT WOULD BE WELL WORTH YR TIME TO SEE ABOUT GETTING A FOOT or IT MAY TAKE THE UNIVERSAL FOOT


    one like this may work

    http://www.sewingstyle.com/Elna-Sewi...rol-704NS.html
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    Old 09-04-2010, 12:35 PM
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    TRY THAT SITE OUT
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    Old 09-04-2010, 12:36 PM
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    IT SURE WOULD BE A GREAT MACHINE WHN YU GET IT GOING
    I HAVE A DRESSMAKER BUT ITS BLUE N IT SEWS GREAT,IT TAKES THE FOOT PEDDLE LIKE THIS ONE
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    Old 09-04-2010, 12:37 PM
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    I BET IT HAS THE 1.5 motor or near that
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    This is one I have never seen.
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    Old 09-04-2010, 02:26 PM
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    Well , I haven't had much luck finding info on this one.
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    AND YU WON'T
    ITS AN OLD ONE N I DON'T REMEMBER WHO MADE THEM
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    UNIVESAL FOOT PEDAL SHOULD WORK
    IT ALL PLUGS INTO AN EXTENSION CORD THEN THE EXTENSION CORD INTO THE WALLINTO THE WALL
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    Originally Posted by PurplePassion
    I was given this machine. It is a Dressmaker, made in Japan. It has 2 cords to plug in. It doesn't have a foot pedal, there are 2 buttons to push for stitching. Has anyone seen one like this before ?
    I have seen several like this one but never played with one yet. As far as the two cords are concerned one would be for the main power and the other should be for the foot control. These machines are wired like the Kenmores are. If I were a betting man I am going to say it was built by Morse , Toyota or possibly Koyu-Seiko.

    Do you have any photos of the underside of the machine and can you tell me what the markings are under it? And if you can show me the connection where the cords go. I can get the parts for this machine really easily and they are not all that expensive.

    I really love the looks of the Japanese machines from the 50's and early 60's!!

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